More skincare for you today. I do love a good sheet mask.
The three individual sheets masks can be purchased from the Soda website (see here) as well as from Beauty Bay (here). It seems they are no longer sold as a bundle though Beauty Bay currently have an offer on Soda with these as a gift. Keep a close watch on the bundles section on the Soda website. Individually the masks retail for £1.75 each.
The packaging is pretty much the industry standard. The masks come in pastel coloured, sealed pouches with a design to highlight the key ingredient used for each one. All product information including the ingredients list and directions of use can be found on the back of each pouch. The pouches are easy to open with a tear tab at the bottom but it gets a little messy getting the mask out.
This bundle contains three masks: one brightening and two moisturising. Each one contains Vitamin B3 to enhance collagen production and elasticity but key ingredients are different. The Milk Essence mask contains a blend of milk essence for brightening and argan oil to soften and nourish the skin. The Sakura mask contains Japanese Sakura flower (cherry blossom) extract and wild rose extract to soothe and moisturise the skin. The Hyaluronic acid mask contains (you guessed it) hyaluronic acid for hydration and and argan oil. All three masks are cruelty free, sulphate free and paraben free.
So far, I’ve tried 2 out of the three though I’m not sure what to make of them. The masks smells gorgeous and are a good size making them suitable for all. Being one size fits all, I had to cut them on the nose and upper lip for a better fit which was pretty easy to do. Not going to lie, there’s so much serum on these masks it’s ridiculous. I literally had to give each one a squeeze so they weren’t so saturated otherwise there’d have been an even bigger mess.
The serum took some time to fully absorb into the skin leaving it a bit tacky at first. I did have to wipe some of the serum away too; there was just so much of it. Both serums felt quite heavy on the skin even after fully absorbing. After use my skin did look brighter and more hydrated though there was a greasiness left behind. They might not be best suited for those with an oily complexion like myself.
Overall, a mixed bag from the Soda Face Mask bundle. They do what they say on the packet but they’re just a little heavy on the skin for my liking. There’s so much serum it’s hard to know what to do with it all. Most I had to squeeze out of the mask and I had to wipe some off my skin too. However, my skin did feel more hydrated after use and looked brighter too.
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