$6 Hydrating Sheet Mask Review | SEPHORA

During winter, our skin can become a little dull. That is why I decided to try out the soothing hydra solution sheet mask from Sephora. It claims to be “a cellulose sheet mask that hydrates, soothes, and calms the sensitive irritation of the dehydrated skin.”  

My first time shopping in Sephora at Melbourne Central was so exciting! I saw makeup palettes and skincare lines that aren’t in other Melbourne stores. However, it was the sheet masks that caught my eye.

In Australia $6 for a mask is not a bad price so I picked up two sheet masks, the hydrating one and a clearing solution mask as well. Which was also amazing! However, I find my skin is more dry during winter and that’s why I gravitated toward the hydrating sheet mask.

Application

I like to shower, use a toner on my skin and then place the mask on for 20-30 minutes. Once I feel it’s fully absorbed into the skin, I take it off and rub any excess product into my face and neck

Verdict

I noticed It helped calm some slight eczema that was appearing due to the colder weather and really brightened my skin as well. I would definietly recommend this product to help hydrate your skin, especially during winter!

What it is formulated to do:
Made of fine cellulose fiber, the lightweight, transparent mask allows pores to fully absorb essential nutrients and moisturizing ingredients for an ultimate hydration therapy.

It immediately soothes skin stress and prevents hydration loss. The comforting complex derived from botanical extracts—including aloe vera and phytoncides—provides instant cooling moisturization with anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties to help calm.

While they may have Kylie’s approval I wont be doing one every day for $6 a pop. However, I’ll definietly be picking up some more and popping one on when my skin is feeling dry and dull. They’re perfect for a hyrdration pick me up during the winter time!

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