Last Updated on October 17, 2020 by Ellen Christian
Have you ever tried an Asian sheet mask? I have a thing for Asian beauty products and have wanted to try a sheet mask for quite a while. Unfortunately, none of the stores in my area carry them. I kept meaning to order one online but never got around to it. I was recently offered several to review and was excited to learn how they worked compared to a traditional mask from a tube. A product was provided for this post.
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How to Use an Asian Sheet Mask
When you use a traditional face mask, it generally comes from a tube or a jar and you smooth it on your skin. Asian sheet masks come individually wrapped and are simply unfolded and placed on your face whole. Using a sheet mask allows the ingredients to be better infused into your skin than other types of masks because they prevent evaporation.
Here is how to use an Asian sheet mask:
- Cleanse and tone your skin to remove any makeup and oils.
- Remove the sheet mask from the packet.
- Unfold the mask carefully and place it on your face. Be sure to align the holes with your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Use any extra serum from the package on your neck or decolletage.
- Relax for 20 to 30 minutes as the mask is on your skin. Refer to the package for the correct time.
- Peel the mask off carefully.
- Moisturize your skin.
There are a number of different types of Asian sheet masks, and the type you use will depend on the benefits you’re looking for. Here are a few examples of the types of masks available:
Organic Sea Kelp Facial Mask – Formulated with a 100% real sea kelp mask sheet, each sheet is drenched in a full bottle of fermented sea kelp and bamboo serum. This organic sheet mask adheres to the skin and comes in two pieces for a better fit. Clinically tested for anti-aging, brightening, skin smoothing benefits and 72-hour hydration.
Organic Seeds and Rice Fermented Facial Mask – Formulated with 95% organic ingredients, including Rice & Black Soybean, which are naturally fermented to preserve maximum efficacy. This one of a kind mask relies on a blend of fermented seeds and rice to help re-hydrate and calm dry, depleted skin. It works hard and fast to improve skin’s elasticity and firmness. This gel-type mask reacts to skin temperature in order to deliver the benefits of the natural ingredients most directly to your skin.
Organic Fruits and Tomato Fermented Facial Mask – Formulated with 95% organic ingredients, including Tomato, Apple, Licorice, and Banana, which are naturally fermented to preserve maximum efficacy. This one of a kind Whamisa sheet mask relies on a blend of fermented fruits and tomato to help rehydrate and calm dry, depleted skin.
If you’re looking for something different, I had the chance to try the Soothing & Healing Green Tea Patting Water Pack from Blithe. A new innovation in masks called ‘splash masks’ – add to water, splash onto face and pat in for instantly softer, smoother skin and glowing, supple appearance. A 20-minute mask ritual now condensed into 15 seconds for an at-home spa treatment that fits into any schedule for a natural, quick glow.
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2 thoughts on “How to Use an Asian Sheet Mask”
I cannot say that I have ever heard of an Asian Sheet Mask but it looks interesting. I’m all for anything that helps my skin – as I get older I realize it needs all the help it can get.
I’m really glad I had the chance to try one!
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