The Face Shop Goodies || Sheet Masks, Essence + more!

The Face Shop

Today’s featured brand is The Face Shop! As many of you know, The Face Shop is a Korean-based beauty and skincare brand with many stores across North America. Some of their most popular products include sheet masks, creams and essences that feature unconventional ingredients such as bee venom! For today’s post, I’ll be sharing (and reviewing!) a few face masks and samples I received with my purchase! If you want to see how I like these products, check out the rest of this post!

The Face Shop Review 

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I love The Face Shop but unbeknownst to me, it was about to be my lucky day. With the purchase of only two face masks, I received quite a few sample products and the cutest Mickey Mouse gift set. I’m not so sure what was so special about this particular day but I’m definitely not complaining and I got to try out a few new products in the process.

The Face ShopLets start with my favourite: sheet masks! I love sheet masks because they instantly hydrate and plump my skin like no other. My skin can get very dry so it’s really nice to have something like this to bring back the hydration that my skin so desperately needs. The only downside with sheet masks is that they can be a bit excessive. Even when I distribute the infused serum down my neck and chest, there is still so much product leftover.The Face Shop

Belif Hungarian Water Essence

Next up, Belif’s Hungarian Water Essence. I’ve heard so many awesome things about essences so I was very curious to see how this would perform. Did it live up to my expectation? Yes! I couldn’t believe how quickly this serum-esque absorbed into my skin and how good it made my skin feel. The only downside to this product is that I’m afraid it can be wasteful due to the bottle design. Hopefully, this issue is only with the sample size version because the full size is quite pricey ($51).

Belif True Cream Aqua Bomb

The second sample product by Belif I received was their True Cream Aqua bomb. I loved the texture and smell of this product but performance wise, it didn’t do much for my skin. This would be a great cream for very oily skin but not for combination and dry skin types. It’s also quite pricey at $47.

Disney Face Shop

And last but not least, The Face Shop’s Mickey Mouse Mascara and Eyeliner Gift Set! First off, how cute is this packaging. I still can’t believe I was lucky enough to receive one of these in store. I was kindly told that these were discontinued but are still available online! Packaging alone 10/10, product performance 7/10. The eyeliner is very stiff which I’m not a fan of but the mascara was great!

 Have you tried the Face Shop? What’s your favourite product? Let me know in the comments below!

See you in my next post!

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