Mask Monday: Timeless Truth Glacial Snow Algae Bio Cellulose Mask
I am really struggling with dry skin at the mo, and I’m layering up all the products to try and reduce that horrid, tight feeling that comes with parched skin. Consequently, I’ve been reaching for sheet masks a lot more frequently and I’m so pleased I decided to give the Timeless Truth Glacial Snow Algae Bio Cellulose Mask a go, as it’s easily one of the best ones I’ve tried for drastically improving hydration levels.
As you can see in the picture, it’s generously sized, so if you have a long face like me then you won’t struggle to make it fit, and can easily fold over parts that are too baggy to ensure a clean fit that provides even hydration. I’m wearing eye patches underneath the mask which are the more opaque white parts under the eye. The huge plus of the Timeless Truth Glacial Snow Algae Bio Cellulose Mask is that it is really rich and creamy, with lots of lovely hyaluronic acid to provide some serious hydration. I applied this and left it for around an hour, finding my skin had really drunk up all the moisturising serum after use. My skin felt and looked plump, soothed and hydrated after use, and these effects were still obvious for a couple of days after use. My favourite way to use a hydrating sheet mask is to start with a gentle chemical exfoliant (I used the REN AHA Tonic) then follow with a really moisturising mask to reap the benefits. This is by far one of my favourite sheet masks for a while, and even though it’s a little more expensive than is ideal at around £8 per mask, it’s definitely a decent investment and a good example of getting what you pay for. Find them here – link – where single sheets are £7.40 and a five pack is £35.15.