Mask Monday: Garnier Moisture Bomb Pomegranate Hydrating Mask


I’ve had a few of these Garnier sheet masks floating around and I’ve been wanting to try one for ages, but I’m funny about sheet masks and really have to be in the mood to use one.  The time eventually came around last weekend and the first mask I wanted to try was the Garnier Moisture Bomb Pomegranate Hydrating Mask, as I’ve heard nothing but great things and I wanted to see if it lived up to the hype!


The Garnier Moisture Bomb Pomegranate Hydrating Mask is a really well designed sheet mask, that’s absolutely saturated in product, whilst the tissue mask itself has enough give so you can make it fit – particularly handy if you’re long-faced like me.  I used this as the final step in a really heavy duty facial (check out what I used here) and it did the perfect job of intensely soothing and hydrating my skin so it looked and felt calm, plump and really well moisturised without any grease or unnecessary residue.  I left it on for around an hour and the additional time really allowed the product to soak in.  The only thing I don’t like about it is that it’s got quite a strong fragrance that doesn’t really fit in with the product and certainly doesn’t seem to be an essential part of the skincare element, so that’s disappointing, but as long as you don’t have an issue with fragrance then you’ll be fine.  The Garnier Moisture Bomb Pomegranate Hydrating Mask is definitely one of the better sheet masks I’ve tried, providing a really good dose of hydration in a comfortable-to-wear mask.  It’s also a bargain at £2.99 (currently £1.99 at Boots here – link) and there are a few different varieties available depending on your skincare needs; I notice there are After Sun versions so I’ll pick up a couple to take away with me.

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