Sheet masks are going nowhere quick and for avid fans such as myself this is nothing but good news, especially with skincare giants such as Origins and even Boots getting in on the action, finding quick and easy skin solutions has never been easier. The other wonderful aspect about sheet masks becoming more main stream is that the once costly express skin treatment is far more pocket money friendly; the new Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Masks - yes from the King of face masks - are just £5 and with no less than six varieties to choose from their is something for every complexion. Let me give you the low down on each mask....
I know it really doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things as sheet masks are single use - twice if you are lucky products - but isn't the bold, abstract, floral design of each pouch rather beautiful? If that isn't enough to grab your attention towards the Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Masks, perhaps the fact that both the packaging and the physical mask itself are constructed from 100% recycled and eco-friendly materials such as Bamboo - every little helps after all. The mask itself is well made, generously sized and comfortable; let's put it this way if it can cover my moon face with ease, the average user will encounter no problems.
As mentioned above there are six versions of the Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Masks and over the last week and a half, I have tried each one out for research purposes mainly but I'd be lying if I said it wasn't an enjoyable and all round pampering event.
Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Mask in Orange Flower
We are slowly, tip-toeing out of Winter and into Spring but after months of endless grey skies, howling winds and artificial heat, I will assume I am not the one with a dull complexion? Before you splash out on endless lotions and potions, why not try this £5 quick fix that will quickly and effectively jolt your skin back to life, all the while gently infusing your skin with an additional layer of moisture. I should also add that as the name suggests, this particular mask has a gently but sunny, citrus fragrance.
Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Mask in Violet
A delicately floral yet sweetly scented mask that is great for skin that is dull, dry and/or perhaps fatigued - it quickly soothes, moisturises and plumps the skin for a fresher and altogether refreshed complexion. This is the mask I would personally reach for a long haul flight or to perk up dull skin after a sleepless night for whatever reason...yes that does include a hangover.
Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Mask in Rose
Yes all six sheet masks within the range will hydrate the skin but if you need something a little more intense, to really quench dried out and somewhat stressed complexions, this is the mask you should call upon. As you'd imagine, much like any sheet mask it instantly cools the skin but as it contains rose essence (this is also what scents the mask too), it really caters to skin that has been pushed to the very limit, all free from worry of further aggravating the skin.
Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Mask in Raspberry
Sometimes all you want from a sheet mask is to feel a little more awake; perhaps you've been at the gym and want to quickly calm flushed skin, or maybe you have had a particularly sleepy Sunday and want to prepare for the week ahead? In either scenario the zesty, Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Mask in Raspberry is the mask for you - I'd also imagine this to be nothing but heavenly on the face after an afternoon spent at the beach.
Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Mask in Jasmine
As the title suggests this mask will gently infuse the skin with a skin softening infusion of Jasmine Flower so that skin is deeply moisturised and soft to the touch. I will be entirely honest in saying that this is a fairly basic mask in that it doesn't do much else than cool and moisturise but sometimes that is all you need.
Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Mask in Lavender
Every now and then my skin has what I call a freak out - it doesn't necessarily break out but it does become tight, itchy and uncomfortable. Before sheet masks came along, I would find myself lying down with a wet flannel on my face to calm and comfort my skin but the real skin benefits were minimal. Now for those very occasions I have Origins Flower Fusion Hydrating Sheet Mask in Lavender, the sleepy fragrance not only helps me to unwind but the essence soothes, comforts and
gently calms stressed out complexions - I can't think of a better mask for a pre-bedtime treat.
Admittedly £5 is a little more costly than the average Korean sheet mask but from a brand renowned for both their masks and skincare, I do think they are a snip and great for a weekly treat, and with Origins stores and stockist readily available you will never need to search high and low again for a great sheet mask.
You can find all six varieties here for £5 each - link.