By Viella Galvez-Cui
Korean social networking beauty site (SNS) unpa. declared the Dewy Tree No Sebum Deep Mask, a mask from Dewy Tree Skin’s Deep Mask Series, as a winner in its 2017 Beauty Review. This line of sheet masks boast of having the papain enzyme, a natural exfoliator that smoothens skin by breaking down the dead skin cells in your face.
We only want what’s best for our beloved #glambabes, so we decided to review one of these well-reviewed masks out for you.
The No Sebum Deep Mask controls sebum levels while the Oil Less Deep Mask provides ample hydration for oily skin.
I decided to give the former a try for my combination/oily skin.
How it went:
The cottony soft mask was jam-packed with essence (so put it on quick!), and smelled cottony fresh, too.
Masks usually go too close to my lower lids and feel too heavy around my nostrils, but this lightweight mask fit well.
Tip: Deal with the excess by gently massaging the leftovers from the bottom of your neck UPWARD toward your jaw. Or, pat away the surplus with a cotton pad.
Normally, I steer clear of too much product in the day because my T-zone can feel heavily-laden with dirt after a few hours.
I chose to use the mask in the morning to see how my face would fare throughout the day.
The mask left a dewy sheen hours after removing it, and I found that the redness around my T-zone had faded, that way I only needed to conceal my undereyes and around my nose.
Despite a full day out, my face didn’t feel caked with dirt at all.
The verdict: Sheet masks are so easy to use and are perfect for shooting many pampering steps with one stone (i.e. use while in the bath, or better, in the sauna/while getting a manipedi/during the final half of a full body massage/sitting in front of the TV), they can eliminate the need to go thru a daily morning and evening skincare ritual.