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Do Tissue Masks Top Traditional Masks?

4 October, 2017 - 10:52pm by - First Lady | 80 Comments

Poll posted by BR Natalie

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We love a good face mask at Beauty Review.  The forum is always buzzing with talk about one mask or another, there really is a face mask for everying - from detoxifying to moisturising, from pore minimising to skin firming.  Whatever your complaint we bet you can find an intensive treatment for it!

Face masks are a wonderful way to treat your skin, in both senses of the word. Some people use a luxurious face mask to relax and give their skin a treat.  It's the staple of any pampering session right?  Other people use face masks to actively treat their skin problems, be it acne, dryness or those pesky signs of aging.  A face mask used to tackle specific concerns usually contain active ingredients that penetrate the skin and do their thang!

Whatever mask you are using, gently steam your face before using the mask. You can steam your face over a cup of hot water or by pressing a hot face cloth on your skin for 5 minutes.  Be careful when steaming - the idea is to soften the residue in your pores for easy removal; not scald your skin!  But steaming is not just for cleansing, no, no.  Steaming increases the blood flow to your skin (giving you that youthful glow) and, perhaps more beneficial - it actually and increases the permeation of applied ingredients - meaning your skin care regime will be absorbed more efficiently.

WELL - we're looking for a hundred members to take the latest mask to hit New Zealand out for a test drive.

  

Let us introduce you to Garnier Hydrabomb Tissue Masks.  In just fifteen minutes these masks will leave you intensely rehydrated and radiant.  The ultra-thick tissue once applied to the face, acts like a hydration wrap, continuously diffusing the powerful serum to intensely hydrate your skin.  When you unmask your skin will be smoother, bouncier and healthier looking.

With actives from nature, hyaluronic acid and hydrating serum, Hydrabomb masks quench dehydrated skin by recharging the superficial layers of the epidermis with water, for 24 hours of lasting moisture. The mask also strengthens the skin’s natural barrier to protect it from external aggressions and preserve its youthful appearance.

There are three fabulous masks to choose from:

  • Pomegranate Tissue Mask: For normal to dehydrated skin.  An ultra-hydrating rejuvenating mask that intensely rehydrates skin, boosts skin’s radiance and even’s skin complexion.
  • Chamomile Tissue Mask: For dry or sensitive skin.  An ultra-hydrating soothing mask that intensely rehydrates skin, improves skin’s comfort and soothes skin.
  • Green Tea Tissue Mask: For normal to combination skin.  An ultra-hydrating rebalancing mask that intensely rehydrates skin, purifies and mattifies skin and visibly reduces pores and imperfections.

Click here to tell us about your skin and put your hand up to review this trial product!

We're excited about this one!  So if you'd like the chance of a spot on this trial team why not tell us how often you use a face mask, why you use one and what kind you usually use.  And most importantly - what Garnier Hydrabomb Tissue Mask would you most like to review? 

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Do Tissue Masks Top Traditional Masks?


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Am keen to give it a try never used masks of any sort I believe the green tea one will be best suited to my skin type. Super excited to see what difference it would make.

I would really like to try this. Its hard to choose which mask I would like to try. The Pomegranate Tissue Mask sounds most suited to my skin. Though The Chamomile Tissue Mask is the one I would like to try. I'm am keen to try either. I am a recent convert to tissue face masks. I like to use them once a week, I should use them more, because the feeling of luxury and relaxation are intense.I use Tissue masks mostly for two reasons,The first is, for when my skin is broken out and I look really old at the same time.The second is when I need relaxation. Is there anything better than lying back with your eyes closed for 15mins then just throwing the mask away and and gently rubbing in the excess serum. Lovely

I forgot to put the masks i currently use. Aloe Ultra Hydrating Essence Mask. From ekel. The instuctions are are written in another language, I think Korean. There are picture instructions. And Coenzym Q10 Ultra Hydrating Essence Mask. from ekel. same brand as other.

I have never tried a tissue mask so not sure if they would be better but would definitely be keen to try. I generally use a mask once a week - I would like to do it more often but I don't get around to it. I mostly use the skinfood mud mask as I like that I can feel it cleansing the gunk out of my skin and it makes it feel so nice afterwards. I mostly use them to get that extra hydration and nourishment that you can't get as much from your average moisturiser as well as to relax and pamper myself. My skin is pretty normal so the Pomegranate one would be the one for me.

I do like the tissue masks but there are some skin concerns that a traditional mud mask can't be beat with for the likes of combination and oily skin that need that clay/mud to really get deep into the skin and purge the sebum, tissue masks are a good way of getting things added to your skin for firming, anti-ageing, brightening, moisturising, etc.. but they are best in conjunction with the pack type masks for all round skin wellness.

I love sheet masks as the clean up afterwards is so simple. I would love to try the Pomegranite mask. Garner products always smell Devine so I'd imagine these will as well

I would love the opportunity to be in the trial team. I have combination/ sensitive skin and love using face mask to restore moisture and clarity into my skin. Not only does my skin LOVE sheet masks, it genuinely lightens my mood. Garnier is a product I have used for many years and has great benefits for my skin so I would love to review the ultra hydrating rebalancing mask (green tea)- Thanks :)

I would love the opportunity to be in the trial team. I use face masks every single weekend by giving myself special pamper nights! I shuffle up between sheet, peel and clay masks. I have combination/ sensitive skin and love using face mask to restore moisture and clarity into my skin. Not only does my skin LOVE sheet masks, it genuinely lightens my mood. Garnier is a product I have used for many years and has great benefits for my skin so I would love to review the ultra hydrating rebalancing mask (green tea)- Thanks :)

I would love to try this. My neighbour and I have regular "girl" sessions where we don facemasks, drink wine and watch sloppy movies. Its my job to provide the facemasks. The tissue ones make for very amusing photos.

I've never tried a tissue mask before but i'm really keen to - I have heard such good things! I think the Pomegranate Tissue Mask would be most suited to my skin type :)

Interested to know Wether sheet masks are as good as clay masks

I would love to give this a go as it sounds a lot less messier than the traditional mud masks I currently use once a week. I think the Green Tea mask would be perfect as I tend to have some dryness around my nose and forehead and would love to reduce pores while also hydrating my skin. The matte effect also sounds great as my masks often leave my face red and shiny!

Sheet masks are the BEST! I probably won't get picked as I'm not on the trial teams yet as I haven't posted enough reviews... problem is, I need more products, to do more reviews, to get on the trial panel! See the problem BR? ;) Anyway... sheet masks are a big yes for me! I used to WANT to use traditional face masks but hated doing so as getting them off was a pain and water just went EVERYWHERE in the bathroom splashing my face trying to get it off, which is why I love sheet masks, no mess, no fuss, no water, no splashing! I'm so excited to see they are becoming more and more popular. I saw these in the supermarket the other day and nearly bought them, so if I don't get picked, I'm gonna be buying and reviewing anyway :)

I would love to try the Green Tea Tissue Mask, sounds like a great product and would be interested to see how my skin could be bouncier and healthier looking

I haven't tried the tissue masks. It sounds like the Pomegranate or Chamomile mask would suit my skin. I haven't tried Garnier before except their hair colour, so Would love to try this :-) That is really interesting about steaming before applying one! You learn something new all the time on here :-)

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