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Review + Giveaway: Lovemore Japan Soymilk Enzyme Moisturizing & Soothing Mask

Soy foods have been known to be beneficial to women and are the best defenses against diseases. One of the common types of soy food will be soymilk, something that I love drinking too! Which brings me to what I'm going to share with you today: Lovemore Japan Soymilk Enzyme Moisturizing & Soothing Mask :)

What makes this stands out from the rest is the super 4 upgrade, allowing you to get more benefits in just a short time frame ;)
It includes:
1. More Hydrating: Patented SYN® HYCAN
Enriched with SYN® HYCAN, giving a better moisturizing effect than traditional Hyaluronic acid!

2. Intense Moisture: Microemulsions
Essences are break down to smaller molecules for better absorption - skin will be healthier and brighter.

3. Best Fitting: Japan Soft Mask
0.02mm feathery soft mask, with skin-friendly ergonomic cut to have a better fit on skin!

4. Deep penetration: Zero Osmotic Pressure
Increase the asborbability, 5x more efficient than normal skin care. Effortlessly pamper your skin.

Before applying any type of masks, it's good to use a toner first to remove any excess oil/dirt that your cleanser didn't, and this preps your skin for the next step, allowing better absorption of vitamins/minerals,etc! :)
In addition to the points mentioned above, these mask sheets are 100% natural plus it has low acidity, non-colouring, alcohol free and non-comedogenic, which makes it environment friendly & gentle on the skin!
Did you notice the cute envelop packaging too? ;)

Back to the review, once I opened it, I notice a sweet scent which resembles soymilk & candy, a plus point for someone who love light scents from skincare/beauty products(like me)! Each mask sheet comes with a plastic film which allows unfolding and application of the mask to be easier. Being 0.02mm thin and with side cuts, the mask adheres onto my face perfectly and allows better absorption. Moreover, it stays moist throughout the 20mins of application to prevent osmosis from happening and increases the effectiveness of the mask.

I noticed that this mask contains alot of serum so it tends to drip when you're in the process of putting it on your face. I have the tendency of doing it in my room so I can take pictures of it but this really mess up my table so it's best to do it in the bathroom. Plus, I had to be really careful with the mask sheet as it tears easily, notice the whole patch near my ear? I tore that part when I was unfolding it even when I have really short nails, so be extra careful when unfolding and putting it on your face ;)

After 20 minutes, I notice a brightening effect and skin feels supple. The leftover serum is also easily absorbed without feeling sticky like most masks do. With a good night's sleep, I woke up to softer skin; it would be great to use this regularly for better effects!

I have combination skin with sensitive skin around cheek areas due to some aftereffects of medical products, so the mask did not cause any discomfort, in fact I love how good it smells and how it moisturises my skin without making it look oily on the tzone areas :)

Last but not least, before I discard the packaging, I would usually check if there's any leftover serum, you can see that there's actually quite an amount left, so if you happen to be using this mask too, don't throw it away! Seal it and keep it in the fridge for your next mask session!:)
Interested to try this? You can get them from online or from stores at $8.90 per box(5pieces!)
Thanks to for the chance to try out such a wonderful mask to share with my awesome readers ^^

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Before I end this post, I would be giving away 2 sheets of this mask to 2 lucky winners!
All you have to do is:
1. Like "IICandy"
2. And then "like" the post about this giveaway :)

It's that simple! I wouldn't want you to leave your email; I have had lots of junk emails because of that so I wouldn't want that to happen to you too. Anyway, it'll be open till 17th Sept, will announce winners on the 18th Sept! :) 

Congrats to Nancy Ling & Cindy Kho! Your items have been mailed out on 25th September:)


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