Hello! I know I promised in my last skin care Sunday post that I would be reviewing a different mask for the rest of August, and I obviously failed to keep that promise. I meant to review two different Michael Todd masks, which I will review someday, and three fiber masks from BioRepublic. Well today I am reviewing the three BioRepublic masks, so at least I didn't totally disregard this months plan to review face masks!
I recieved these in an Ipsy bag a few months back. This was my first experience with sheet masks, and I was pleasantly surprised by them!
From BioRepublic's website
'BioRepublic SkinCare is a small team of skincare fanatics based out of Atlanta, USA. Our mission is to create the world's best sheet mask, using only the highest quality natural ingredients and materials. All BioRepublic SkinCare products are formulated without Parabens, Sulfates, or Pthalates and are 100% cruelty-free'
They also offer a money back gaurentee on their products!
A set of three masks is $14.95, a set of 4 is $18.99, and a set of 8 is 35.99. They have 4 different masks, so you can get a package of a mixture, or pick one and get all the same. I got to try out 3 different ones that ipsy sent me.
Also Rescue Revitalizing Fiber Mask. This has vitiman e, aloe Vera extract, and phytocollagen to soothe and hydrate the skin. It also says on the back of the package that it's great for after sun use.
Green Tea Detox Purifying Fiber Mask. This is made with vitiman e, natural green tea extract and plant collagen. This mask has tons of antioxidants and it also helps soothe and reduce belmishes and remove any excess sebum from your face.
Cucumber Breeze Soothing Fiber Mask. Also made with vitiman e, natural cucumber extract, and plant collagen. This mask helps to improve your complexion, tighten pores, and reduce fine lines.
-Since this was my first time using a sheet mask I wasn't sure what to expect. The sheet was pretty comfortable to wear. The product holds it to your face so it stays in place and doesn't slip around.
-All three masks seemed pretty similar to me. I tried the Aloe one first and really liked it. I tried the Green Tea one second, and also liked it a lot and couldn't tell much difference in it. The Cucumber one was last and it seemed similar like I said, but I did notice my skin felt more dry and tight afterwards which is probably due to its tightening pores and reducing line properties.
-I did enjoy these masks but I don't think they didn't anything special for my skin. My face felt nice after I used them but I wouldn't run out any buy these, even though their price is pretty fair.
Overall if you are in the market for a new sheet mask, give these a go! I would be interested in trying out different brands of sheet masks now that I've dipped my toes into them!
Have you tried these before? What are your favorite sheet masks?