Battle of the Sheet Masks
What it says it does: It's a firming, collagen enriched mask that encourages elasticity and is bursting with Vitamin E.
What it actually does: Not much. I mean if you soak your faces with goodness for 15-20 minutes it'll look glowy for a bit. But, as far as lasting results– meaning after an hour or so– there is really no difference at all and definitely not worth my 15-20 minutes. I've heard a lot of great things about Silk Whitia Masks though, so I won't give up on them and will definitely try their other formulas.
What it says it does: Pomegranate extract help the skin absorb collagen elements more easily. It's also effective in removing keratin on skin.
What it actually does: Amazing. I really like this mask. I could feel it working on my skin and after taking it off, my skin was glowy and supple for days! My husband even said that he noticed a difference– this is major people.
Charles Elite Facial Brilliant Mask
What it says it does: According to the package, it is a brightening and tightening mask. I don't know much about the brand and can't find any information on the web about it. However, my aunt in Taiwan swears by this mask and gave me a few as a gift.
What it actually does: It's ok. It's packed with ginseng extract which is suppose to be amazing for skin- tones, revitalizes, balances oil production. However, I didn't see much of that after using the mask. I'll continue to use it since the ingredients are stellar and I have faith it'll work with continued use. But for now, it's just ok.
What it says it does: It's suppose to help refine enlarged pores by regenerating skin cells and promoting better circulation.
What it actually does: This mask works. Like the Tony Moly Mask, I can feel it working on my face which I love. After leaving it on for 15 minutes, my skin felt hydrated and less congested. That's all I can ask for in a sheet mask!
Leave a comment if you have any questions and I will get back to you!