There are two things that have been taking the skincare world by storm, Korean skincare and sheet masks. So when I came across a product that incorporates both in Sephora before Christmas, I snapped it up without a second thought.
I am really becoming a sheet mask convert. They’re quick, easy, relatively mess free and usually pack a real punch with their impressive formulas. The first one to impress me has been the Dr. Jart+ Water Replenishment cotton sheet mask.
This ultra hydrating hypoallergenic mask claims to be good for redness, fine lines and dryness. It contains hydrating marine collagen, purifying chamomile flower water and cactus flower extract that helps lock in the moisture that the mask injects into your skin. Witch hazel and allantoin also provide a cooling sensation that promises to provide continuous moisture and for $7.50, I think it’s worth picking up if you get the chance.
The cotton mask itself is good quality and seems to be relatively durable. I was a little heavy handed when I took the mask from the pack and it remained in tact. The mask is extremely moist and there is a fair amount of serum left behind in the pack when you remove the mask.
The moment I placed this mask on my face, I felt an instant cooling sensation which felt extremely soothing on my skin. There also isn’t much of a scent on the mask which I like. Because the mask is so moist, it can move around a bit on the face, so I would recommend lying down for a chill out once you put this one on.
I left this mask on for a little longer than the recommended 15-20 minutes (okay I left it on for double the recommended time), but when I gently peeled the mask away, my skin looked really plump and soothed. Because the mask is so drenched in the serum, there was still a fair residue of serum left behind on my skin, so I simply massaged that in for an additional boost.
I wil definitely repurchase this mask when I’m doing another Sephora order as I think it is a good one to have on stand by. Personally, I think this mask would be fantastic to bring away on holiday to really hydrate, cool and soothe the skin after a long day in the sun.
What sheet masks have you all tried?
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