REVIEW – I’m a real GIRA Mask (Rose Slippery Skin) by Beauty Chuck

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July 27, 2018 

Product: I’m a real GIRA Mask (Rose Slippery Skin) by Beauty Chuck
Date Applied: July 22, 2018
Time: 7:00 AM
Duration: 15 minutes

Before applying a layer of foundation, I decided to apply this Rose Mask. I hoped by applying this mask before applying make up would help the make up settle and look nicer on my skin.

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This is how the back looks like. The directions, instructions, and other informational things are mostly written in Korean. 

The packaging is recyclable and eco-friendly.

When you take it out of the packaging, the mask looks like this. I had to flip it inside out to unwrap the mask. 

I set the timer for 15 minutes with my iPhone.

This is how it looks like with the mask on. 

Feedback with mask on:

  • Sheet material feel light, thin, and soft on skin
  • The essence is light and not too sticky
  • Not as soothing as coconut but somewhat gentle

After 15 minutes, I took the mask off.

Feedback after taking off mask:

  • Good amount of essence left, not too much or too little
  • Very slight redness, so that good
  • Skin feels moisturized and cool

Did make up sit well after mask? 

  • Make up looks weird. It almost seemed like it was just sitting there and you can see its spotty. So that was disappointing. Maybe it’s me using it wrong, but I’ve seen videos from the company who distributes these masks have videos where the girl puts the masks on and applies make up after taking the mask off… hmm idk but that did not work out for me this time. 

My overall rating for I’m a Real GIRA Rose Mask is:

3/5

I got this mask from Facetory’s 4 sheet mask pack subscription service. So if you’re interested in trying it out too, please check out their website at https://www.facetory.com. This post is NOT sponsored. I’m not an expert in sheet masks, I’m just someone who likes it, is picky with about it, and wants to just leave a feedback. 

REVIEW – Bunnyhill Coconut Moisturizing Mask Pack

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Today I am going to give my feedback on Bunnyhill’s Coconut Moisturizing Mask Pack. According to the packaging, it’s:

  • Skin Matching
  • Hypoallergenic Mask
  • Moisturizing

“Coconut oil is absorbed quickly into the skin, so provide moisture and nourishment, and it helps skin to be healthy”

Yes, that “so” before “provide” is actually on the packaging. If I could edit, I would change it to:

“Coconut oil is absorbed quickly into the skin to provide moisture and nourishment, and it helps skin to be healthy”

How to Use Instructions: 

  1. After cleansing, dry face thoroughly
  2. Apply mask sheet onto the face
  3. Leave on for 15-20 minutes
  4. Remove mask and pat face with fingertips gently

Date Mask was applied: 07.16.2018
Time: 10:30PM
Left it on for: 15 min

My feedback of the mask out of the package:

  • This mask wasn’t as strangely tangled or wrapped in a too complicated manner. It took me good 10 seconds to gently unfold the mask to applicable form. 
  • ** Most sheet masks I’ve tried came packed in a way that was confusing to unwrap, but this was a lot easier, so I like!**

I took the mask like so

Put it on my face like this.

My feedback with the mask on: 

  • The sheet itself is so soft, gentle and smooth
  • Because it is coconut essence, it was very smoothing on my skin
    • My skin is usually super sensitive and turn red, itchy, and irritated easily, BUT my skin remained calm. There was no redness, itchiness, or irritation, which surprised me. 
  • The scent is very gentle, not overbearing

I set 15 minutes using Siri on my iPhone. 

~ 15 minutes later ~

Took the mask off after 15 minutes, patted the leftover essence into my face and neck area. 

After mask removal feedback:

  • No redness, itchiness, or irritation after removal
  • Skin feels so moisturized and healed
  • Face has that nice healthy glow

My overall rating for Bunnyhill’s Coconut Moisturizing Mask Pack is:

5/5

I got this mask from Facetory’s 4 sheet mask pack subscription service. So if you’re interested in trying it out too, please check out their website at https://www.facetory.com. This post is NOT sponsored. I’m not an expert in sheet masks, I’m just someone who likes it, is picky with about it, and wants to just leave a feedback. 

Time for Everything

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There’s always a best time for everything, including food.

Today, I will be talking about the best and worst time to consume certain foods.

1. BANANA

LUNCH: Strengthens immune system + improves skin
DINNER: Leads to mucus formation + disturbs digestion

2. APPLE

BREAKFAST: Lowers blood sugar + cholesterol levels
DINNER: Hard to digest + increases stomach acid

3. YOGURT

DINNER: Helps in faster digestion
BREAKFAST: Makes an empty stomach very acidic

4. TOMATO

BREAKFAST: Improves digestion + increases metabolism
DINNER: Causes stomach swelling

5. NUTS

LUNCH: Lowers the risk of blood pressure
DINNER: Leads to weight gain

6. ORANGE

SNACKS: Improves digestion + increases metabolism
BREAKFAST: Causes stomach irritation + gastritis

I hope this information will help you make informative decisions during meal times.