I just did a review on Feelre Spa Royal Jelly Mask and now I’m going to review on the Sake version.
I feel thirsty looking at the packaging of the mask.
“The Japan Kagoshima volcanic hot natural mineral water renovation is alkaline ionized water and remove contaminated skin care with keratin care, smooth skin care with pores by moisture shields for skin.” -Extracted exact same words from the packaging. I know the sentences sound weird. Maybe it’s direct translation from Korean.
Feelre Spa Sake Mask sheet contains 30% of Japan’s Kagoshima hot spring water which helps to create a shiny, bouncy and healthy looking skin.
The Sake extract abundant in vitamins, amino acids and minerals, helps calm the trouble skin and create a soft moist skin.
Unless the Feelre Spa Royal Jelly Mask, this Sake version does not cover the eyes. I can do my own things while I put the face mask on.
The mask was soaked with essence but did not drip. I placed on my face for about 15 minutes. It is lightly scented. After removal of the mark, my face was wet with remaining essence and I had to massage them onto my face. However, as the remaining essence leftover on my face was too much, I just let it dry up on its own. Hence, my skin was deeply moisturized by the essence.
Other than the moisturizing effect, I cannot feel other difference. However, isn’t moisturizing the skin one of the most important results that we want to see in a facial mask?
Price: <S$2 per piece
Where to buy: Guardian Health & Beauty
Rating: 2.5 out of 5
Country of origin: Korea