How To Choose Good Facial Sheet Mask

 

There are hundreds of different types of facial sheet mask brand on the beauty market and we are often confused as how to choose the right product for the skin. They are all saying "such and such" is good and beneficial for your skin but the truth is you might have no idea what’s actually good and what sort of information you need to look into. Lets find out how to select a good facial sheet mask.

1.What material is used for the facial sheet mask

FIBER | PULP | HYDRO-GEL | BIO-CELLULOSE

One time, I went to the beauty store to check out different type of facial sheet masks. I was looking for ‘Bio-Cellulose’ but some of the products did not mentioned what sort of materials they were using for its product. So I asked one of the store staff what material was used. She had no idea because the package did not show any information. The question is, what if I have allergic reaction to certain materials? A lot of people focus on its ingredients, not the material.. This can go very wrong!

Facial sheet masks are often based on cotton material available for manufacturing. The bleaching process is required during its production and this is not a 100% toxic free process. No matter how great the ingredients are, if you choose the product with the material that doesn't suit your skin, it can be very harmful. 

2. The ingredients

Read the ingredients section. I know its difficult and you are probably too busy or tired to read it. Most of people just quickly check the main promoting ingredient such as ‘aloe, honey, charcoal’ etc. Different ingredients are for different uses and it is a matter of how the different ingredients are added to provide benefit the skin. Some product contain less than ten ingredients. I'm sure you can expect its quality already.. I prefer to go with the one that has considered various type of ingredients so I can get all the benefits!

3. Proven effects

You always sees ‘Brightening, anti-ageing, anti-wrinkles, full hydration’ on the package but has this effects been proven?

4. ISO Certified? (International Organisation for Standardisation)

ISO certification certifies that a management system, manufacturing process, service, or quality assurance procedure has all the requirements to meet international standards. ISO is an independent, non-governmental, international organisation that develops standards to ensure the quality, safety, and efficiency of products, services, and systems.   We want to know what we putting on our face and its process, it is important to read the packaging and knowing active ingredients.

 

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