[Sponsored] efacemasks.com Kracie Hadabisei CQ10 Facial Sheet Mask Review2:20 PM
Today I am sharing a facial sheet mask review with you all. It seems like ages since I last reviewed one of these.
Lately, I have not been loving my skin. I keep getting these random dry patches and feel like my skin did not look and feel as youthful as it used to. It might also be the fact that my sister told me that people with dry skin tend to not age as well as those with oily skin, and I guess that mentality was stuck in my head. I started to notice wrinkles around my eyes and even crows-feet! I also felt like my cheeks were not as firm as my sister's whom is only a year and a half younger than me. I felt old even though I'm just 21!
Anyway, enough of my rambling. So because of all of that, I decided that I'll try one of the masks that I received from efacemask a while ago. It's the Japanese brand mask, Kracie Hadabisei CQ10 Facial Sheet Mask, that emphasizes on firming.
When I first opened the package, I noticed that the mask was different than the previous ones that I have tried. This sheet mask has a waffle texture similar to paper towels. I also noticed that the serum looked milky and lotion-y and soaked the sheet mask. I didn't take a before picture because it was really wet and hard to grip without laying on something. Pictured below is the mask after I used it.
Below is how it looked on my face. Sorry if it looks scary haha. As you can see, the sheet mask is seriously soaked with this milky, lotion-y serum; I even accidentally got some on my hair.
This is the description on the site:
"Get toned, all over! Your face can get an instant work out when you apply the Kracie Hadabisei CQ10 Facial Sheet Mask. The rejuvenating, firming mask luxuriously conditions your skin.