In the A-Z of skincare, M is our favorite. When asked to choose between an evening of masking and a boozey social obligation, we’d opt to unbox our bottomless mask kitty any day. Speaking of which, guess who’s joined the bandwagon of sheet masks. Garnier Skin Naturals dropped the newest generation of tissue masks on our work desks and they were our ticket to heaven amidst chasing deadlines on hectic workdays.
Before we begin our rant on why these beauties are worth your attention, here’s what sets serum masks apart from its peers. Can’t mask as frequently as our Korean counterparts? One mask is soaked with enough serum for an entire week! No more feeling guilty about your Sundays-only masking ritual.
For Dull Skin
We all know how gorgeous the Sakura, more commonly known as the Japanese Rose, is. But did you know that this variety of Cherry Blossom is rich in antioxidants that help undo the damage pollution does to your skin on a regular basis? Perfect for dull lacklustre skin, just fifteen minutes with the Garnier Skin Naturals Sakura White Serum Mask
repairs damaged natural cells, making skin shinier than before. A pinkish, lit-from-within glow awaits you, my love!
For Dehydrated Skin
Skin so parched, you could might as well be a reptile? If no amount of moisture replenishing products has helped till now, here’s the hydra bomb your skin needs. The Garnier Skin Naturals Hydra Bomb Serum Mask
is blessed with the super-hydrating goodness of Pomegranate. The Punicic Acid and Oleic Acid present in the seed oil of the fruit hydrates thirsty skin and decreases roughness. Pom-pom-pomegranate…
For Pigmented Skin
Hate it when even the most harmless occasional pimple leaves a memory behind? Talk about the frustration of tough-to-erase dark spots. Well, looks like your knight is shining (read yellow) armour is here. The Garnier Skin Naturals Light Complete Serum Mask
is blessed with the lightening properties of our favorite citrus superstar, Lemon. Also making a surprise appearance is Vitamin C, the anti-pigmentation warrior since time immemorial. Spotless skin, here we come.