Using masks is a brilliant way to bring instant hydration to the skin in just a few minutes. I love using them to revive dull skin when jet lagged, to add moisture to the skin during the winter, and to pamper myself when doing an at-home SPA day. Since it has been a while since I last used masks, I decided to purchase masks I had not used before.
1- Clean& Clear Jelly Eye Sheet Mask ($2.50)
This is my first time using a mask from this brand, and it was the strangest finding. I picked it up from Walmart, and did not expect to find a mask that covers the forehead as well. I was very surprised when using it as it was super cooling, very hydrating, and very comfortable to wear. I regret not picking-up more of this mask, but will definitely purchase it again.
2- Masque Ology Under Eye Gold Gel Mask ($3.00)
This is another one of my favorite under eye masks, if not the best I have ever tried. Each pack contains two sets of under eye masks, and they could each be used twice. I like to leave them in the fridge before using them, since it gives a nice cooling effect that helps de-puff the eyes. Then, I put them back in the fridge to use them again later. The results using this product are magical. My under eye area felt so much smoother and looked very hydrated and bright. I would totally recommend this product and would absolutely use it again.
3- Burt’s Bees Moisturizing Lip Mask ($2.50)
This is the messiest lip mask I have tried in this masks haul. My biggest issue with it is that it was so drenched in oils that they got everywhere, especially the area around my mouth and all over my fingers. It also felt like the oils were just sitting on my lips, and were not absorbed at all. I also did not feel any difference in my lips after using this product. I just have to say that it did not work for me. I read the reviews on this product since I was curious to know about other people’s experiences, and it seemed to have overall good reviews, so it is really about preferences.
4- Sephora Rose Eye Mask ($5.00)
Unlike the other masks, I picked up this mask from Sephora, since I wanted to give fiber masks one last try (before deciding that I just hate them). I did not love this product, and did not hate it, either. I find that fiber masks are overall messier and not as comfortable to use as the gel ones. This product did not really stand out to me, as I did not have an exceptional experience using it. However, posting about this bundle of masks made me realize that drugstore options could be pleasantly surprising, much more efficient, and (most importantly) a lot cheaper.
I would like to hear from you, if you’ve tried any of these masks, or if you have any recommendations. I hope you have enjoyed this post. Don’t hesitate to leave a comment below and don’t forget to follow me for updates, since I constantly try and review different products.