Review: Annie’s Way Honey Deep Moisturizing Mask ★★★★☆
This mask claims to nourish and deeply hydrate with hyaluronic acid, honey, and jojoba extract. Packaging is super plain and low-key, just like most of their other masks. Find more Annie’s Way reviews here.
Methylisothiazolinone (MIT), a potentially sensitizing ingredient is present in this mask, sensitive skin users please take note.
My skin is feeling pretty good today, just slightly dry. I’ve cleansed, toned, and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
Out of the packet, I caught a whiff of yummy honey that made my eyeballs roll back. The silk sheet was super thin, soft and pliable, good thing it came with a plastic backing. Essence was watery and in abundance.
Fit and adherence were amazing. It was a little too wide on the sides, but since the sheet is so soft like wet tissue, I simply give the extra material a little push and crumple it. I had this on for 35 mins or so, lost track of time since this felt so comfortable, like a second skin.
My chin and forehead were completely dry, I’d reckon this is not meant for a long masking session. Essence dried down matte but my skin felt hydrated, not stretchy or uncomfortable. My skin felt bouncy, soft, and smooth. This mask wasn’t kidding about the deep hydration! Brightening action was at its maximum! My eye circles stood out even more. Redness and PIH were almost undetectable. Pore size remained unchanged. My skin looked bright and radiant! These effects lasted 24 hours on me.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
This mask is a good one to use prior to make up. I’ve always had successes with Annie’s Way masks, they’ve never let me down. The effects of this variant are very similar to Naruko HA Hydro-Lock Mask. Highly recommend and will repurchase!