A while ago, a friend was making a Sasa.com order and I decided to piggyback to help make up the amount needed for free shipping. My order (or maybe it was one of it… I forget! :P ) was a box of Face Q Ocean + Aloe sheet masks. I can’t even remember how much it was now – US$12+ for 10? There goes the old grey cells…
I’m about halfway through the box, before I realised that Hey! I haven’t told all of you about it! Its addictive you know, blogging. I am forever going places thinking “Ooh that might be a nice topic to talk about” or “Oh lookee! I think they’d like to read about THAT!” :)
So anyway, Face Q Sheet Masks. I’m probably one of the last in the world to know about these. I know I was with My Beauty Diary masks :P I have it on good authority (Kathi of Lotuspalace) that Face Q sheet masks and My Beauty Diary sheet masks are made by the same manufacturer and apparently due to the cuteness factor (and price – Face Q is cheaper than My Beauty Diary) it is now a top seller in Taiwan.
There are a few similarities. The sheet masks are packaged the same way – individual sheet masks folded with a sheet of glossy paper and they come in a few “flavours”. However, those were the only similarities I spotted. Here’s what I thought of the Face Q Ocean + Aloe Mask.