I may have mentioned in my blogging process post about a draft or photo or two that was just buried in my notes and folders. Well, I dug up some photos that looked really nice and re-shot a sheet mask selfie, and boom. The pretty shots here were taken last May (!!!!!!) so for me to say that this review is overdue is a severe understatement!
The Vita Genic masks were a gift to me from a friend in Scotland who I met in October of 2016. You’d think I’d have used them all up by now, but that’s a real testament to how often I use sheet masks (i.e. not a lot). From a quick search, I can see that a pack of ten costs about £12.50 on eBay (and very overpriced on Amazon…) so they’re quite inexpensive as masks go.
The sheet mask packets are a bit big and round, so depending on how much room you have for your masks they might be a little big for your container.
I have all four varieties available:
- Green – Calm & Balance/Relaxing, Vitamin B, containing Jeju Aloe Water
- Red – Firming/Lifting, Vitamin A, containing Jeju Cactus/Opuntia Coccinellifera Fruit Extract
- Yellow – Tone Up/Whitening, Vitamin C, containing ‘Jeju Halabong Fruit’ extract
- Blue – Moisturising/Hydrating, Vitamin E, containing Jeju Oxygen Water (LOL)
The sheet is made of 100% cotton. It fits really nicely on my face. Of course the chin and nose are a bit funky but that’s always the case with me. The sheet is super comfortable and adheres well.
It’s the return of the awful sheet mask selfie!
The essence, true to the ‘jelly’ part of the name, doesn’t drip even though there is loads of essence in the packet! I’m talking 30ml! There’s enough to slather on your whole body. I used it to ‘top up’ my mask as it began to dry out, and I had enough to do it TWICE. (I probably could have managed a third time if I had another hour spare.)
(K-Pop gifs are SUCH FUN. Why didn’t I do this sooner???)
As for the effects? I never usually pay heed to how a mask affects my face, to be honest. I wear them as an occasional treat more than anything else, or just so I can do both my skincare and my revision in the evenings at once! I did feel very refreshed after using it although there was nothing in particular to note.
Overall, I really like using these masks and they are certainly something I could see myself rebuying in the future.
Until next time,
Days since last buying lipstick: 34
4 thoughts on “Review: Banobagi Vita Genic Jelly Sheet Masks”
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