Where to start? Sheet masks of course. Sheet masks are described a couple of different ways; “the Gateway Drug to Asian Beauty”, and “the Poor Girls Facial.” Whatever your reason, it’s a great item to add to your skincare ritual. Sheet masks are typically cotton or fiber sheets cut to fit your face with holes for your mouth and eyes. They come individually packaged . In the package they are drenched with serums or vitamins. Generally, the purpose of the mask is for hydration and/or reducing fine lines. I can’t begin to tell you how good they feel or how relaxing the experience is.
How to use a sheet mask:
- Cleanse your face
- Open the sheet mask and unfold it.
- Lay back and place the mask on your face. Relax for 30-60 minutes depending on the mask.
- Remove the mask. Pat into your face any of the serum that didn’t absorb into your skin.
- Apply face and eye cream
Are you ready to buy? There are a number of Asian sites with a large variety of sheet masks and at a great price. I’ve bought them as cheap as $.70 with a sale.
You don’t want to wait and are willing to pay a bit more? You might be shocked with these 2 places… http://www.urbanoutfitters.com (I bought Tony Moly at $4 a piece) http://www.walmart.com (My Beauty Diary box of 10 for $13.75).
Want a a sheet mask right now. Sephora (Sephora brand $6, Dr.Jart $9)