Mini Review Monday: Mary Kay TimeWise Repair Lifting Bio-Cellulose Mask

Happy Monday Beauties!

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a Mini-Review Monday, but I’m back! This “Series” may not be every Monday as I don’t always have products to review, but I know you like these posts as much as I do!

Just a few weeks ago, Mary Kay Canada was kind enough to send me some of their Winter 2017 products. Included was the most amazing sheet mask I’ve ever tried. Read on for my mini-review.

TimeWise Repair Lifting Bio-Cellulose Mask (That’s a mouthful!)

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  • Price: $75.00 CAD for a pack of 4. ($18.75 each however they are not sold individually)
  • Where to purchase: Online or through your local Mary Kay Independent Representative
  • Pros: Fit of the mask itself, results
  • Cons: Price
  • Do I recommend this? ABSOLUTELY. I probably could have made a gigantic post about how amazing these sheet masks are, but I need to keep it short and sweet so you can hurry up and buy a pack of these. Yes, they are pricy (considering the majority of sheet masks I buy are under $5). But price-wise, they’re in-line with fancy high-end brands. The mask itself forms to your face beautifully, I literally ate ice cream while wearing it and it stayed stuck to my face without moving. Once removed, the essence had absorbed into my skin. The pack had extra essence leftover so I applied it to my face, neck and chest. You’re supposed to use this once to twice a week, and since I’ve gone through only 2 in 2 weeks, I’ve noticed a visible difference in the appearance of my skin. It honestly looks more lifted, plump and my overall complexion appears brighter. I’ll definitely be picking a pack up for every lady in my family for Christmas!

Have you tried this mask out yet? Let us know in the comments below!

Thanks for reading, and remember, you’re beautiful!

*I received this product free as a press sample. All opinions are my own.

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