I have a product rave and that’s the SANA Namerakahonpo Moist Sheet Mask. Good things about this mask: it’s instantly hydrating and so convenient in a way that these large-format value pack sheet masks tend not to be. No resealable bag to fiddle, no thick wad of sheets sticking together, no tissue-thin sheet tearing; just open the flip-top lid, pull a sheet out, and it’s ready to use. No need to carefully unfold or peel apart. The sheet is designed to stretch to fit various face sizes and it’s saturated with enough serum without anything oozing out (it’s just tad wetter than wet wipes).
The 5-minute sheet mask tackles dehydration with Namerakahonpo’s signature soy isoflavones, soy protein, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin C. It has all the hydrating properties of one of those regular sheet masks, but without the filminess or stickiness so you can use it during the day while getting ready. The immediate effect is a bit like adding water to dried mushrooms. Creases smoothed over, crepey areas vanished, skin is more plumped up, slight redness faded away. I can’t think of anything I don’t like about this mask. It’s a pack of nice, no-frills sheet masks for daily use that does what it says on the packet.
I’d say it’s definitely one to try, especially if you’re often strapped for time. This is an excellent option for a quick pick-me-up when you just don’t have time (or can’t be bothered) to commit to a regular sheet mask (that you leave on for 15 to 20 minutes). Simply pop one on for 5 minutes while you’re blowdrying your hair, washing dishes, folding laundry, then fold the sheet up and use it to gently swipe and pat over your face, neck, and décolleté area. (You can leave it on for slightly longer but, it does start to dry out.) The mask provides enough moisture for my normal skin that I don’t need to apply anything else — just the mask then a sunscreen/primer if it’s in the day.