I bought a crap ton of sheet masks in a recent haul across various brands. I love Korean skincare products, so I picked up a lot of sheet masks from Missha’s Pure Source range. Today’s review will be on an Aloe Cell Sheet mask from Missha. Let’s see how it fared for me!
Price: 1-2 USD or 2 Euros. (The price varies a lot for these sheet masks.)
My Experience with Missha Pure Source Aloe Cell Sheet Mask:
Missha Pure Source Aloe Cell Sheet Mask comes in a rather boring packaging. It has a similar packaging to Innisfree sheet masks. It is a white coloured packaging with the main ingredient picture on the front. I picked up several variants from the Pure Source range. The back has all the details in English and in Korean (I think so). The packaging is basic and fuss-free. It is very thin and safe to travel with.
The sheet mask is a thin cotton mask, which is white in colour. The face mask comes soaked in a liquid serum. The serum is slightly thick and sticky. However, the face mask isn’t soaking wet but has a good amount of moisture to it. The mask is big, and hence, I have to make slits for it to fit well on the face.
Aloe Vera is known for its soothing properties, and after a day out in the sun, I needed a calming and soothing mask. This sheet mask calms my skin down and helps in providing a cooling sensation to my skin. I used this mask after letting it in the refrigerator for 15-20 minutes, so this felt amazing on my skin. This face mask does what it claims. It did help with calming and cooling my skin. It also made my skin feel relaxed.
I have been using these masks every 3 days or twice a week because I find it very relaxing and the easiest way to pamper my skin. I wash my face with a face wash and then, use this mask for 30 minutes or until it is semi dry. Then, I take it off and pat the excess serum on my skin and let it be for another 15 minutes. Then after, I wash my face with plain water, no face wash. Then, I apply my night cream and doze off to sleep. Sometimes, I use a toner or aloe vera gel before using the mask. I always keep the mask in my freezer for at least 15 minutes before applying, because there’s nothing better than a cooling face mask after a tiring day of work and travel.
This sheet mask has a pleasant fragrance that doesn’t last longer. There is no irritation when I have this mask on the skin, and it doesn’t fall off from the face as the mask dries. It did not break me out.
These sheet masks give temporary results, but that’s okay because I like using face masks often, anyway. My skin feels instantly refreshed and moisturised. I’ve been using these sheet masks regularly since a long time and, I feel it has helped me in tackling the dryness. Usually, when I use a scrub or face wash, I had to apply a lotion, but now, I can skip the lotion and, my skin still doesn’t feel parched. So, yay to that!
Summing up the pros and cons,
Pros of Missha Pure Source Aloe Cell Sheet Mask:
- Very affordable.
- Cotton sheet mask.
- Contains good amount of the serum.
- Sits well on the skin.
- Did not break me out.
- Brightens my skin.
- Skin feels very soft and supple.
- Adds enough moisture to my skin and combats dryness if used regularly.
- Very convenient to use.
- Does what it claims.
- Skin feels refreshed and nourished.
Cons of Missha Pure Source Aloe Cell Sheet Mask:
- Availability in India.
- Results are temporary.
IMBB Rating: 4/5
Will I Recommend/Repurchase Missha Pure Source Aloe Cell Sheet Mask?
Yes to both!
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