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Review: Lovemore My Melody Oil Free 3D Fitting Masks

I have always loved sanrio characters, couldn't resist finding out more on these masks! Lovemore launch them a few months ago; My Melody oil free 3D fitting masks comes in 2 types: Blue-Moisturizing & Pink-Whitening! Thanks to, I get to try out these adorable masks :)
Wondering why it's called a 3D fitting mask? I took this after dying up the mask because it's not the conventional mask you would see!

See the pop-up effect? Conventional masks are usually flat and doesn't cover the parts of your face and chin. The design of this particular mask is much rounded which allows it to fit the nose and chin areas for a lifting effect. Plus it has flaps to cover your eyes too! I didn't use that as I had to multitask while masking!

Looking great so far right? Let's see the masks fare! :)
Whitening - 
Main Ingredients include bretagne gulf stream sea water, vitamin C, red wine extract, buddleja extract and hyaluronic acid. With these ingredients, the mask revitalize skin cells, gives antioxidant protection, increases moisture level while it whitens the skin. 

The sweet fragrance hit me once I opened the packaging, it's not too overwhelming and you will like it the more you smell it. I'm surprised at how well the mask fits my face. I have a bigger face and nose as compared to most ladies so most of the time the mask I use hardly cover everything. With the use of 3D fitting, the mask covers my entire face and chin well, allowing maximum absorption and benefits from this mask!

After using this for 15 minutes, my skin appears slightly brighter with lesser redness from my sensitive skin. Don't expect immediate whitening effect like one shade lighter, it's scary to think how much harmful ingredients are added to give such results. It happened to my friend before, she tested a sample on her hand and instantly had this white patch, yes it does lighten the skin but it was 2 shades lighter and took weeks for it to fade away. How scary. Never try a whitening product from brands that you have not heard before.
I'm happy with this result, if you want to improve your skin tone, you have to use it on a regular basis, 2-3 times a week :)

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Moisturizing - 
Main Ingredients include bretagne gulf stream sea water, antarcticine, marine collagen, bulgarian rose nectar and hyaluronic acid. With these ingredients, the mask revitalize skin cells, allowing brightening of skin tone while locking in the moisture that every skin needs.

Similar to the whitening mask, I love the scent of this too. I'm amazed at how Lovemore can produce such good masks with lovely scents. This mask left my skin well hydrated, even through the following day too!

For both of the masks, I gently message the essence after removing the mask and it is easily absorbed by my skin, without leaving any sticky feeling. One of the plus points that I will look for in masks ;)

Overall I love the effects of the masks but the pricing can be alittle high for regular usage, maybe once a month pampering would be good :)
This is available in Watsons at $2.90 or you can get them online from Secretive: ;)

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