In case you stumble upon The Creme Shop masks at TJ MaXX and purchase them to try KB, just know there is plenty of controversy in the KB world about whether or not the brand is truly made in Korea.
Doesn't bother me much but I know some people can get very specific about stuff like that, so FYI on that one. However, if you don't mind the mysterious origins and just want to try some quality sheet masks on the cheap, I do use, recommend, and enjoy The Creme Shop.
I picked up a 5-pack of the Collagen Face Masks because I am overly obsessive about a line forming on my mouth area.
Nearly impossible to photograph because of the holo exterior, these masks promise to reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles, diminish the appearance of age spots, and help to firm and smoothen. Sweet deal!
Unrelated: smoothen is not OK, per my spellcheck. Is it a word or not!?
Let me just say that considering my lip is where I need the product, I hate the fit of this mask. I ended up wearing it for about ten mins, then folding it in half and setting it on my lip and chin area. Hope that's cool. It was cold to the touch and felt soothing on. I wore the mask for like 30 mins total and it had not dried fully. I didn't notice any immediate differences but I will try to use this at least weekly for longer termed results.
What do you think of The Creme Shop masks?
Sunday, May 6, 2018
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