Skin Type: Combination, Sensitive and Acne Prone
Today?s review is all about Watsons Sunflower Moisturising and Brightening Facial Mask. Read on to know how it fared for me:
Price and Quantity:
59 PHP or 80 INR approx. for 1 sheet.
My Experience with Watsons Sunflower Moisturising and Brightening Facial Mask:
The sheet mask comes in a very cute packaging. All product-related information is printed on the back. Each packet contains one sheet mask. Overall, the packaging is nice and travel friendly. I could not find any flaws with the packaging.
The sheet mask is made of soft cloth. This mask comes folded with a blue-colored sheet. It is very easy to use. Just wash your face and pat dry. Now, open the mask and place the white side of the mask on your skin, smooth the mask to remove any air bubbles. Press gently onto the face and then remove the blue sheet. The mask has regular cut-outs for eyes, nose and lips. The cut-outs are quite big compared to other regular sheet masks, and this one fits on my face well. You have to leave on the mask for quite some time, I prefer keeping it on for 30 minutes approximately, but the mask does not dry out completely within this time. I massage the extra serum left on my face until it’s fully absorbed.
The cloth mask is soft and it is deeply infused in serum. The mask is perfectly moist and the serum does not drip from the mask unlike the Collagen Sheet Mask from Watsons. It is very easy to use and non messy. The mask fits very nicely on the face and does not slip off even if I do my work or move around. This mask has a mild floral fragrance, which is not too bothersome.
The serum left behind gets absorbed into the skin nicely without taking too much effort. It is good for people with combination and oily skin. It does not make my skin oily, does not cause breakouts.
The mask claims to moisturize and brighten up the skin. It moisturized and hydrated my skin nicely. It...