Was greeted by a lovely box of 5 pcs of mask of Lovemore Japan Soymilk Enzyme Moisturizing and Soothing Mask when I got home from work the other day. I have combination skin type which main problem rests upon the oily T-zone that targets the forehead, nose and chin. However, more often than not, the rest of your face e.g. cheeks tend to be drier as well. Hence, whenever I’m on the look out for skin care products, I often source for moisturising and hydrating products. This is important because having to stay in an air-conditioned room (at work) almost the whole day and sometimes, at night, our skin tends to get drier and moisture from our skin gets ‘sucked’ up. Thus, in addition to adequate hydration of fluid intake, we must hydrate our skin on the outside as well.
This is my first experience using Lovemore masks and although the effects produced are quite acceptable, I am not very pleased with the quality of their mask.
1. The mask is dripping wet. Yes, it might imply that Lovemore doesn’t compromise on their amount of essence but dripping wet? It’s extremely troublesome and messy. I had a difficult time trying to snap good quality pics while the masks drips on like nobody’s business.
2. I tore the mask within 5 secs when I got hold of it. The mask quality, in my opinion, is rather poor, although their descriptions seem rather awesome. Comparing to other masks such as My Beauty Diary, Sexylook and Leaders InSolution, Lovemore’s masks are of the least quality I’ve come across. 😦 Or maybe it’s just me, I’m just not gentle enough 😦
3. It doesn’t fit well on my face, but I can’t blame them because I have a long sharp almond-like face shape. But well, the overlappings of the mask was quite significant. Or perhaps I’ve lost weight, HAHA.
Extremely soaked in essence…
The mask tears easily… 😦
As you can see, the mask didn’t fit well 😦
The aftermath was great. The immediate effect that was obvious was the instant brightening results the mask produced! This somehow surprised me because whitening and brightening isn’t one of the functions of this mask but yet it managed to! I reckon it might somehow be due to the Vitamin C ingredient 🙂 I massaged the remaining essence in the packet onto my face for 2 mins or so and the essence subsequently was absorbed into my face. It didn’t leave any sticky feeling! Plus, I waited for awhile about 2 mins as well to apply my moisturiser. I’m currently using the Kose Supreme Sekkisei’s moisturiser I.
Woke up this morning to a more soft supple skin and it was well-hydrated. Skin feels more plumped as well. So not so bad for a start, except that Lovemore should focus more on their quality of masks. It would be perfect if they are as fantastic as the rest of the competitiors 🙂 Even the cotton mask from Sexylook didn’t tear that easily compared to Lovemore!
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