It’s hard to believe how recent sheet masks really are to the UK market, but I feel we’ve had enough time with them now to sort out the wheat from the chaff. There are plenty of sheet masks that just lie wetly on your face and don’t really do anything other than the bare minimum of moisturising – they’re super cheap and really not a good example of just what this particular genre of product can do. So, I’m pleased to say the Seoulista masks are towards the higher end in terms of quality. They’re well saturated and problem-solution targeted so it’s very clear which one is going to suit your needs.
Your options are Detox (charcoal), Super Hydration (hyaluronic), Brightening (anti-oxidant) and Correct & Calm (witch hazel). They contain a concentrated serum which should, in theory, give a bit more of a skin boost than than your average. I’m not a wet sheet mask fan but one of the ways to make it a better experience is to warm your sachet on a radiator before you put it on your face. I tried the Brightening Mask and to be honest, I did think my skin looked brighter than before I’d used it, and my skin felt nicely hydrated. The effect is quite fleeting so I’d put these as special occasion use before make up rather than an integration into a regular routine. They’re £7.99 each and you can find them HERE.
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