Pure Smile Masquerade Flower Mask Review
Face masks are one of my favorite ways to pamper my skin when I have extra time in the evenings, and I’m a sucker for pretty packaging, so when I saw this Pure Smile Masquerade Face Mask at a Japanese supermarket in Portland, I had to snatch it up. I have seen face masks kind of like this before, but only animal faces or geisha designs like these.
I actually found this mask on Amazon afterwards and realized this is supposed to be a Masquerade mask, I’d thought it was just flowery designs.
It has a faint rose scent, and it’s infused with hyaluronic acid, collagen, and vitamin E. I left it on for 20 minutes like the packaging said (or at least the little bit of English on the package), then massaged in the remaining serum and let it absorb before using moisturizer.
My skin did feel more moisturized than before, and smoother, but nothing radical. For four dollars though, even if it didn’t give me amazing results, I think it was worth it just for fun!
See you later~