It’s pretty rare, but today I decided to tell you about a product that did not convince me. Today we talk about Sephora face mask reviews.
When Sephora launched these cloth masks, I was immediately conquered by the idea … but that was without having tested them.
Sephora Face Mask Reviews
Well, let’s go right back to the heart of the matter. As the name suggests, it is a cloth mask moistened with moisturizer for it. There are also 7 others with different properties.
Like all masks, it is recommended to use it on a clean and dry skin and if possible after using a scrub (for my part, I use the powder of Sephora that I love very much, I mention just here).
For the application, nothing is simpler, just take it out of its packaging, unfold it gently so as not to tear the fabric, and lay it on your face. The mask is already pre-cut; I must admit that the pose is quite simple. Be careful, take your precautions and unfold it over your sink as it drips a little.
It is allowed to sit for 15 minutes, is removed, the excess is penetrated into the skin and is not rinsed.
That way, everything looks perfect … it’s not to mention the mask that hangs badly on the face, which is constantly peeling off and leaving a skin sticky as you like.
I’ve tested it twice, and I’m still not convinced. I notice that my skin is not more hydrated, not softer or brighter, even the next day or two.
And this is what the mask looks like when used and therefore almost dry.
It is a product rather fun to use but that I will not redeem. I have not seen any effect on my skin and for me it is a product without much interest.
Maybe other Sephora fabric masks will satisfy me but for the moment I do not want to test others.