Monthly Mask Review: Facetory Take Three

“Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps the singing bird will come”

– Chinese Proverb

Hello my lovelies!

It is time for month three of the Facetory mask subscription box review. I am happy to say that I am still enjoying my monthly influx of masks and genuinely feel like my skin has improved so much with the regular use. After three months, I have only had one mask not work out for me, and those are the kind of odds I like when it comes to receiving randomly curated products.

Let’s Get Started:

Facetory Ace That Face Collagen Mask –

If your skin is feeling extra thirsty or sallow, this mask will pick up the slack. Featuring hydrolized collagen and mushroom extract, both moisturizing and anti-aging ingredients, this mask will bring a lot of life back into your complexion that we so commonly miss out on during the winter months.

Medius Ampoule Synergy Mask Moisture Plus –

This two step mask is meant to exfoliate and hydrate the skin for a brighter and smoother look. The first step is an essence pad containing grapefruit extract, which is full of vitamin C for glow. The second step is a hyaluronic acid sheet mask, an incredibly strong humectant that can hold massive amounts of water to keep skin plump and supple. Despite this masks’ massive amount of hydrating properties, you wont have any problems getting this mask to absorb nicely into the skin, making you look like you just left a professional facial.

Lapcos Skin First Oil Wrap Mask Chamomile –

I was initially afraid of this mask being so oil heavy, but as it contains jojoba oil and chamomile oil, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory ingredients respectively, this makes this sheet mask oily people friendly. While it was definitely a heavier mask much more suitable for bedtime, my skin looked completely tomato face free and felt incredibly smooth, and the jojoba oil really did help with some active breakouts I was struggling with at the time. Do not be afraid of this mask, it really will do you a solid.

Dr. Althea Herb Therapy Velvet Mask –

Yet another hyaluronic acid powerhouse sheet mask, this product also contains ceramides, making this your one stop shop for hydrated and luminous skin. Because this mask does have an herb base, I found that the sheet had a slightly earthy scent to it, but this was not an overly powerful scent and disappeared once I applied the mask onto my face. If you are ultra sensitive to scents be warned, but I otherwise enjoyed this mask and was more than able to get past the slight scent.

23 Years Old Cocktail Velvet Petit Mask –

A youth enhancing sheet mask, this one contains niacinamides, which improves the appearance of pores and uneven skin tone, and glutathione, an antioxidant that lightens residual dark spots and provides anti-aging benefits. Of course, this mask is no miracle worker and will not make my hyperpigmentation vanish after one use, but after allowing my skin to absorb the essence from this mask and going to sleep, I did notice my complexion looked slightly brighter and my hyperpigmentation had lessened in appearance, if only just for that day. I may be younger than the brand that made this mask, but I definitely felt like a little cherub after using this product.

Miss Yong Real Secret Nude Quick Moisturizing Wasabi Mask –

This mask is both moisture boosting and breakout reducing. Containing wasabia japonica root extract, an antioxidant and antimicrobial property that fights free radicals, and tea tree extract, a popular antiseptic that fights acne, this mask is meant to hydrate, protect, and heal. Out of all the masks in this months box, I feel that this one was my least favorite, and I say that with a tiny little asterisk. I still very much enjoyed this mask and found that it did help in many ways, but unfortunately, tea tree and I do not always get along, and I did find that to be a slight issue when using this mask, but overall, my fight with tea tree was not enough for me to toss this mask on the back burner.

Goo Tao Beaute L’Affair Panda Mask –

Definitely the drippiest mask out of this bunch, this mask is a moisture surge for your skin. Containing sodium hyaluronate to fight breakouts, benefit aging skin and moisturize, this mask is essentially a drink of water for parched skin. The sheet mask also contains licorice root extract, a brightening and skin balancing natural ingredient. If your skin is feeling absolutely parched and in desperate need of some moisture, this soaked extravaganza is definitely going to be up your alley.

That’s all I have for you guys today. Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe, it really helps me out. Also don’t forget to have a marvelous Monday!

Stay beautiful!

Disclaimer: I will never edit my pictures in a way that misrepresents my natural

weight and body type. Some Links may be affiliate links. All opinions are my own

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