Types of Facial Sheet Mask and Benefits

Sheet masks originated in South Korea, where they’ve been a beauty staple for many years. Sheet masks are the latest beauty craze and these fuss-free masks are effective, easy to use, and packed full of beneficial ingredients such as vitamins, caffeine, and hyaluronic acid, collagen and more.

You and I, are a #sheetmaskjunkie or #sheetmaskcollector whatever you called it, if you tried out all the different sheet masks in the market. Sheet mask are made of fibers, cotton, cellulose, charcoal, bubble, hydrogel or often coconut pulp, these face masks with holes so you can breathe, they are wet, soft and cool. Dripping-out-the-pack, because they are infused with a list of superfoods, sheet masks typically are meant to be worn for 15-20 minutes. The list goes on! With all these different types of sheet mask materials, you’re probably wondering what the difference is, and if there even is a difference! Here to explain, so if you’re interested then just keep reading!

Cotton – Fiber
Cotton – Tencel
Charcoal

Sheet masks are probably the most versatile category of face masks out there. Most other types of face masks are designed for a specific skincare need. For example, clay masks are great for oily skin, Charcoal mask for Combination skin, but not as beneficial for those with dry skin. Cream masks are a hydration boost for normal to dry skin, but not ideal for oily or acne-prone skin. But Sheet masks are suitable for everyone and help to restore much-needed hydration in your skin. However, there are benefits of some ingredients that you can use for each of your skin concerns.

Some sheet masks even allow you to target a specific part of the face or body. Aside from face sheet masks, there are sheet masks for your eyes, nose, lips, hands and feet. In terms of cost, pricing largely depends on the fabric a mask is made with and the type of ingredients. Less expensive masks allow you to try them out and see if they’re right for you without making a big investment.

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September Korean Sheet Mask Haul

Korean face sheet masks are the gateway item into the world of Korean beauty and skincare. Acting as inexpensive mini facials, sheet masks give the skin intense hydration, suppleness, and brightening effects in less than half an hour! Sheet masks can range in functions, materials, and ingredients. However, the majority of sheet masks are typically made for brightening, moisturizing, acne control, pore care or anti-aging effects. Most cotton sheets are soaked in essences containing nourishing active ingredients ranging from tea tree for acne control and ceramide for moisture retention. The essence is kept from evaporating by the sheet mask which locks in all the moisture and protects it from being exposed to the air. With such close contact to the skin, the essence forces the antioxidants and vitamins to penetrate into the skin’s top layer more effectively than if the essence was applied without a protective barrier such as a sheet mask. Sheet masks originated from Japan and South Korea, known for their dedication on cosmetics and skin care. Today, sheet masks are widely popular in Asia as a whole. 

Quick How-To on Sheet masking

  1. Remove mask from the package.
  2. Unfold the sheet mask and place it on your face aligning the holes to your eyes, nose, and mouth. If there is any remaining essence left in the bag, pat the extra essence all over your neck, arms, elbows, knees, etc.
  3. Sit back and relax for 15-25 minutes.
  4. Peel off the mask and discard the sheet mask.
  5. Gently pat the essence into your face for maximum absorption.
  6. Moisturize afterwards to seal in all of the nutrients. But in general, the recommended routine is to cleanse, tone, sheet mask and then moisturize afterwards. 
Short Video how I use sheet mask

Here are some of my tips:

  • Look at your skin: Every face is different! So always pay attention to the condition of your skin and how it is feeling.
  • Look at the product: It may not be the frequency of masking that’s affecting your skin, but the actual mask you are putting on. It is the easiest way to try different masks and find the best ones for you.
  • Look at the environment: Depending on your location, climate, and travel schedule, you may need to decrease or increase your sheet mask frequency.
  •  Remember: do not leave a sheet mask on overnight! 

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