Reviewed & Rated: Skinfood Everyday Facial Mask Sheet
I’m not typically one to have a nine-step skincare routine and to follow through with this each and every day. Unsurprisingly, the rise of sheet masks has made me a very happy girl (Psst! Leona and I seem to be in agreement on this front, judging by her inclusion of them in her 5 Products I Will Never, Ever Stop Buying).
I actually picked up these Skinfood sheet masks while I was in Korea—arguably the capital of Asian skincare.
Having done some research beforehand and having tried some of the innisfree sheet masks, I figured I knew what to expect from these ones.
After trying these out, I can safely say that they are "okay" for a basic, inexpensive face mask. They get the job done, you know?
I did notice that the Everyday Orange Facial Mask Sheet did brighten my skin a bit and made some red spots on my face less noticeable.
The Everyday Olive Facial Mask Sheet also did a great job at hydrating my skin.
Truthfully, neither of the results from these really blew me away, but keeping them tucked away in my bathroom cabinet might come in handy for periods when my skin is freaking out.
I will also say that I like these masks a tad better than the innisfree ones that I have tried previously. These had a bit more serum and the shape of the masks were better-fitting.
When I was in Myeondong, they were having a “10+10 for 10” deal on sheet masks at pretty much every store, so I got 20 sheet masks for 10,000 won (or a little less than $10). Despite not being incredibly wowed by these masks, I will definitely be repurchasing these on my next excursion to Korea since they were so cheap.
At A Glance:
Cons: Quality, Fit
Overall rating: 5.5/10
You can buy a similar packet of Skinfood masks here on Amazon. If you do, snap a shot of you testing them out and share them with me by including #TestWithLove somewhere in your Twitter/Instagram posts. Because I genuinely appreciate funny face mask photos and I am not ashamed.