On the package it claims to be a pore cleansing fabric facial, and it contains Tea Tree and Spearmint. I have a soft spot for Tea Tree Oil to heal piercings and bad spots, so it piqued my interest from there.
So how does it work? Well, on the back it has five steps, which I shall list for you, cause I'm a sound cookie!
- Cleanse your skin
- Apply the sheet mask,
- Relax for 5-10 minutes
- Remove the mask and massage the residue into the skin
- Rinse your face and pat dry.
Because it's a no mess, no fuss kind of product, it's aimed at people who want a quick fix or pick me up. Unlike mud packs or peel off masks, you can apply this pretty much anywhere, and chill out for 10 minutes. If you have a hectic schedule or a jam packed social life, I can see where 10 minutes of chill time would be appreciated.
While it was on my skin, it felt really cooling, and there was some tingling sensation, especially on my cheeks, which I would consider one of my "problem pore" areas. The tingling wasn't painful, it was actually quite pleasant, it made me feel that the product was actually doing something for me. 10 minutes later, I popped it off, massaged my face, let the residue sit into my skin and then rinsed my face with warm water before patting it dry with a soft towel.
Overall, this was a nice treat for my skin, and it was even more relaxing because there was no mess to clean up once the chill out portion of the mask was over!!
I picked this Tea Tree Face Spa up in my local pharmacy for €1.60, they are also stocked in supermarkets such as Tesco and Supervalu nationwide. If online shopping is more your thing, you can pick it up HERE.
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