When my wife told me about Korean face sheet masks, all I could think of was the stereotypical horror film characters like Ghostface, Jason Vorhee and Michael Myers.
Little did I know that it would change my view point in taking care of my physical well being.
So after doing the standard clean your face routine, I pat my face dry and proceeded to pop on the face mask. When I opened the packet of Aloe Vera I didn't want to make a fool of myself in front of the master (my wife) so I slowly and methodically laid it on my face. It was important in making sure you aligned this as best as you could with the holes in lined to your eyes, nose and mouth…there is nothing much like the feeling of being smothered by wet cloth! I looked at the mirror and my first thoughts were 'HOT DAMN…I look like Michael Myers from the movie Halloween'!
A few minutes in I started to feel the coolness seeping into my pores…it felt goooood.
After 30-45 minutes of marinating my face, the mask actually dried up as if my skin gulped all the essence of the Aloe Vera. I figured it was time to take it off and my face felt surprisingly soft and supple like a baby’s bum, it was feeling pretty fresh.
Oh and a side tip for your blokes (and gals) is to refrigerate the packet of face masks in the fridge…it is actually pretty refreshing to have something nice and cold to help sooth the raging inferno heat of Australian summer off your face.
My verdict; simple, easy, feels good and most importantly it was quick, so I could spend more time on the important things. You know like fixing things for my wife ;)
till next time,
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