Paper masks are huge business over in Asia and have been for many many years, it's quite a normal thing for teenagers over there to start using them at secondary school and it naturally becomes a weekly thing you do.
I have been using these types of masks since I was around 13!
A lot of people in the UK seem quite freaked out by them...the thought of putting a sheet mask over your face with cut out holes for your eyes.
However I think it's slowly catching on over here ...
Since it is catching on over here I thought I would introduce you to one of my favourite affordable Korean brands Innisfree.
They offer a huge range of masks from broccoli through to Manuka honey. My skin is very dry / dehydrated so having tried a lot of the different ones available Avocado and Shea Butter works the best on me.
Before I went away on holiday I was apply this mask daily and within the 3rd day I felt a difference in my skin already. You can tell if its working or not when you apply foundation...the product just glides on without any effort and I had no dry patched at all.
Price wise they do vary online so best to do a google search "innisfree sheet mask" and see what pops up but they vary between 80p - £1.10 a sheet obviously the more you buy the cheaper they cost.
Have any of you tried these types of masks before and would you be interested?
If there is a lot of interest I may run a Christmas give away for you to win a selection of masks!