Enbacci Skincare Sheet Masks*

Australian skincare brand, Enbacci have launched a range of sheet masks, utilising electrolytes and fruit stem cell extracts to target specific skin concerns.
Both the Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Mask and Age Revitalising Face Defence Mask are enriched with ingredients to assist with clarifying skin and removing toxins, while also assisting with stabilising moisture levels and calming inflammation and redness for a more even toned complexion.

Like us, our skin is also susceptible to the daily biological and environmental changes that come with age, artificial cooling and UV trauma. This leads to our skin cells becoming less efficient at eliminating them and therefore leaving us looking tired, dehydrated and fatigued. But this is where Enbacci’s new masks come in. Containing electrolytes, they assist with carrying hydrating substances to deprived areas of the face and work to reinforce the skin’s natural barriers.

Retailing at $20+ AUD for a single mask, they’re definitely on the higher end of the price spectrum. Generally, I gravitate towards sheet masks that are at a $10 and under price range, as I just find splurging a decent amount of money on a one-time use product not very budget friendly. However, in saying that if the product works and lives up to their claims than I am more than happy to spend that money.

Enbacci mask

Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Mask

Cultivated from grape stem cells for youth enhancing, this mask has been developed to restore balance and glow to dehydrated and damaged skin.
This mask contains phenolic compounds, such as anthocyanin and proanthocyanidins, to reverse any UV-related damage to the skin, while also working to reduce redness and inflammation, even skin tone and strengthen collagen and elastin structures. It retails at $20 AUD for one mask or $73 AUD for a box of five.

What really surprised me with this mask was how well it fit my face. Sheet masks never seem to fit my face properly and often slide off, but this one didn’t do that at all. It fit everywhere, including my nose and upper lip perfectly. It was actually so comfortable that I almost forgot that I had it on.

Upon removing the mask I was instantly greeted with brighter looking skin. It was clear that my face had a glow to it, which reduced the look of fatigue which my skin often has. The leftover serum from the mask was really nice to massage into the skin and left my face feeling new and refreshed.

One thing that I neither enjoyed or disliked was the fragrance. I can’t put my finger on what the fragrance was, but it was almost an earthy, floral scent. It wasn’t strong or subtle, but it was definitely there while I had it on. The fragrance did however leave when I removed the mask from my face.

 

Age Revitalising Face Defence Mask

Containing a rich blend of Vitamins A, B and C, this mask uses a Swiss variety of orchid apples to assist with brightening the skin, reducing puffiness, plumping fine lines and treat acne scars, blemishes and dark spots. While the botulinum effects from the
Bulb extract assist with mimicking the effects of Botox, by plumping the skin to provide a more full and youthful appearance. It retails for $23 AUD for one mask or $85 AUD for a box of five.

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Overall, I’m impressed by these Enbacci sheet masks. They are definitely a nice addition to a pamper session, however, I’m still not completely sold on the price. I guess it just comes down to personal preference and what we’re all individually willing to pay.

Have you tried these sheet masks from Enbacci?

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