Must Try Hydrating Sheet Masks

With my skin feeling the effects of the dry winter months I recently decided to give some hydrating sheet masks a try.  I love the convenience and ease of using sheet masks compared to using a regular application mask as there is less mess to deal with and it usually just takes seconds to apply.

Must Try Hydrating Sheet Masks


Must Try Hydrating Sheet Masks

  1. Burt’s Bees Hydrating Sheet Mask: Made with mostly natural ingredients they are infused with Kiwi extract, Clary Sage and Willow Bark.  You smooth the mask over your face and wait five minutes, then remove the mask and massage any excess formula into the skin. No rinsing needed. I found my skin felt really soft and fully moisturized after applying. (Available at mass market retailers)
  2. Rodial Snake Oxygenating & Cleansing Bubble Mask: I love trying out detoxifying masks. This mask is designed to help remove dirt and dead skin cells. It contains purifying bamboo charcoal, collagen, ceramide and vitamins A&E. After applying you can feel the bubbles forming and rising. Wait time is 10-15 minutes and then you have to rinse your skin with water after removing the mask. I like how my skin feels super clean and bright after using this. I had to follow with a moisturizing cream to ensure my skin wasn’t too dry. (Available at Murale and
  3. Rodial Vitamin C Energizing Face Mask: This is a great mask to use before you apply makeup when you have an event to attend, or you want your skin to look plumped and fresh. This mask contains vitamin C, vitamin b3, amino acids and hyaluronic acid to help rejuvenate your skin. You leave the mask on for 10-15 minutes and then remove and massage excess serum into the skin, no rinsing required. I love how you get an instant lift, and your skin glows and appears more plumped. (Available at Murale and
  4. Shiseido Benefiance Pure Retinol Revitalizing Face Mask: This mask comes split into two packages, one for the upper half of the face and the other one for the lower half. It is supposed to hydrate your skin while helping improve your skin’s texture and it contains liquid retinol and anti-photo wrinkle system with chlorella plant extract. You have to clean your skin before use and then after applying; you leave it on for 15 minutes. When you are done you then smooth any remaining emulsion into your skin (no rinsing required). I used this one at night time as your skin is a bit more sensitive to the sun after applying retinol products. I found my skin felt soft and moisturized after and I noticed it in the morning as well. (Available at Hudson Bay Company, Nordstrom, Shopper’s Drug Mart, London Drugs and more)

Must Try Hydrating Sheet Masks

I love that you can use sheet masks to help you cleanse your face, hydrate your skin and make it feel refreshed and plump. You can try a mask that best suits your skin care routine.

Have you ever tried a sheet mask before? What are your thoughts?

Disclosure: This is a partnered post. However, all opinions and views on this post are 100% my own.

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Angela V

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Hi, my name is Angela van Tijn and I live in Vancouver, Canada with my wonderful husband, our two boys and our puppy. I am the founder and primary contributor behind One Smiley Monkey. Welcome to my blog!

10 responses to “Must Try Hydrating Sheet Masks”

  1. i actually had no idea burts bees had a sheet mask! i really want to try it out. I love their products

  2. These all sound very lovely. I’d like to try every single 1 of them. I find that masks make your skin feel amazing.

  3. They sound great, didn’t even know about the hydrating sheet masks until I read this posting. Thanks so much for keeping your followers informed. I’ll be looking for them next time at the pharmacy.

  4. I have tried face masks before but not these brands, I do like the Rodial (instant lift sounds great) and I also like Burt Bee’s products.

  5. I like using sheet masks for moisturizing and skin hydration. I had no idea that Burt Bee’s had a sheet mask.

  6. I have never ever tried a face mask before, I have bought some, but they are still in the package, going to have to try them

  7. I tried a sheet mask once. My skin felt great afterward. My kids thought I looked really silly with it on. lol!

  8. I’m really susceptible to breakouts so I’ve always avoided them… I’d be interested to know if anyone with my skin type has ever tried any with success?

  9. These sound like an easy method of hydrating your facial skin.

  10. If I was to try one of these sheet masks I do believe that I’d try those from Burt Bee’s first, they have a good reputation.

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