Yay! It’s day eight of my Sheet Mask Marathon! This is the last day of the featured sheet masks! I hope you enjoyed seeing different types and textures of masks and maybe even placed some orders of your own to try. Tomorrow wraps up the marathon and also features a fun surprise so I hope you’ll stay tuned! If you need to catch up, you can check out the intro here. After that, see the other days:
Day 1 (featuring Etude House Tea Tree),
Day 2 (featuring Nature Republic Snail),
Day 3 (featuring Mediheal WHP Charcoal and Mineral),
Day 4 (featuring Vandeo Marine Algae),
Day 5 (featuring My Beauty Diary Diamond & Caviar),
Day 6 (featuring Freeset Donkey Milk Healing),
and Day 7 (featuring Annie’s Way Seaweed).
Day 8 is all about Skin Factory’s Real Honey Moisturizing Ampoule Mask. Honey has been known as an anti-inflammatory and to help with infection, making it great for acne sufferers (like me). This is my first Skin Factory product but they claim to be “the #1 humanist brand” because they use the “best ingredients”. They also have a “five-free” line which is free of colorants, parabens, pigments, ethanol, and mineral oil.
I’ve been planning this week for quite some time and I’m so excited that it’s finally here! I feel like sheet masks are all so similar to each other that I don’t feel that a bunch of individual reviews are necessary. That’s why I hardly ever review just sheet masks, but they deserve their time in the limelight. It was after this thought that my Sheet Mask Marathon was born and I decided to devote a week to sheet masks! I’ll be looking at just a few types of sheet masks, brands, and ingredients.
Photo courtesy of Charlotte Cho’s The Klog
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