Thursday, 25 August 2016

My First Time Using Beauty Stones Green Tea Facial Mask

What a joy it is to relax at home! After a long day at work I love being able to grab a mask, a glass of wine, and read a book in silence. Yesterday I treated myself to a mini facial with the Green Tea Facial Mask from Beauty Stones. A huge THANK YOU to the Beauty Stones team for sending me this mask for review.

There are lots of interesting products on the Beauty Stones website and I like that you can see the prices in different currencies. I find it sometimes difficult to determine how much a product really is because most websites don't display prices in Canadian Dollars. 

The Green Tea mask contains:

  • Green tea extract combats acne and unwanted blemishes
  • Hyaluronic acid replenishes the moisture your skin lost
  • Antioxidants reach deep into pores to reinvigorates, soothes, and conditions tired, irritated skin
  • Evens the skin tone and reduce inflammation for a healthy glow
I liked the fibre sheet compared to the traditional sheet mask materials. Sure, it looked like I had saggy old lady skin, but I felt like my skin absorbed more of the serum with the fibre sheet. My first impression after opening the packet was how soft the fibre mask was. I thought the eye holes were too small and I was worried that I was going to get serum in my eyes! Even though the eye holes were small, I didn't mind that the mask covered every inch of under eye area and went past my eyebrows. The serum was gentle enough that it didn't cause any irritation. Luckily I didn't get any serum in my eyes and the small holes weren't too uncomfortable. The mask was supposed to stay on for 20-30 minutes, but it felt good so I took a little snooze! When I woke up the fibre mask was dry and the serum was completely absorbed into my skin. It felt incredibly smooth! I'm happy to include Beauty Stones masks in my regular masking routine :)

If you would like to learn more about Beauty Stones, check out their website at

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