Review: BioRepublic Skincare Pomegranate Crush Illuminating Fiber Sheet Mask

The last of the BioRepublic Skincare sheet masks that I have left to try. I’m just hoping that my next Marshalls or TJ MAXX trip I will find their Aloe Rescue set of three. For now, it’ll the last sheet mask I will try from this brand. I love love the smell of Pomegranate for one so I already had a feeling that I’ll love this sheet mask. It smelled like a sweet pomegranate and it wasn’t sticky which was a plus in my books. I find that citrus masks are usually kind of sticky. I did my double cleanse and toner before applying this onto my face. I left it on for about twenty minutes before taking it off. It definitely left my skin looking dewy like it claims to do “illuminating”. Overall, I think I prefer this one and the green tea detox one over the cucumber breeze. I highly recommend these considering they are $4.99 a piece so head over to your local Marshalls / TJ MAXX in search for these!

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: BioRepublic Skincare Cucumber Breeze Soothing Fiber Sheet Mask

If you read my previous morning post, then you can probably guess where I purchased this sheet mask as well. I was lucky enough to spot three different kind of BioRepublic fiber sheet masks at my local Marshalls. Going with my theme, since I used a BioRepublic sheet mask in the morning. I wanted to use one during the night and I chose the Cucumber Breeze as it claims to calm and rejuvenate the skin. After, my double cleanse and toner I placed this sheet mask onto my face. Again, you have to be careful when opening this sheet mask or you might just tear it apart. It smelled like a cucumber and was drenched in essence. I left the sheet mask on for about twenty minutes before removing it. I rubbed the excess essence into my skin. It wasn’t as tacky as other sheet masks I’ve tried so that was good. It definitely, did a good job at hydrating my skin though not so sure about calming my face? I mean I’m always calm and relaxed when I have time for a sheet mask.

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: BioRepublic Skincare Green Tea Detox Purifying Fiber Mask

I just wanted to say I picked up this sheet mask (set of three) at my local Marshalls / TJ MAXX for $3.99 when this set retails for $14.95 alone on their website. So if you happen to be a skincare / sheet mask junkie like me, go check out your local Marshalls / TJ MAXX to see if they have them. Mine had a couple of these laying around and the best part is that they don’t expire till 2020 well, for me at least. You are saving yourself $10.96 if you were to get these online instead. If you were to buy one it would be $4.99 so getting three at $3.99 is a deal you can’t pass on!

I decided to use this sheet mask today, but I did something different. Instead of my usual double cleanse and then toner, I literally did all my skincare routine steps and stopped after applying my serum. I then, placed this sheet mask onto my face. I love the smell of the green tea it just smells heavenly to me. The sheet mask was heavily saturated with essence so that’s a plus and it adhere onto the skin very well too. However, I did find that you have to be super careful with this sheet mask or you’ll end up ripping it. It’s much more delicate than other sheet masks I’ve tried out there for sure. I left it on for about twenty minutes before taking it off and it did wonders for my skin. It hydrated my skin, although it did claim to remove excess sebum but I didn’t really notice anything. But my skin felt super clean and hydrated and that’s what I usually look for in a sheet mask.

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.