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Sheet Mask Reviews – Part 1

I’ve tried a lot of different sheet masks. I thought I’d do a quick review of each one, but at least break it down into parts so you don’t get bored out of your brain. Here’s the first 5:

Nip & Fab Glycolic Fix Exfoliating Mask

These Nip & Fab glycolic acid sheet masks are £7 or 10 for £25 on their website! I actually found mine in TK Maxx for around £3ish. This makes your skin feel tingly when you first apply it – you might feel slight burning or intense tingling if you have sensitive skin or never used an acid before, so be carerful. This definitely smooths out your skin to an extent, tightens pores & a spot I had lingering disappeared by the next morning. 8/10 – with regular use, these sheet masks would definitely keep your skin clear & exfoliated.

Oh! K Bamboo Water Sheet Mask with Turmeric

These Oh K! masks are usually around £3.50. I love this brand – their packaging is super cute & really stands out! Bamboo water is full of amino acids & turmeric contains anti-oxidants & anti-inflammatories. This felt so hydrating on my skin & really calmed my redness – probably due to the turmeric. It didn’t do anything for my pores or spots though. 7/10 – a nice chill out mask if you don’t want to give your skin a break from any harsh products.

Pixi Vitamin C sheet mask

Vitamin C can neutralise free-radicals & repair damaged skin cells – definitely an essential addition to your routine. I’ve always been a bit hesitant to buy these sheet masks as I was unsure of the results compared to the price. Boots, however, had a sale on last week & I managed to pick up a pack of 3 for £6.67 – bargain! I’m so glad I picked these up. One mask produces amazing, instant results. When I took this mask off, even 3 hours later my skin had this amazing glow to it. If you watched my Dermaplaning video, I personally think my skin is glow as fuck! I’d used one of these masks about an hour before filming! 10/10 – I’d pay full price for these now & use at least 1-2 times per week.

Dr Jart Porecting Sheet mask

I absolutely love Dr Jart products. The brand can be quite pricey, but I always keep an eye out in TK Maxx as you can get these different sheet masks for between £1-4 each! I was so excited to try this one – I’m obsessed with pores. This was a black sheet & it produced bubbles over the 15 minutes of wearing it. You can feel them tickling your skin. When I took this mask off, I was fuming! I didn’t look any different. My pores weren’t any tighter, my skin didn’t look much smoother & I still had some redness. I just put it down to not compatible with my skin. Then I woke up the next morning… I looked in the mirror & something looked different. My pores were practically invisible! It had completely transformed my face visibly! 9/10 – would have to use on the reg for consistent results, but amazing to use the night before an event!

Snail Essence Sheet Mask

This sheet mask is one of those random brands I found in TK Maxx – I’m sure I only paid £3.99 for a pack of 7 of these. Very recently too, so they could still be there! Snail essence is skincare has been around for a while & is widely praised – it’s highly moisturising, brightens dark spots & evens out skin complexion. This sheet mask was one of the most saturated masks I’ve ever used, which is amazing by the way! It was filled with plenty of product. The masks fitted really well on my little pea head too. It really did moisturise my skin & made it feel super smooth afterwards. It didn’t do much for an inflamed spot or my pores, but then I didn’t expect it to. Definitely one of those masks to use when you’ve been using retinols/acids/exfoliators & want a moisturising rest day. 9/10 – can’t complain about the price & plenty of product!

So that’s my first lot of reviews on these sheet masks! Have you tried any of these? I’ve got a whole load more I’m trying out & typing up notes as I go, let me know if there’s a specific one you want to see me review before you buy!

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