Sheet Masks over Clay Masks? | Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask Review

Hey everyone,

It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed a new face mask! However, today I thought I’d mix it up and try out¬†sheet masks!

Sheet masks have been in trend, and it’s understandable why, it’s convenient, quick, easy to apply and cheap!

Sounds great, right? But is it better than the traditional clay mask?

From the extreme heat in the UK, my skin has taken a toll, my skin is dry, my acne scars have gotten worse and overall my skin feels rough and applying a detox clay face mask won’t help.

I needed something hydrating, something that would pour water into my pores and drench my skin. I picked a couple of sheet masks because they are used to infuse the skin with essential vitamins, antioxidants and nutrients, but their primary use is for hydration!

So, today I’m using the; Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask – the super hydrating soothing mask!

This is my first time I’ve ever used a face mask, so here are my overall thoughts on it.

Price

Each face mask retails are ¬£1.99! (DAMN THAT’S CHEAP!) However, each packet only contains one face mask.

Application

I instantly noticed how much product was the mask, the serum was literally running! At first, I was a little lost on how to unravel the mask. However, once I was able to put it on my face, a pleasant cooling sensation hit my skin!

I was able to adjust the mask according to the shape of my face once I peeled off the blue protective firm. It was so easy to stretch, and the face mask doesn’t fall off or slide, once you press the sheet mask on to your face it stays there!

However, the only downside is that I can’t apply the mask to my neck which I think is so important as your neck is one of the first areas to show ageing.