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Review: Sexy Look Micro Inject Series (Aloe Vera)

Sexylook launches a new series of masks, known as micro inject series, that uses the latest technology from Japan. Micro inject series comes with double penetration effect using skin-friendly natural fibre ergonomic design mask sheet to ensure maximum care. The unique hydronet helps to pump up skin, providing it with moisture and at the same time giving a firming effect to make skin look younger and healthier.

There are a total of 3 types to cater to different skin concerns:
Aloe Vera Micro Inject Mask - Intensive moisture care, replenish for supple skin.
Hyaluronic Acid Micro Inject Mask - Keep skin hydrated all day long.
Rice Extract Micro Inject Mask - Activation energy, beautiful skin power.

As my exams are around the corner and all the exam stress is showing on my face, I'm more concerned with calming my skin and providing it moisture so I chose to try Aloe Vera which helps to soothe the skin and provide intense hydration.
Just like the previous mask I have reviewed, the mask is made using natural fibre so it is thin and fragile, extra care to be taken when applying the mask. This mask comes with cuts at various edges so you can adjust for the mask to be more fitting on your face.

I really love these series of masks as the cuttings are slightly bigger than most masks I've tried so it fits my huge face better. After 15 minutes of skin pampering, the essence can be massaged into your skin to promote better absorption. It took about 10 minutes or so for the essence to be fully absorbed leaving supple skin that's soft to touch.

As for the firming effect, I couldn't really tell, perhaps more usage of this mask would really help to give firmer skin? Anyway, you can get this from Secretive.sg for $3.50 each. There are other masks available too, you can find out more from their website!

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