I’m a little bit of a subscription box addict. If there’s a new box in my Instagram feed, I have to try it. So when Mask Time got in touch to ask if I’d like a sample of their Korean face mask subscription box, I was very eager to get my hands on it!
*Although the Mask Time box was gifted, all thoughts, opinions and photos are my own.
As any subscription box-lover knows, the packaging is just as important as what’s inside. Mask Time’s pink box is simple, yet stylish and gives you the feeling that good quality products are inside.
Alongside the masks, I also received some lovely mini hand creams, which smell divine and feel very nourishing to use.
Mask Time Korean Beauty Face Mask Subscription – What’s in the Box
The box contains four different types of Koreans face masks but eight in total, meaning you can try each mask twice.
These are what I got:
- Black Therapy Mask
- Pink Milk Mask
- Salmon Vgene
- Hydra Soother
‘Black Therapy’ Korean Face Mask
This Korean face mask is a black sheet mask that is designed to brighten your skin. I found the fit to be really good (not all sheet masks are) and it seemed to do a great job. It was easy to apply, although I did use a mirror, and afterwards my face felt really clean.
At the risk or mentally scarring you all, here is a picture of me in the black mask.
And no, I couldn’t smile, my mask would have slipped!
Salmon Vgene Sheet Mask
This one is an anti-wrinkle and whitening mask, which made my skin feel smooth and bright. It was easy to apply but for some reason I couldn’t get the nose flaps to fit perfectly (although it was probably user error).
My face felt smooth, especially my forehead – which can get fine lines occasionally.
Pink Milk Mask
This is my favourite mask from the pack. It’s got a really nice texture, and it’s pink!
It’s covered in pink, creamy lotion that feels thick and luxurious. The mask feels really hydrating and my skin definitely looked brighter and clearer afterwards. The fit around my nose and eyes was really good too.
Hydra Soother Mask
This mask is white and a bit more papery-looking. I didn’t get a photo, but if you’ve seen one sheet mask, you’ve seen them all! I did think this was very moisturising and it seemed to help the areas of dry skin I get on my nose and chin.
All of the masks in the box were pretty amazing, I’d definitely recommend it to any Korean beauty lovers, or anyone who is sick of the normal makeup subscription boxes.
You can get your box or a selection of individual masks from masktime.co.uk.
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