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  • Writer's pictureJade Hiller

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Sheet mask round up

Sadly, none of these masks imbued me with the powers of Loki, but some of them were quite good. Read on to know my thoughts.

Innis free Manuka Honey

There was a gentle honey scent to this mask that was very pleasant. The actual material of the mask was quite sturdy but it fit my face and adhered well. The serum sunk in very quickly. It left my skin wonderfully hydrated and cleared the breakout I had on my forehead.

Would I repurchase? Yes.

Innis free Rice

This mask was more saturated. Again, the serum sunk in extremely fast. It left my skin feeling very soft. I noticed that day that my makeup wore a lot better. I experienced 8+ hours with no caking. Unfortunately, it caused a few spots.

Would I repurchase? No, although I think it would be excellent for less sensitive skin.

Innis free Aloe

This mask had an immediate soothing effect. Like the other Innis masks the serum sunk in immediately. My skin looked visibly fresher and brighter.

Would I repurchase? Yes.

Hello Skin Jumiso Rich-Nourishment sheet mask

Unlike the innis free masks the serum of this mask sat on top of my skin, and I was initially disappointed. However, once the mask was removed my skin felt very soft and looked more hydrated. My makeup also wore better. The mask also cleared some breakouts I had. It also gets bonus points for the cute packaging.

Would I repurchase? Yes.

Garnier Moisture bomb hydrating mask for dehydrated skin

I love the entire range of these masks and buy them all the time. This one is great, it left my skin soft and my makeup applied better. It doesn’t break me out or cause any sensitivity. My second favourite of this line is the lavender one. I also like that they are easy to find in most branches of Boots and Superdrug.

Would I repurchase? Yes.

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