Review: Baroness Purifying Lily Flower Mask Sheet

The last of my flower mask sheet from baroness. I enjoyed the previous flower masks so I know I would love these one as well. The claims on this mask is to provide moisture and smoothness to the skin like the other masks sheet I’ve tried. They are well drenched in essence and is paper cloth sheet mask that adheres to the skin super well. It’s always cooling once applied onto cleaned skin. It smelled like a floral scent but I don’t really know what a Lily flower is suppose to smell like so I’m unsure on how accurate the scent is but if anyone knows, please let me know (: I’ll really appreciate it. I left this sheet mask on for about twenty minutes before removing it off of my face. I rubbed the excess essence into my skin and let it sit for a bit. It left my face feeling moisture and smooth without any residue. I recommend these sheet masks as well as they are only $1.90 a piece and they smell good.

FTC: This blog post is not sponsored and I bought everything with my own money. All images are my own unless stated otherwise. All opinions are my own.

Review: Baroness Revitalizing Peony Flower Mask Sheet

During my morning routine, I always double cleanse and use toner before applying a sheet mask as that is what most masks would usually state before applying the sheet mask on. This mask smelly really good but I’m not quite sure if it smells exactly like a peony but it’s definitely a pleasant scent though. The mask was drenched in essence and once applied to the face it felt very cooling in the morning and it wakes you up. This claims to be revitalizing and provide moisture and smoothness to the skin like the other masks from this brand claims to do. I left it on for about twenty minutes before removing it. I rubbed in the excess essence and it left my skin feeling hydrated and dewy no sticky residue or anything. It matches up to it’s claim like always.

FTC: This blog post is not sponsored and I bought everything with my own money. All images are my own unless stated otherwise. All opinions are my own.

Review: Baroness Wrinkle Care Rose Flower Mask Sheet

Continuing with the flower mask sheet I’m using this one that is for wrinkle care tonight. It claims to provide moisture and smoothness to the skin. It was heavily drenched in essence and is the same paper cloth face mask material. It smelled like some sort of floral scent but does not smell like roses to me but that’s just my personal opinion. It’s very cooling on the skin and has a pleasant scent. I left this mask on for about fifteen minutes before removing it. I rubbed the excess essence into the skin and let it absorb. I rubbed the excess essence all over my body. It did not leave any sticky residue or anything. It definitely left my skin feeling super hydrated and dewy though. I’m not so sure about the wrinkle care as I think I would have to continue to use this product to see if it works or not.

FTC: This blog post is not sponsored and I bought everything with my own money. All images are my own unless stated otherwise. All opinions are my own.

Review: Baroness Soothing Calendula Flower Mask Sheet

I also bought this and upcoming flower mask sheet from Forever 21.Β This sheet mask claims to be soothing for irritated skin and to provide moisture to the skin. It smelled super pleasant but from my own personal opinion, I’m not sure what a Calendula flower smells like so I can’t say but it smells really good and floral. The sheet mask is a paper cloth mask that was very cooling on the skin and adheres to it well. It was heavily drenched in essence as well. I left this sheet mask on for about twenty minutes before removing it. I patted in the excess essence into the skin and it left no residue or anything like that. It definitely hydrated my dry areas and brighten up my complexion due to the essence. It lived up to it’s claim, and I look forward to trying out a few more of these flower mask sheet from Baroness.

FTC: This blog post is not sponsored and I bought everything with my own money. All images are my own unless stated otherwise. All opinions are my own.