Japanese Face Mask Review: Lovely Your Skin

I’ve never tried a sheet mask before. I’m not sure why. I think maybe it’s because you only get one use per mask, which seemed to be a costly, despite most actually being very affordable! So I was really excited to get the opportunity to try the Lovely Your Skin Face Mask* face mask. In this Japanese face mask review you’ll find out how I got on with them. I certainly change my opinion of how affordable this way of doing a face mask actually is!

All products marked with * have been gifted to me for consideration. More information can be found in my full disclaimer.

General thoughts on the Lovely Your Skin Face Mask

I had some general thoughts on the Lovely Your Skin Face Masks. I’m not sure whether these are generic across all sheet masks, as I’ve nothing to compare them to so please bare that in mind as you read my Japanese Face Mask Review.

Japanese face mask review

I’ve really come around to the idea of having a one time face mask. There are some definite benefits, like going on holiday. Taking all of your facial skincare products is not fun, particularly if weight is going to one an issue. A sheet face mask is light, thin & you only need one per week of your trip. Plus, you won’t have to bring it back again as you just throw it away after use

One thing that does concern me is the waste involved & what that means for the planet. The Lovely Your Skin Face Masks themselves are made from cotton, so there should be very little impact on the environment from them, but the packaging they come in concerns me. But, does the amount of waste produced by the sheet mask packages equal the equivalent number of uses from the packaging in a multi-use face mask? This is just me thinking out loud. I don’t know the answer, but it’s something to consider.

When I took my first Lovely Your Skin Face Mask out of it’s packaging, I pulled a visible face. Slimy is the only way I can describe how it felt & I turned my nose up at it. I found the mask hard to wear. I don’t like things near my eyes, but the eye holes in the mask were so close to my eyes that, if I’m honest, it made me a little panicked. Find out if this was worth it, below.

I thought I’d talk to you about each Lovely Your Skin Face Mask I got to try for my Japanese Face Mask Review, as they each gave different results. As a reference point, I have dry, eczema prone skin. I also have a lot of allergies.

Japanese face mask review

Green Tea Lovely Your Skin Face Mask*

The Green Tea Korean face mask is described as being “great for firming, moisturising and healthy skin.” This was the face mask that I got on with the best. I was pleasantly surprised by the smell, I was expecting tea, but it was actually a lovely, sweet scent. The Green Tea face mask left my skin feeling soft, smooth, firm & healthier than it had in a long time. I was blown away by how much better my skin looked too. It was glowing. I will definitely be buying this face mask in the future. I know applying it wasn’t a great experience, but the results were totally worth it.

Ceramide Lovely Your Skin Face Mask*

The Ceramide Korean face mask is described as being “Good for skin nutrition, moisturising and softening.” I had a little more problem with applying the Ceramide face mask. I found that the ‘slime’ dripped off the mask. I ended up with it on my lips (thankfully it didn’t taste bad), on my bed. The dripping onto my lips & ending up in my mouth, along with the panic of having something too close to my eyes meant that I was only able to keep the face mask on for 10 minutes (instead of 20-30mins). Because of this, I don’t feel I got all the benefits of the mask. Saying that, the results were nice. Not as good as the Green Tea, but still worth doing.

Retinol Lovely Your Skin Face Mask*

The Retinol Korean face mask is described as being “Great for skin health and moisturising.” This face mask was nice. It was probably the easiest for me to apply, which is likely because I was starting to get used to sheet face masks. I still felt uncomfortable with the mask so close to my eyes, but that’s the shape & size of the eye holes. The results I got from the Retinol mask were similar to those of the Ceramide mask.

I was really impressed with the Green Tea Lovely Your Skin Face Mask. I liked the Ceramide & Retinol face masks. It’s possible I would have ordered more of these two masks had I not tried the Green Tea, but this one blew me away. For me, it’s Green Tea all the way!

There are 12 different masks tin the Lovely Your Skin Face Mask range on bbeautylimited.com, as well as additional masks available from another brand popular in Japan & Korea. Each of which can be purchased for just £2.49.

I hope you enjoyed my Japanese face mask review. Have you tried a Japanese face mask? How did you get on with it? Have you tried any Japanese or Korean skincare products? What would you recommend I try?

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*Please note, ingredients lists of the masks in my Japanese Face Mask Review are accurate at the time of publication.


Green Tea

Aqua, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Chlorphenesin, Dipropylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Triethanolamine, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Aloe Vera Leaf Extract, Carboner, Boswellia Serrata Gum Extract, Panthenol, Allantoin, Sodium Hyaluronate, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Fragrance, Sodium Polyacrylate, Disodium EDTA.


Aqua, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Dipropylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Chlorphenesin, Allantoin, Carboner, Panthenol, PEG-60 Hydronated Castor Oil, Triethanolomine, Ceramide 3, Disodium EDTA, Aloe Barbadenisis Leaf,  Boswellia Serrata Gum extract, Fragrance, Sodium Hyalauronate, Sodium Polyacrylate.


Aqua, Glycerin, Butylene, Glycol, Dipropylene, Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Chlorphenesin, Alantoin, Carboner, Panthenol, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Caster Oil, Triethanolamine, Retinol, Disodium EDTA, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Boswelli Serrata Gum extract, Fragrance, Sodium hyaluronate, Sodium Polyacrylate.

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  1. These sound very interesting! I have to admit that I haven’t used masks much until recently. I have tried a sheet mask from the local drugstore and it was fine but the experience didn’t really convince me. I have been wanting to try some Korean skincare products for a while though. Have a lovely weekend!
    Christina ♥ https://caliope-couture.com

    • I wasn’t convinced by the Retinol or Ceramide, but the Green Tea was amazing. it might just be that you need to find the right mask for you & your skin. I hope you find one that works for you! Xx

    • I was so impressed with it! I’m excited to try more to see which others I get on with. I really hope you’re able to find a few you love too. Xx

  2. I really want to try Korean beauty and some face masks in particular! £2.49 isn’t a bad price – some masks can be like £10+ for one which I refuse to pay. Your post made me chuckle when you said about it dripping down your face – that always happens to me, haha!!

    Jodie @ Jodetopia x

    • I’m so glad it wasn’t some thing I was doing wrong to make it drip down my face! I was really impressed with the price, there’s no way I’d pay £10+ on a disposable mask. Xx

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