I feel like I post about sheet masks all the time! But this week I discovered a new sheet mask that is truly unlike any I’ve tried before, so I had to share it with you. I’ve been a fan of Dr. Jart’s masks for a while now, but somehow I had never seen the Ceramidin mask before. It is part of the same line as the Ceramidin Day Tint SPF 15, which is one of my favorite, very-hydrating tinted moisturizers, so I figured that it would work well with my skin.
I got a pretty bad sunburn yesterday, and I needed an extra boost of hydration and calming, so I decided it was time to test drive this supposedly ultra-hydrating mask. I store my sheet masks in the fridge to keep them potent, and the coolness is very refreshing! Immediately after opening it, I saw that the mask was unique. Unlike most sheet masks, the liquid is creamy, almost a milky consistency. I was able to leave it on much longer because of how much liquid was in the package, and my skin practically drank the serum.
In the end, I think I’ve found my new emergency mask. My skin is hydrated and glowing, my sunburn is somewhat subdued, and the price won’t break the bank!
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