Review: Avocado Face Mask by Guardian

Avocado is my favourite fruit juice. I love it to drink it blended with milk. Putting it on face as a mask? It’s definitely Victoria Beckham’s favourite.

Forget Botox or laser peels, this home-made skin rejuvenator is supposedly what Victoria swears by. It’s meant to perk up skin, improve its texture and reduce fine lines. It is best for dry skin.

However, for busy full time working mothers, we don’t have the time to blend avocado for our mask but for our little ones’ meal. I will rather go for the easy way out and buy a sheet mask.

I guess Guardian (Yes. It is the local pharmacy) has solved the problem for me. I am surprised to see an avocado face mask (nourishing) for soft and smooth skin.
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According to the packaging, Guardian Avocado Nourishing Face Mask contains natural avocado extract which is rich in minerals and vitamins to deeply nourish and moisturize the skin. With antioxidant and antibacterial properties, it helps leave the skin soft, smooth and rejuvenated.
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I took out the mask from the packaging. The mask was drenched with essence and the essence was dripping. The mask was not thin and covered most parts of my face.

There’s no smell of avocado. The mask is moisturizing and I can feel my face hydrated. But maybe it is nourishing, my face is a little sticky after that.

I bought the mask at S$0.35 each on the Guardian 1 day sale. It was supposed to be 5 for S$4.50 which I considered quite cheap. I got a shock that it was only 35cents each when I made payment and I grabbed a few more pieces. I didn’t grab more as I never try out the mask before. But I regretted as it is definitely worth more than 35 cents.

Price: S$12.95 for a box of 10s
Where to buy: Guardian Pharmacy
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (for innovative as I don’t see this mask before)
Repurchase: Yes
Country of origin: Korea

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About Rei

A mother of 2 who loves travel, food, shopping, face mask and Sale!
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