You might not know this yet, but I have a love-hate relationship with sheet masks. For that reason, I avoided reviewing them on this blog. Well, that and because I cannot bring myself to use them once I think just how much one sheet costs. As such, I have a box full of sheet masks, but it got to a point where I just had to start using them so here I am. For those of you who were wondering, most sheet masks I have were part of gifts with purchase or beauty boxes such as the FabFitFun summer box.
Long story short, today I want to talk to a sheet mask that I purchased recently and that is the Lapcos Tea Tree derma sheet mask. The sheet mask was part of a multi pack that I purchased from Revolve Beauty. If you are curious about the process of ordering from Revolve in the UK, then have a look at this article that talks about my experience.
Lapcos Tea Tree Derma Sheet Mask Review
The Lapcos tea tree sheet mask is meant to offer some relief to your skin while making it look more rested and radiant. Does it really do that?
Kinda, but let’s take a step back.
The Lapcos tea tree derma sheet mask is made out of some eco-friendly fibre material and not paper. This makes it ticker than other sheet masks, but still slightly less thick than a gel mask. Furthermore, the fabric like material is easy to properly position on your face which is saying something! In fact, the sheet mask also has a really nice size so that it properly fits. I was quite impressed by that as I found quite some sheet masks that were just too small. That is definitely not the case here.
However, not everything is as great. The sheet is hard to unfold so you need to be careful as to not tear it. This is mostly due to the fact that the sheet is full of serum.
Speaking about the serum, the main ingredients used are Althaea Rosea Flower Extract and Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Extract. One of them is meant to calm while the other is meant to soothe and clean your pores.
And now, we can finally discuss what the Lapcos Tea Tree sheet mask actually does.
I chose to use this mask in particular as I developed an ugly spot due to stressed caused by un upcoming interview. The spot did not vanish, but it did shrink slightly and it become less red. The spot was clearly soothed as was the rest of the skin on my face.
Furthermore, after wearing the sheet mask for 20 minutes or so, my skin was visibly plumped and more hydrated. It was also incredibly soothed as I mentioned above.
One other thing you should know is that the Lapcos sheet masks are pretty affordable which made the entire experience pleasant rather guilt inducing. One sheet mask usually retails for £2.50 or $3.
All in all, I would say that the purchase of the Lapcos Tea Tree derma sheet mask was a good decision. I don’t regret my decision and I would not mind getting my hands on this sheet mask again in the future. I might not be interested in ordering a pack of only Lapcos Tea Tree sheet masks, but I will definitely be happy to get one in a variety pack such a step one I purchased now.
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