I’ve tried a couple of Annie’s Way sheet masks and they’ve impressed me tremendously. I’m really excited to try these super popular jelly masks. This is the rose variety and claims to hydrate, repair and whiten. It contains rose flower water, hyaluronic acid and other botanical extracts. Find more Annie’s Way reviews here.
Sensitive skin alert: this also contains carbomer and methylisothiazolinone that can cause sensitivity. Do leave this on for only 5 mins.
My skin is feeling very dry and looking very red today. I’ve already cleansed, toned and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
This smells wonderfully of lightly scented fresh rose. The consistency is that of a thick jelly, which has to be scooped out of the jar with a spatula that comes with the mask. It was pretty easy to spread this on my face.
I used a really thick layer because this expires in 3 months since opening and I doubt I’ll be able to finish the tub before then. I left this on for about 20 mins before tissuing off the excess and then rinsing the remainder off. It was pretty slimey and hard to wash off.
The visible results are amazing! My skin looked supple and bright! PIH has lightened quite a fair bit, the effects lasted about half a day. My skin still felt a little dry so I followed up with a thicker moisturizer.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
However, for the hefty price, short lifespan which means wastage, I think it would be better to go with Annie’s Way secret garden sheet masks. They give the same, if not better, results and are more cost effective.