MEDIHEAL N.M.F Aquaring Ampoule Mask EX
I was very excited to try out one of MEDIHEAL’s most popular sheet mask today. I’ve seen this on a log of online blogs and articles that I had to give it a try. I got this sheet mask in a variety set of 20 here on Amazon a few months ago. Here’s what I think of the MEDIHEAL N.M.F Aquaring Ampoule Mask EX.
First thoughts? Looking on their website, the version there is REX instead of EX so maybe the one I have is being put out of production for a newer, updated version. This is the description online for the REX version: “N.M.F (Natural Moisturizing Factor), Sodium Hyaluronate, and Witch Hazel Water quench thirsty, dry skin, while Allantoin with Trehalose support a tightening and lifting effect. The Bamboo Cellulose sheet forms a tight fit over the skin to ensure maximum delivery of the essence. As the mask dries, it turns white and contracts, providing a slight tightening effect.” The sheet mask I have is made of a silky cellulose fiber, as stated on the back of the packet. Not sure if it’s bamboo cellulose or not though. I read that this is one of the most moisturizing sheet masks from this brand, leaving faces plump and hydrated. I placed an almost dripping wet sheet mask on my face and kept it on there until it was mostly dry to the touch. The upper lip area dried completely first followed by my chin area then the forehead area. The cheeks area was still damp when I took it off. I rubbed whatever is left on the sheet mask onto my arms and elbows. My face felt hydrated after use. I find that this dries down pretty well and the slight tackiness was easy to layer over with my face moisturizer.
Any negatives? At this point, I have 3 more of these to use up to see if it will definitely be on my repurchase list. It’s a good contender from this brand as it dries down very nicely compared to almost everything I’ve tried so far from them. My face feels plump and looks healthy immediately after use.
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