Sunday, April 23, 2017

Mask of the Week: Acwell Honey Anti-Wrinkle Daanji Mask

I must say, I am loving My FaceTory subscription and the masks that I receive!  This time I tried the Acwell Honey Anti-Wrinkle Daanji Mask. My favorite thing about this sub is that these are all, pretty much, brands that are new to me as I dive deeper into KBeauty.

The My FaceTory sub is $6 per month, going up to $8, and for my first two months, the retail price of the sub items has been pretty much on par with the cost of the sub. While normally I would think that was a horrible value - what is the point of a bundled sub if you don't save some money? - here I am OK with it because if I had to purchase 4 KBeauty masks, in the US, and have them shipped to me, there is no way I would only spend $6 or $8 on 4 masks, even if they were all Amazon purchases.  So far, so good.


I decided to try the Acwell Honey Anti-Wrinkle Daanji Mask because I read great reviews about it on a KBeauty blog. Honey is supposed to be super moisturizing, which is something I constantly need in my skincare products.


First, let me tell you, the smell is amazing! While many masks have a simple, clean smell, this smells like fresh honey and springtime. It is not sweet or cloying at all, but just a fresh honey scent. Loved it!

What I did not love? The fit! Take a look below...


Seriously, I am convinced that my face is an odd shape. Is it just me?! This was a thicker fabric mask, drenched with essence, but really hard to mold to my face. It's got to be me.

I kept this on for about 20 mins. It stayed saturated the entire time and my face felt cool and smooth to the touch once I removed it. Con: it also felt a little sticky! You know, like there was honey in it? LOL. I followed this up with some Purito serum but overall, I wasn't terribly impressed with this mask.

Have you tried Acwell masks? What do you think?


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