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My Mask Routine: Faith in Face Jelly Sheet Masks Review – THE YESSTYLIST – Asian Fashion Blog


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Even though my beauty vanity is already packed with a ton of skin care and makeup products, I still find myself hunting for something new. Out of all the skin care products out there, I enjoy trying out face masks the most.

If you take a look at my vanity, you’ll find a variety of face masks including sheet masks, hydrogel masks, sleeping masks and clay masks. I am obsessed with face masks and they’re a necessity in my skin care routine! The latest additions to my collection are Faith in Face’s Jelly Sheet Masks. Read on for my thoughts on the Cica Jelly, Vita Jelly and Hydra Jelly sheet masks:

Cica Jelly Sheet Mask

Key ingredient: Centella Asiatica Extract

My thoughts: When I woke up one day and found an angry-looking pimple on my forehead, I immediately reached for the Cica Jelly Sheet Mask hoping that it would calm my blemish down. I was surprised to see immediate results after just one use, thanks to its formula containing Centella asiatica extract! This sheet mask and its soothing ingredients instantly calmed my redness and acne inflammation.

Besides its soothing benefits, this sheet mask also kept my skin feeling smooth and moisturized. After patting its leftover essence into my skin, I was glad that it didn’t leave a sticky feeling. If you have acne-prone or irritated skin, this mask is perfect for you.

Hydra Jelly Sheet Mask

Key ingredient: Hyaluronic Acid

My thoughts: I was most excited to try the Hydra Jelly Sheet Mask simply because it contains one of my favorite skin care ingredients: hyaluronic acid. This ingredient attracts and retains moisture in the skin, leaving you with a plump and bouncy complexion.

Though I don’t have dry skin, my skin feels a bit drier than usual since it’s winter. This sheet mask is perfect for adding moisture back into my skin and it leaves it feeling soft and supple. Since hyaluronic acid is a gentle ingredient, all skin types can benefit from the Hydra Jelly Sheet Mask – even oily skin. But I would recommend this sheet mask be used primarily by those with dry, dehydrated or aging skin.

Vita Jelly Sheet Mask

Key ingredient: Niacinamide

My thoughts: The Vita Jelly Sheet Mask is formulated with niacinamide, which brightens the complexion and improves an uneven skin tone. The mask is also formulated with Hippophae rhamnoides fruit extract, which claims to make your skin glow. 

After leaving the mask on for 20 minutes and then peeling it off, I definitely noticed a natural glow, but it unfortunately didn’t last very long. On a positive note, the sheet mask did make my complexion appear brighter. Just like the Cica and Hydra Jelly Sheet Masks, the Vita Jelly Sheet Mask left my skin feeling supple and moisturized.

My Final Thoughts 

Overall, these are great sheet masks to use daily and I’m glad that my skin didn’t break out after using any of them. All three variations fit my face perfectly and I like that each sheet mask is soaked with just enough essence, yet still offers extra essence that I can apply on top of the mask itself to boost hydration.

If I had to pick one mask that my skin loved the most, it would have to be the Hydra Jelly Sheet Mask. If you decide to give these Jelly Sheet Masks a go and your skin loves them too, I recommend you also try the brand’s Hydrogel Face Masks.