Day 6, can you believe it?
If you’ve been following along over the last few days then you are definitely up to date on the array of Sheet Masks that I’ve tried so far. If not, here’s a link to Week One of The 7 Day Mask Challenge.
I’ve got to be front when I say that I have enjoyed the first half of this challenge much more than the second half so far, as a result of my mask choices. Nonetheless I’m a man of commitment so will see the schedule that I proposed right through until its end.
Last night I dabbled with a Sheet Mask featuring Pearl as an ingredient, something I hadn’t tried before. Even though its a product of one of my lesser favourite brands I picked it up to put its claims to the test.
Let’s chat a little about those claims made by the…
The mask itself is quite inexpensive and serves as a nice filler treatment for those of us with elaborate skincare routines, but it’s not something I would count on for extreme results. I would also suggest it for any skin type, but would not use it frequently with oilier skin condotions.
- This mask contains Pearl Extract (Hydrolyzed Pearl) full of Amino Acids and Minerals, brightening up dull skin for a clear and bright complexion.
I’ve mentioned previously that I’m not a huge fan of the sheets used by Etude House in their masks because they allow the product to run creating a mess, and a slight bit of discomfort. Regardless I sat with the mask on for 15 minutes and allowed the Hydrolyzed Pearl to manage my complexion as it said it would. The mask itself was refreshing and had a light cooling to it which I enjoy after a day of running about.
Once I removed the mask I definitely noticed a great amount of the essence still sitting on my skin, so I pat it in. Following that once the product dried in I felt a great deal of hydration and moisture handed back to my skin from the essence containing the Hydrolyzed Pearl. All in all, a decent complexion boost for under $2.00 CAD.
Would I recommend this mask?
Yeah I could definitely suggest it to a few people but keeping in mind that it’s really a nice filler treatment for a light complexion boost, it’s not a heavy targeted treatment by any means.
Would I use it again?
I wouldn’t make it my first choice when shopping for Sheet Masks, but I may give it a shot again in the future.
Overall I give the Etude House Pearl Mask a 2/5 for Sheet Masks.
Well that brings me to the end of my Day 6 post with anticipation for the final night of The 7 Day Mask Challenge featuring another new-try from Innisfree, that I’ve had my eye on for a while.
Check back tomorrow for my final post from Week One of the challenge and a follow-up recap before I head into Week Two, Professional Masks.