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I was really excited to try this brand new sheet mask from Sarah Chapman mainly because I have heard great things about the products and also because I have never ever tried anything from the brand until now! I honestly don’t know how that has happened and I feel like quite a bad beauty blogger having to admit that. Anyway, that’s over now because I have tested out the new Sarah Chapman Skinesis 3D Moisture Infusion Mask and gotten on very well indeed!
I am going to put this straight out there – this is an absolutely brilliant product! It is a therapeutic strength bio-cellulose mask designed to hydrate, soothe and plump the skin and impart a radiant glow. Excellent! It contains some very potent active ingredients – Pentavitin, Skinasensyl Tetrapeptide, Low Molecular Weight Hyaluronic acid, Defensil-Plus, Rose Water, Sepitonic M3 – alongside a triple action multimineral energising complex of zinc, copper and magnesium.
These ingredients combine to fully hydrate, improve moisture retention, optimise cell respiration, inhibit glycation (stiffening of protein fibres in the skin), reduce redness and pigmentation, volumise the skin and restore its natural barrier.
The mask is really easy to use. You tear open the packet, pull it out and unfold it, then take off the top and bottom layers. You then smooth the mask over the face. It hugs the contours of the face really easily and you can opt whether you cover the eyes are not. I decided to cover the eyes. I am very sorry about these next photos!
You are supposed to leave Sarah Chapman Skinesis 3D Moisture Infusion on for 10-15 minutes. I laid on my bed with my eyes closed and it felt so great that I wanted to keep it there as long as possible. I think it was about 25 minutes. When I removed it, I just massaged in the excess serum.
I absolutely loved the instant result this mask gave. My skin was plump with moisture, my pores seemed smaller and it felt soft, smooth and comfortable. I think the most remarkable thing was what it did to the deeper lines I have around my mouth. They appeared much shallower and felt shallower to the touch. And I am talking significantly shallower – not that I can measure, but I really wish I could! I think the results were comparable to a professional facial for sure.
Sarah Chapman Skinesis 3D Moisture Infusion Masks are available at Space NK. They are £39 for 4 and I think definitely worth the investment if you want your skin to look extra special and fast!
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