It’s no secret that I have a soft spot for Asian Beauty products so when I noticed that online Asian Beauty superstore Sasa were offering free shipping on all orders over $30 I had to place a cheeky order. There’s one particular thing that Sasa are great for and that is face and eye masks. They range in price but start at around 40p – such a bargain and the quality is far superior to their western counterparts. So here’s what I bought:
The Sasatinnie range of masks are brilliant. I’ve tried a few before but this time I’m opting to try the Detoxifying Oil Control mask and the Aqua Boost moisturising mask. These come in sheet form and like a lot of Asian products contain hyaluronic acid and collagen.
I’ve been very stressed recently and it always shows in my eyes so I’m hoping these Biomain eye masks will help me out. One targets stress relief and the other is an anti-wrinkle one. While the last mask in the image is an acne removing mask. I’ve actually already tried the acne removing mask and it works well. The formula does look a lot like tar though and it is a peel off mask which aren’t my favorite as they’re a pain to remove. It did the job though and left my skin looking visibly clearer.
As acne is my main skin care issue I picked up another acne removal mask and this one is by Biomain. The fruity looking mask is an Apple AHA Peeling mask and it is made by Korean company VOV Cosmetics.
As I love sheet masks so much I bought two more from Korean brand Skinlite. I love that these ones actually have description, instructions and ingredients in English. The seaweed one is supposed to lead to firmer skin while the aloe one targets dry skin.
I bought this multipack of plain sheet masks as I’d like to experiment with creating my own face masks and the C&M lip moisturiser has been on my wish list for a while since I’m such a big fan of their eye cream.
So there you have it, those are the products I splurged on and of course you can expect reviews on all of these products in the coming weeks. Have a great Friday!