I might be officially a mask addict. From “masking” once a week, I increased the frequency to about 3 to 4 times per week. I use different products to target different problem areas – some were previously reviewed and some are newbies to my regime.

Here are the three new facial masks that I am currently using:


(from left) Shiseido Revital Lifting Mask Science Ex, Fancl Moisturizing Mask, Fresh Peony Whitening Night Treatment Mask

Shiseido Revital Lifting Mask Science Ex (S$146 for 6 pieces)

This is a two-piece mask from Shiseido comes with hydrating and anti-aging benefits. The size is generous and could cover my whole face – let’s just say that my face takes up more surface area than an average girl. The mask is quite concentrated with active ingredients that give the skin a more refined texture and a firmer facial contour. I believe it contains some whitening properties too because my acne scar looked visibly lighter after just one application.

Results are quite apparent after just one use – the skin looks more supple and radiant. The lifting element was not so visible for me though, nonetheless this is still a good fix-it for those who are concerned about hydration and anti-aging.

Fancl Moisturizing Mask (S$64 for 6 pieces)

Fancl has launched a new moisturizing line and the Moisturizing Mask is one of the product offering in this range. The sheet mask is suitable for all skin types to replenish moisture and inject nutrients, improving skin radiance and translucency in just one application.

The suppleness of the skin is obvious immediately after use. I like Fancl’s skincare, especially their philosophy of using active ingredients with little or no preservatives and additives. Given the lower price and decent quality of their products, I would use this as my regular “care and maintenance” solution.

Fresh Peony Whitening Night Treatment Mask (S$85 for 50ml)

Available at Sephora, this cream overnight mask is a go-to for lazy girls (like yours truly)! With melanin-inhibiting peony root extract, this product is specially catered to Asian skin and is supposed to lighten the appearance of dark spots, correct uneven skin tone, as well as brighten the complexion. I use it on weekdays when I reach home late and would be too tired to do the usual 3 to 5 step beauty regime. I would slap a thin layer of this treatment mask on my cleansed skin and go to sleep.

The morning after, my skin would look radiant and supple. True story and I highly recommend fellow lazy girls to include this in your beauty stash.

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