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One For The Sheet Mask Addicts

One For The Sheet Mask Addicts | FaceTory || The Glam Surge
Oh sheet masks. I feel like they're one of my favourite things when it comes to skincare, but unfortunately I don't get to wear them much...probably due to laziness. My love for sheet masks sparked only this year with Naruko's sheet masks stealing my heart. After that, I went on a rampage and now have quite a few in my stash waiting to be used.

Well, a few weeks ago, four new ones were added to my stash courtesy of FaceTory. If you haven't heard of them before, here's the rundown: they're a monthly subscription service of Korean sheet masks. They have two different plans - the FOUR-ever FRESH box ($5.95/mo) that comes with 4 masks or the SEVEN LUX box ($15.95/mo) that comes with 7. I was kindly sent their Breast Cancer Awareness Four-Ever Fresh Kit*. This box is still available, however if you don't want to try them all and just certain ones that I mention catch your interest, they do sell these masks separately on their website. Now let's see how the masks worked out for me.. 

One For The Sheet Mask Addicts | FaceTory || The Glam Surge
PACKage Sweet Dream Sleeping Mask* | When I opened this, I was a bit put off as the essence in this was kind of thick..like expired milk type of thick. I was worried that it may have been because I left it by my window and maybe the heat from the sun might have messed it up, but afterwards I didn't think that was the case 'cause as soon as I rubbed it into the skin a bit, it acted like a cream. The essence is packed with lavender, shea butter, and jojoba oil. This one has more of a lavender scent to it, which to be honest I'm not the biggest fan of. Despite that, I can't deny that it felt really good on the skin and moisturized it well. 

Epona Only Jeju Marine Plants Mask* | I had enjoyed this mask more than the previous mask. This mask's essence contains the natural ingredients of both seaweed and kelp extracts from the Jeju waters. It's a mask inspired by the Roman goddess, Epona, who was the prime symbol of prosperity and fertility. I loved this mask. The next day I noticed a difference in my skin. My skin looked clearer, less red, and if I wanted to, I probably could have skipped foundation for the day. I'm a fan. 

D'Mask Rose Water Revital Mask* | As soon as I pulled this out of the packaging, I immediately took note of how serum-y this was. The whole mask was soaked that I even had a bit of trouble unraveling the mask. The essence in this mask is made of 82% rose water, which explains why it was so goo-ey. I love anything rose-scented, but to an extent. I hate when something smells waaaaay too overpowering; luckily, this one only had a light rose scent to it. As soon as I got this onto my face, it felt super cooling and I was quickly relaxed. Such a nice treat after a long shift at work. 

Beyond Intensive Ampoule Collagen Mask* | I saved this mask for last, but to be real, this was the one I was most excited to try. On the little summary of masks included in the package, this was said to be like using a full bottle of ampoule loaded with collagen for your entire face. With me not getting any younger, I really appreciated this. Although I'm sure I wasn't going to see any big changes in my skin with one use, I really did appreciate that this moisturized my face and felt really soothing on.

If you're a sheet mask addict, you're going to want to try this subscription service. More so if you're a K-beauty fan. If you're interested, you can get 20% off your first box or kit using my code "NICOLEMERZA20". Find them over at www.facetory.com.

Products marked with a (*) were sent to me for consideration. All opinions are my own. 

What are your favourite sheet masks?

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