The beauty of Sheet Masks

Looking for that youthful glow this summer?  Check out these sheet face masks to keep in your beauty arsenal.

Here’s the latest travel friendly way to get that luminous skin you have always wanted this summer.

Sheet Masks is the latest rage in the beauty scene.  Most Asian ladies have been using these fun masks for years; we finally caught on.


SKII

Costs between $52.00 for a six-pack to $135.00 for ten.

After 20 minutes you remove the mask and your skin is sparkly as well as hydrated with an immediate youthful glow.  The price is steep for the temporary hydration, but it works.

I have used the SKII for a couple of years now.  It’s one of my favorites when I want to splurge.  It’s excellent when you are on a red-eye flight.  No worries on looking crazy because most passengers are sleeping.  The pay off is silky newly rested face.

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It costs $68.00 for a six-pack.  It has real colloidal gold, which can help diminish fine lines and wrinkles. Another ingredient added is Hylaluronic Acid, which helps the skin restore to its youthful appearance.  18 neuropeptides and peptides work to help send signals to the skin to activate anti-aging appearance of deep wrinkles and expression lines.

I tried a six-pack and it made my skin super dewy with beams of light.


LuluLun Sheet mask from Japan 

Costs $7.00 for five sheets, or $23.00 for forty-two sheets.

It hydrates dry and tired skin.  It smooths out fine lines and wrinkles along with hydration.

It’s my least favorite because it dries out fast leaving you wanting more moisture. The price is great, but you are better off spending a little more and seeing results.

The ladies in Asia usually use these masks 3-5 days a week. Perhaps, their porcelain skin is attributed to their diet, lifestyle and the use of parasols on sunny and cloudy days.

Feel free to share any of your favorite sheet masks stories!

Happy masking!

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