Review: Beauty Buffet Green tea and Grape Seed Mask


What does it do: Soothes and protects skin from the damage caused by UV rays and free radicals, as well as reduce the appearance of fine lines and pores. After use, skin appears healthier and more youthful looking*.

How much: Php 49

Instructions: Place mask sheet on cleansed face and press gently onto skin. Leave it on for 15 - 20 minutes so the skin can fully absorb the essence, then remove. Massage the remaining essence gently into skin for optimal results. Daily usage is recommended*

Amount: 23 ml

Watsons sure has a knack for selling very affordable options for beauty products we see in other boutiques. Don't you just love discovering hidden gems there? This time, I've set my eyes on their facial masks.

The first thing I notice about this mask is that it has a very fruity smell. Almost like grape juice or wine. It's quite strong but fades as you leave it on.

The mask itself is SOAKED in the essence. I'm not kidding, it was practically dripping off the mask! And even then, there was still some essence left in the packaging.


Compared to the Etude House masks I've tried, I personally find that this is a much better fit for my face. The nose part isn't too short hehe. Although, I did notice that the material used is a lot thinner than that of the Etude House masks. The mask felt very cooling to the skin while it was on and I experienced no itching.

After I removed  the mask, I noticed that was skin was considerably brighter! My pores didn't miraculously disappear, but they did look a tiny bit smaller and less obvious.


Rating:
Packaging - 5/5
Price - 5/5
Effect - 4/5
Smell - 5/5 
Overall - 4.7/5

Verdict: This is definitely a very affordable face mask worth checking out. While it doesn't do anything extraordinarily amazing for my skin, it sure does give it a little extra boost :)


Will I repurchase?
Yes, for a quick beauty treat :) But after I go through my huge stash of facial masks! Hahaha!





*As per indicated on packaging

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