With winter here and in full force, your skin needs a little extra love and care. So I’ve decided to try one of the FaceShop’s Moisturizing MasCream Intense sheets to see if it could help bring your skin back to life this winter.
Essence: 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟
Fit: 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟
Fabric: 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟
Packaging: 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟
Overall: 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟
Essence: The MasCream Intense sheet doesn’t actually use an essence, instead the sheet mask is coated with a cream, to give you that extra hydration. The nice this about this is that not a single drop was wasted. The actual mask is covered by a film on both the front and the back to keep everything together.
Fit: Because this mask is split into 2 pieces (a top and a lower half) I found the fit to be amazing. It wasn’t 100% perfect though as neither top nor bottom half had any slits for the curve of the forehead and chin. Though it’s still probably the best fit I’ve ever had from a mask as of yet. The fact that it was a cream instead of an essence also played into the fit as I found it stayed stuck to my face much better than other masks because it wasn’t as slippery.
Fabric: The fabric was very soft and you could tell it really had a good amount of cream on it. This was possibly the first time I’ve noticed a clear difference between the two sides of the mask, with the proper side being much softer.
Packaging: As previously mentioned, the mask itself is encased in 2 different films, keeping the cream contained in the mask. The downside to these films is it made it a little more difficult to place, as the mask tends to move a little while you’re trying to peal the second film off. The outer package is simple, yet there’s a clear emphasis on the fact that this is a cream based mask and it really manages to catch your eye.
Overall: I loved this mask. Both the great fit of the 2 different parts to the mask and how moisturizing it was. It’s definitely not a mask for all the time though. Because the mask was created for such intense moisturizing, if your skin was already fairly moisturized it would over moisturize and leave your skin oily. It’s a great treat for the skin in harsh Canadian winters, and it’s easily worth the couple extra bucks.