Rachel Tried Our Featured Masks Of The Month - and This Is How She Feels

Rachel Tried Our Featured Masks Of The Month - and This Is How She Feels
Thursday, December 21, 2017

With combi-oily skin, Rachel shares on what type of mask suits her skin type best!

Shu Uemura Sakura Rose Petal Mask

This was the only gel-textured mask of the given few and gel-type masks are my favourite for hydration because I always feel that cream is too rich for my skin.

Although the mask feels very light but surprisingly left my skin texture feeling and looking noticeably softer right after use which I felt was really good to prep the skin for makeup.

It's also recommended for sensitive skin and I can see why - my skin has some redness but it went away after a few uses. A 5-10 minute hydrating mask that's as effective as this is definitely worth buying and keeping as a moisture mask for weekly use.

Retailing at $80.00 (100mg) | Rating: 4/5 Stars | Find Out More

Origins Drink Up™ Intensive Overnight Mask To Quench Skin's Thirst

First off, I really like the packaging this mask comes in. It's sold as pictured which means it's a small amount that's perfect if you're unsure if it will suit your skin. I'm very particular about any moisturising kind of masks because a break out tends to happen (I believe) when you use a hydrating mask on skin that isn't clean.

The second surprising thing was that there was at least a two time use for this 10ml pack! I tried it on a 7 hour sleep and I woke up to skin that felt noticeably more supple. However, because I have combi-oily skin I only used a thin layer, and judging from the texture, I expect it to be uncomfortably heavy to sleep with if I were to apply a thicker layer. Would recommend this for travel to colder, drier places or for very dry skin!

Retailing at $5 (10ml pod) | Rating: 3.5/5 Stars | Find Out More

Clelit Milky Flower Mask Pack

I'm usually not into sheet masks much because I feel it doesn't absorb into your skin as well but this Milk Flower Mask Pack piqued my interest because there's milk in it and I love any milky products for the skin whether it be face or body.

The sweet floral scent felt relaxing to breathe in (don't you hate it when the mask is a little stinky but good for that skin and you have to breathe it in for however long it's on you!?) and I like that it didn't dry up quickly like most sheet masks I've tried do. It left my skin supple and glowy. I like this and would recommend use once a week.

Retailing at $129.99 (50 pieces) | Rating: 4/5 Stars | Find Out More
Note: You can redeem Clelit Milky Flower Mask (1 piece) at Sample Store!

Half Moon Eyes Pink Fruity Wash Off Mask

This is a wash off mask that's supposed to eliminate sebum and other impurities from the pores while tightening and smoothing the skin. I tried it as the first mask out of the other three (excluding the overnight mask) to try and 'clean' my face before hydrating it.

It smells really good to me because I like fruity scents and I also like that it comes in a convenient 10g packaging which could also be used twice.

It left a tingling sensation upon use and result wise, I would say it made my skin look brighter and feeling slightly tighter but I'd say it didn't do much for cleaning the skin.

Retailing at $12.87 (3 x Pink Fruity) | Rating: 3/5 Stars | Find Out More
Note: You can redeem Half Moon Eyes Pink Fruity at Sample Store!

Keen to try the masks that are featured here, stay tuned for our giveaway that is coming up soon!