I have been hoarding Origins Sheet Masks for a while and now that I have been cleaning my entire beauty collection (again), I stumbled upon some of them that I had left from my time in London. Each time I went home I would buy a new one from the airport. It was time to try one so I did. It is not like I had anything better to do, well I kinda did but I can totally rock a sheet mask at the same time.
Anyway, I finally tried the Origins Flower Fusions Violet Sheet Mask. Find my thoughts below.
Origins Flower Fusion Violet Nourishing Sheet Mask Review
The Origins sheet masks caught my attention because of their colourful packaging. Yeah, so what? They are cute. Plus a sheet mask is a sheet mask, right? It is supposed to do at least something good. Well, that is my experience thus far. Well, did it? Did the Flower Fusion Violet Nourishing Sheet Mask work?
Before we delve into that, let’s get some of the more general info out of the way.
The sheet mask from Origins is made of bamboo and it is super soft on the skin. The sheet mask is full of serum, but still easy to unfold. Unlike other sheet masks, this one from Origins is thick enough that it does not break as you try to unfold it. It is also not super sticky despite the amount of serum it contains. That is a point in their favour as far as I am concerned. The sheet mask also has a pretty nice size and it fits my face perfectly. I would say that this is a medium sized sheet mask so that it works for everyone.
In terms of ingredients, there are some pretty good ingredients that can help those with dry skin. Those ingredients include Sodium Hyaluronate and Butylene Glycol. both of which are really moisturising. However, the sheet mask serum also contains some essentials oils that can cause irritation to those with sensitive skin.
The sheet mask is formulated without alcohol, parabens or sulphates. However, the list of ingredients does contain ingredients that the EU does not consider allergen free. In addition, the sheet mask contains silicones and other ingredients that can leads to fungal acne flare ups.
Okay, but how does it feel? Does the sheet mask actually work?
The Origins Flower Fusion Violet Sheet Mask is quite different from other sheet masks I tried. I would not say that it does not work. My sheet feels more nourished, but also like I have a thin layer of wax on top. Areas of concern look more plump. However, the wax like feeling is slightly bothering me.
Unlike with other sheet masks, I felt the need to wash my face rather than let the serum sink in. This is a sheet mask that I would not use again, not with my oily skin. So even though it seemingly works, I feel like I allergic to some of the ingredients which never really happened before. My skin also feels softer and more matte. However, despite the plumpness I noticed initially, my skin now feels a bit more dry to the touch. This is so weird and hard to explain. I really am going wash it off now. It won’t do.
Also, the serum smells like some sort of flowery cake rather than violets, at least that is my impression. Not a good smell to be honest. Thank you, next.
This should teach me a lesson to always try the things I buy before adding more to the collection.
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