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Silk Whitia Mask Sheets Review
1) Silk Whitia Whitening Essence Mask
Image courtesy of sasa.com.
This is a paper mask sheet intended for single use only. It is soaked full of essence goodness. This mask is the best sheet mask I've ever tried so far, it fits my face very well, the essence has a sticky texture which helps the mask to adhere on my face perfectly. After 20 minutes, I took it off and rinced my face. Wow, I saw instant brightening effect! My skin felt brighter and my pores seemed to have tightened. I love the immediate result I could see from using this mask, and even next morning after I woke up, my face felt very smooth.
The only downside about this mask is that it is a bit short on my forehead and nose so it doesn't cover completely, but it's a great fit everywhere else on my face, so I am not going to complain.
This mask is LOOOOOVE! I am putting this in my basket for my next order at Sasa. Silk Whitia line also carries a few more different kinds of sheet mask, I want to try them all!
2) Silk Whitia Collagen Eye Mask
Image courtesy of sasa.com.
This is a paper mask for the eye area. Diana (aka Mayaari) told me it looks like a batman mask, hahaha she's right. Unlike the eye masks that I've used before, which are just two tiny moon shaped paper to be placed underneath the eyes, this mask comes in one whole piece and covers all around the eyes. I really like the coverage this mask offers. Like the Whitening Essence mask, this eye mask also adheres to my face perfectly w/out slipping. My eyes felt very comfortable while having the mask on. 20 minutes later, I took off the mask and rinced off the residue around my eyes, and my skin felt so smooth afterwards. I couldn't tell if it had any immediate results at first, but then I looked closely at the bridge of my nose where the edge of the mask was, and I saw this line across my nose. Where the mask covered up for 20 minutes had less visible pores and looked brighter compared to the rest of the nose that wasn't covered! The good thing is this didn't last forever otherwise I'd be going out w/ a two-toned nose :)
Overall, I am very pleased with the Silk Whitia line, and I can't wait to try more of their products! You could purchase Silk Whitia from Sasa.com.
I finish today's post w/ my lip of the day:
Napoleon Perdis Protege Lip Gloss, it looks orange in the tube but comes out a peachy nude color on my lips. It applies smooth, has a minty taste, and is not sticky. I like it so far :)
I am so excited about the SF blogger meet tomorrow!!! :D