Product review Beauty Basics: Skinella face masks

More than anything else, sheet masks are fun. They hydrate well and plump up the skin in a jiffy.

Published: 16th May 2021 05:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th May 2021 12:30 PM   |  A+A-

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More than anything else, sheet masks are fun. They hydrate well and plump up the skin in a jiffy. Skinella’s new range of sheet masks are made with biodegradable cellulose sheets. The fig and green maple variant is for deep nourishment, while the manuka honey and Vitamin C sheet mask provides vibrancy, the brand claims. There are others too. 

The serum penetrates deeply into the skin and offers maximum absorption. The effect does not last long, but as a quick pick-me-up, these masks are great.

Moving on from the skin to the lips, the brand’s lip butter are well-priced. We tried the Mirabelle Plum, and Strawberry options, both of which keep lips fairly moisturised with their semi-thick consistency. For those with dry lips, you may need repeated application. We recommend using the product on the dry part of your elbows, knees, and feet too. For best results, apply right after you’ve taken a shower. 

Manuka honey and vitamin C radiance boost face mask
Fig and green maple deep nourishing sheet mask
Price: Rs 99 each

Mirabelle Plum Lip Butter
Strawberry Lip Butter
Price: Rs 125 each 

Availability:; select leading portals


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