Review: Lululun 7 Days Moisturizing Face Mask (Pink) ★★★☆☆
Lululun masks are becoming very popular. They started being a hot-selling item in Japan and now internationally. I’ve always loved Japanese skincare products and these “daily masks” from Lululun looks intriguing. I’ve tried the brightening version, white packaging, and it really impressed me. Assuming everyone practices hygiene, I actually find this type of packaging (7 masks in 1 zip pack) environmentally-friendly.
Notable ingredients: niacinamide, honey, hyaluronic acid, panax ginseng extract, botanical extracts and citric acid. The ingredient list looks very promising! It does contain paraben, sensitive skin users beware.
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My skin is feeling pretty okay, just a little dryness and some PIH that needs lightening. I’ve already cleansed, toned and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
Out of the packet, the soft material wasn’t as drenched as most other sheet masks, just enough to stick on my face. The essence is clear and, for the life of me, I couldn’t detect any scent no matter how close I sniffed it. Products that lack fragrance is a huge plus in my book.
Fit was okay, could be better if they’d put in some slits. Adherence was meh, it’s pretty much dried out in 20 mins. Talk about lack of slits and scent.
My skin feels hydrated but not sticky, and looks bright and supple. Since it was such a short masking session and the essence dried down semi matte, it’s great for day time under makeup or when we’re in a hurry to get out the door yet refuse to compromise on looking good.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
I recommend getting this mask for people who are in a pinch/starting out. They are still pretty effective and value for money.