Annie’s Way is a Taiwanese brand like My Beauty Diary. Annie’s Way is known for their jelly masks in a jar, but I am curious about how their sheet masks would perform. Find more Annie’s Way reviews here.
The sheet mask itself is made of silk and is infused with tea tree extract which has anti-bacterial properties. It claims to deep cleanse the skin, remove deep seated dirt and oily secretions, and clear clogged pores to give skin a clean refreshing radiant look and feel. Can you spot the spelling error on the packet?
Dist water, Carbopol 980, Butylene Glycol, Tea Tree Extract, White Tea Extract, Green Tea Extract, Lappa Extract, Biorusol, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizinate, D-panthenol, Methylisothiazolinone, Iodopropynal, Butylcarbamate.
My skin has been pretty clear but lately it has decided to misbehave. The sides of my cheeks are sporting some blemishes and I thought this is a perfect opportunity to try out Annie’s Way Tea Tree Anti-Acne Mask. Please excuse my large pores. As usual, I’ve already prepped my skin prior to slapping on the mask.
Upon opening the packet, I immediately notice a very strong tea tree scent, which is very therapeutic to me. Pulling the sheet mask out, I was very impressed by how ultra thin and soft the material is. It came with a plastic sheet backing which needs to be peeled off. Due to how soft the material is, it took me some effort and time to smooth it out evenly on my face because it kept trying to collapse on itself.
Once it is on, it looks and feels like second skin! It fits the contours of my face very well without having to cut slits. I also really enjoyed having the tea tree scent lingering around me during the masking process. There was zero irritation on my skin.
I left it on longer than the recommended 15 minutes, 30 minutes to be exact, mostly due to the beautiful scent. My skin felt hydrated, but not greasy or sticky. Skin also looks matte for some reason.
Best of all, it looks like my pore size has been reduced and the zits no longer look angry, they look slightly deflated. Since I have combination skin, I find that it wasn’t hydrating enough so I topped it off with a light day cream.
Here is a side by side of the before and after pictures for comparison.
Before masking: front view
After masking: front view
Before masking: side view
After masking: side view
This is a perfect mask for people who have oily or oily combination skin. Even if you are not breaking out, this mask seems to have oil control abilities, yet is not too drying. And for those who enjoy the scent of tea tree, you are really going to love this mask. I would definitely repurchase this!