When I celebrated my birthday in March, one of the gifts I received was a sheet mask from Anthropologie. Until then, I didn’t even know that Anthropologie sold sheet masks! The nice thing is that a lot of the ones they sell are natural and from cruelty-free brands. Since I had the 15% off birthday coupon, I decided to head into Anthropologie and pick up another mask or two.
The one I received for a gift was the Leaders 7 Wonders Mask in the Mediterranean Olive Brightening Mask ($6 a mask). I really enjoyed this mask. It was pretty thin and fit my face nicely. It also didn’t slide off all the time, even though it had a good amount of serum. My face felt wonderfully moisturized and a bit brighter. I don’t know if it minimized visible dark spots, but it did even my skin tone a little bit.
I went into Anthropologie with the intention of purchasing more masks by this brand. Possibly either the calming or the moisturizing mask. But then, spotted on the shelf below these masks was a different brand in metallic packaging. The Lapcos sheet mask variety set contains all 7 of their masks as well as an exfoliating pad for $22. Considering the 7 Wonders masks were $6 a piece, I was tempted to try Lapcos.
Lapcos is a Los Angeles based Korean beauty company. I contacted them and they did confirm that they are a cruelty free company. The Variety Mask set contains one of each of the types of sheet masks that Lapcos Makes. This includes:
Pearl- a brightening mask with pear extract that is also meant to minimize dark spots
Milk- a moisturizing mask also meant to exfoliate the skin
Charcoal- a pore care mask that will extract toxins and tighten pores
Honey- a nourishing mask also meant to boot skin elasticity
Aloe- a soothing mask with aloe leaf and cucumber extract
Aqua- a hydrating mask also meant to revitalize skin
Collagen- an anti-wrinkle mask also meant to plump the skin
Milk Feel Exfoliating and Cleansing Pad- two sided pads that cleanses and gently exfoliates the skin
I am so excited to try these masks! I love that the variety pack is so inexpensive, since it allows me to try all of the products without making my wallet cry. Especially since there are multiple masks that have similar effects. I am most excited to try the honey, milk, and aloe masks. I’m also curious about the aqua mask and how it will differ from the milk and aloe masks.
I will try to do an update once I have worked my way through the pads to share my thoughts and feelings, as well as which one ended up being my favorite!
How do you feel about sheet masks? Do you have a favorite?