Hyaluronic Acid is a staple in everyone’s beauty bag or at least it should be. This little ingredient is so common that many people just take it for granted. In short, Hyaluronic acid might be a tiny bit underrated now when everyone is taking about retinols and vitamin C and the like. However that was not always the case and here is why:
Hyaluronic acid is an ingredient capable of restoring moisture levels of the skin by being able to keep several times over its weight in moisture. This is really important for your skin as otherwise it lacks that healthy glow and plumpness. I know most of you know this, but this is for the beginner skincare junkies out there.
Safe to say, I am a huge fan of Hyaluronic acid as the ingredients have done wonders for my skin, my pores and my constant fight against oiliness. For that reason, I decided to try the Lapcos Hyaluronic Acid sheet mask.
Lapcos Hyaluronic Acid Mask
The Lapcos Hyaluronic Acid sheet mask is meant to add some moisture to your skin while making it look more healthy and plump. Does it really do that?
I guess that tells you a lot.
The Lapcos Hyaluronic Acid 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.
Similarly to the Tea Tree mask, this one with HA is also pretty hard to unfold as the mask is incredibly wet and full of serum. So you need to be careful in order to avoid tearing it.
And talking about the serum. The mask might be full of the hyaluronic acid serum, however the effects I experienced were not as impressive as with other hyaluronic sheet masks. That is the gist of the situation.
While my skin has loved slightly more plump and it was definitely more moisturised there were no impressive effects. So this is the reason of that “hmm”. The sheet mask does what it is supposed to, but the effects are simply not impressive.
Because of the limited effects, I cannot recommend this sheet mask. I would rather use a serum, make my own mask or go with other brands that I know work better even if they are a bit more pricey.
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