Review: Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Hydrogel Mask

 Similar to the other one I just reviewed this is a hydrating one which is so wonderful. It’s super drenched in essence but it doesn’t drip when it is applied onto your face though. It comes with X amount of essence that you can use later with a sheet of cotton. It leaves my dry skin super hydrated and not flaky. I love the scent of it as well. I think these are great hydrogel masks for the price you pay. I hope they come out with more sheet masks for different purposes for the skin. Please go pick them up if you can find them at your local store because they are definitely worth checking out. I highly recommend them.

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: Neutrogena Deep Clean Purifying Hydrogel Mask

I’ve gone through quite a couple of these hydrogel mask and they are absolutely wonderful considering they are about $2.50-$2.59 at Walmart / Target. I do my double cleanse and than apply toner before applying this mask onto my face. And let me tell you, it’s overly drenched in essence since it is a hydrogel mask. It comes in two separate pieces one for the forehead, eyes, and nose and than the second one covering the mouth and chin area of your face. Be careful when opening it as you may spill the essence while trying to take the sheet mask out but that is okay, since I usually apply these masks over the sink so the essence doesn’t get anywhere. Or maybe, I’m just clumsy so it does get everywhere for me. It’s ultra hydrating and leaves my skin glowing. I feel like the hydrogel masks in general, hydrates the skin more because it’s not a sheet mask and the jelly texture is to die for haha. I also love the smell of the seaweed extract.

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.