Sheet masks have not been a “thing” for very long. I’ve been a bit hesitant jumping on the band wagon because something in me questioned whether they were as effective as a mask you scoop out and slather on. Not to mention, most companies selling sheet masks were not on my safe list so I just stuck to what I’ve always done. Fast forward to a few weeks ago when I found out one of my favorite natural skin care/makeup companies had a new line of sheet masks. It was definitely time to give the whole sheet mask thing a go!
100 Percent Pure is a company who’s values line up with mine-100%. I have mainly stuck with their amazing makeup but have tried their eye masks and reviewed them HERE. When I discovered they had a new line of sheet masks-I promptly had to try them out to figure out what all the fuss is about.
100% Pure has 4 different sheet masks.
Each mask has it’s own set of ingredient such as hyaluronic acid, retinol, coQ10, vitamin C, ginseng, green tea, sake enzymes, red wine resveratrol etc. It’s quite the impressive list of natural ingredients.
They come in a sealed easy to open package. The package on the inside is very wet, almost jelly like. Each sheet mask is individually packaged so there’s no chance it will dry out. The mask itself is thin and soft and is actually a sustainable bamboo cloth. The ease of applying this mask is great. You literally unfold and slap it on. No fuss, no muss.
I leave the sheet on for around 20 minutes (looking like a straight up psychopath, see below pic of me trying real hard to look normal) and then throw the sheet away. I don’t wash my skin after. I just apply my night routine as usual-I.E. toner, serum and night oil.
Do you sheet mask? I feel like I’ve been living under a rock, again-kind of like the Poo-Pourri craze. This method of masking is so super easy with no mess and no worry of contamination. My skin feels so smooth and soft afterwards. They plump my skin and give a healthy glow! It’s hard to choose a favorite but I believe it’s the Collagen Boost sheet mask.
I highly recommend these masks. They are $6 each so you can try them all! Don’t forget to grab the eye mask as well. I can’t say enough about how great it is!
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Hi Jenni. I love your blog and do a lot of DIY skin and hair care products also. I have really loved using some of your recipes and value your research. Also, I appreciate your personal witness and my heart and mind resonate with all you say about who God is and how He moves in the world. I have a question about shaving your face. Do you still do this? I have resisted the urge to do this for fear of growing more hair and wondered if, after several years, you still endorse this. I purchased a “No-No” several years ago but it’s pretty ineffective (for my face anyway). Thanks for your help.
Hi Karen! Thank you so much for your kind words!! I really appreciate them. Yes, I still shave my face. I think it’s the best way to remove hair gently from the face. I don’t have very thick facial hair (yet) so it works really well for me. I have had a lot of women write in and say that they do and they love the Tinkle razors. I would try it for sure!
Thanks for your reply. I will follow your lead. I probably have more facial hair than you do and I always worry — what if I’m in an accident and have to be in the hospital for awhile without my beauty tools, or the ability to use them. HAHA! It sounds pretty funny when you write it down, hey?
Nice article. I have always wanted to try a facial mask but did not think they would be very effective. Since reading this article, I will get the product and see how effective it is for my face. I use a good moisturizer at night so I think the mask would complement it very well. The fact that it is easy to use appeals to me.
Nydia-I was the same way but you’ll be surprised how much product is actually on the sheet.
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Are the 100% Pure masks available at stores or just online?