Happy Friday everyone! #SkincareFridays is back! I miss blogging about skincare.. but I’ve been calming my skin down recently after a new toner caused a bit of emergency on my face! But all is well now 🙂
Today’s product review is for the Korean brand Dewytree, I haven’t heard of the brand until YouTuber Dani (from coffee break with Dani) spoke about her love for these sheet masks. I ordered my set from Memeshop when there was a special deal on.
OK let’s dive in with the review!
- Deep Detox Black Mask
This mask contains volcanic ash clay from Jeju island, charcoal powder, papaya and grapefruit extracts, walnut shell powder. Volcanic ash clay and charcoal powder is known for deep cleansing, ability to absorb excess oil and draws out impurities from skin.
Papaya enzyme extracts is known as a gentle skin defoliant; grapefruit brightens skin and walnut shell powder gently eliminates dullness and soothes the skin.
The mask itself comes in a foil packet containing 30ml of essence, this is alot! The cotton black mask is soft but not flimsy, it is huge and it covered part of my hair line too. The mask smells faintly of charcoal, just like the Sanctuary Detox mask!
To be honest, I think it contains too much essence; I struggled to keep the essence just on my face. Although, my skin was happily soaking it all up… this could only mean one thing, it needs the moisture!!
After using the sheet mask for 20mins, I pat the essence into my face and went to sleep.
I cannot confirm it had detox’ed my skin, but my skin looked hydrated in the morning and feels very comfortable.
- Honey Moist Black Mask
This mask contains the honey essence of the Brassica plants from Jeju Island in Korea. Jeju Island is also known as the Hawaii of Korea. I keep hearing more and more about this island when Korean skincare is mentioned, maybe I need to pay a visit and renew my skin 😛
This Honey Moist edition mask claims to moisturise your skin with special honey ingredient energize skin with radiance, removes impurities and dead skin cells.
The mask is drenched in 30ml of essence; the smell of honey is slightly stronger. I had this mask on my face for 30mins as it felt very soothing. Then I patted the leftover essence onto my skin before going to sleep. Skin looked extra smooth and feels moisturised; like I had a 10 hours’ sleep! (Well I had 5).
- Ginseng Nutritious Black Mask
This ginseng edition promises to nourish, sooth and brighten your skin, while removing impurities and dead skin cells. It contains ginseng root extract, ginkgo balboa leaf extract and hydrolysed collagen.
This mask smells a little bit of herbal medicine (very faint ginseng smell)! This smell brings back some childhood memories for me. Weird but true!
This mask refreshes my skin and left me with hydrated skin. I would say this mask performs similarly as the Deep Detox mask, it makes my skin feel nourished, hydrated and tone is evened out.
Dewytree has few variations of the black facial sheet masks, I yet to try and discover the whole range. Out of the 3 editions, I prefer the Honey Moist version. I believe it leaves my skin hydrated with longer lasting effects 🙂
I love sheet masks as they are ultra-convenient and easy to use. Cost per use is higher but I much prefer this over tube masks.
Here’s me, sporting a black facial sheet mask, looking like a ninja (my other half says I looked more like a burglar)! ekkeke
These Dewytree black facial masks are normally costs around $3 each from memeshop and eBay. I believe they have different skincare deals available, there was a 20 Dewytree black masks collection for $50.
Update Feb 2015: New Dewytree value set available in Memeshop with serum and clay mask.
Fabulous! Have a great weekend ahead my friends! 😉