Hello girlies, I haven’t been blogging for a few days. Well, school work has been a pain in the butt. For the past few days, I’ve been busy with 2 presentations and mugging for a test paper which ended yesterday. Nope, I’m not done with school work yet, in fact I’ve about 5 or 6 assignments waiting for me to finish them.
That’s life isn’t it? Stressful and all.
In the midst of my busy period, I underwent my 14 days of face diet again. Sometimes less is really more. Taking a break from my beauty products on certain days proved to make them work even better for me and my skin is loving and thanking me for that.
So, during these 14 days of face diet, 2 days were gone into Intensive Whitening and 2 days into Anti-Aging. And I chose Benico 3D Masks to help me with my objectives.
Benico 3D sheet Masks are formulated with different skin-friendly natural extracts to meet different needs and also efficiently delivering core nutrients to the deepest part of your skin to thoroughly moisturise, promoting resilience and vitality.
It is available in 6 varieties: Anti-Wrinkle, Anti-Aging, Whtening, Soothing and Skin Elasticity.
Some of their common ingredients are:
Dipotassium Glycyrrhizinate: prevent acne and outbreaks
Vitamin E & Collagen: Smoother, supple skin
Hamamelis Extract: Tighten Pores and Skin
I was given Bulgarian Rose (Whitening)
and Rice (Anti-Wrinkle).
An interesting fact of these mask sheets is that some are meant to use as a HOT MASK and some as COLD MASK!
The whitening mask given to me is meant to be used a cold mask. I chilled it in my refrigerator for 5 mintues before applying it to my skin.
The Anti-Wrinkle Mask, however, is meant to be used as a Hot Mask. I soaked the sealed packet in a bowl of water (about 40 Degree Celsius) for 5 minutes before applying it.
The cold mask is refreshing while the hot mask is relaxing! The experiences were rather fun I’d say.
Here’s how I felt after using the mask:
It is said that the mask is made of 100% Pulp Fabric and tailored with a specialised 3D cutting to enable the mask to adhere closely to my skin. Though it is soft on my skin, I’m not quite enjoying it as it is rather huge on my face. And I simply find the “3D effect” weird and doesn’t really adhere to my skin closely. Both masks were torn in some ways or another.
I like the whitening effect and I look refreshing after doing the masks. The essence left on my skin were a little too much so I had to blot them away with a tissue and massage the remaining onto my skin. Finish off with my usual moisturiser and I’m off to lala land. 🙂
$2.90 per piece.
Watsons outlets islandwide.
Lastly, if you are equally busy like me. Take 10 and do a relaxing mask. Look bright and refresh even during your low sleep period.