I will start by saying that whenever I do these sorts of sheet mask round ups, I always start by assuming that each mask is going to be different, but more often than not, they are all VERY similar with the exception of tackiness levels and scent. This was the case with all six masks so while this post is photo-heavy, it will be fairly brief! While it wasn’t the thinnest, the sheet mask held the creamy essence very well thanks to what the brand calls “air pockets” in the fabric and wrapped around the contours of the face nicely. All of the masks contain mineral oil (4th ingredient) which made all six masks feel lightly tacky and overall quite hydrating.
This mask is meant to be deeply moisturizing and contains coconut fruit and mushroom extract which are GREAT at replenishing moisture in the skin while making skin soft and supple. I was afraid that the scent of this would be a harsh fake coconut, but in actual fact it reminded me a lot more of the Asian Calpis drink which is made by milk fermentation. It’s sweet and a very popular drink in Asia that you can find in most Asian grocery stores here in Canada. It’s super tasty and I usually pick it up when I go to T&T as a treat!
Final verdict: These are fun and entertaining masks that are great for all ages and occasions. They make skincare fun and I am glad I finally got a chance to try them! They didn’t seem to differ all that much from each other in terms of results so really I would just get the ones that smell the best! While the ingredients are the best, they aren’t the worst either and for a mask that on average has a price point of $2, I would say you definitely get your money’s worth!
You can find the A’Pieu Milk One Pack Sheet Masks at many Korean e-tailers and retailers.
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