Animal Sheet Mask Review
Since I have moved to Minneapolis (celebrating a full week), the change in my skin has been immediate and dramatic. My face feels dry and tight, at a level it never has before. It could be a combination of the cold, wind, and that sweet, sweet lake effect courtesy of Superior.
I turned to my internet friends, and asked if anyone had any product suggestions that were a little more heavy duty than my usual dry skin routine. Several people mentioned animal sheet masks as being adorable and also really helpful. It seemed like a sign when I was in Target picking up dogfood and saw a super cute sheet mask display of Look Beauty Pretty Animalz. I selected the Tiger, because it was for moisture, while Panda was for clarifying.
It looks adorable, and it’s pretty affordable. Mine was on sale for $2.99, but there was a Cartwheel App Coupon for some percentage off too. It’s also easy to unfold, which I always struggle with. The remaining serum was also not sticky either. My skin felt super soft after, and the softness continued for several days.
While super cute, the shape of these masks is a little funky. I couldn’t smile while wearing it because of the strange cut. It never felt like it was really fitting my face. These smell like dentist office. You know that smell. It’s like a strange man has his latex gloved hands in your mouth for the full 20 minutes that you wear this. It also tingles. I’m not calling it burning, but you will feel it. I believe that this is the Witch Hazel that is in the formula (along with Mushroom Extract and Soybeans).
I would probably not get this again. While the facemask worked as well as I had wanted, the scent and the weird cut turn me off of it. There are so many sheet masks available, that I would rather experiment some more to find something that I really, really love.
On that note, I need some more suggestions! Leave your favorite face masks below. :)