During our short layover in Japan, I was able to grab this Saborino Morning Mask. I have long been wanting to try this because I find it clever (because of how it's packed) but don't know where to get it here in thr Philippines, so I made sure to grab one when I finally had the chance. .
I was not a fan of skipping facial cleansers in the morning, since I used to wake up really oily in the morning and somewhat feeling dirty when I was still living in my previous condo in Makati (a really polluted city). I would always still prefer washing my face with a gentle cleanser instead of just water since my current cleanser does not dry up my skin anyway. Then proceed to my normal multi-step morning routine just to make sure my skin has enough moisture and hydration before facing the day.
But since having this multi-purpose mask, I now found a way to simplify my morning routine and still maintain my skin's natural moisture. Saborino Morning mask has cleansing, moisturizing and tightening properties, so after using this, my face is ready for SPF and makeup! I save a lot of time and effort without compromising the quality of my skincare.
After cleansing with water and drying my face, I take one sheet and use it for around 5 minutes. It was supposed to be used for only 60 seconds, but I find it too short for me and the mask is still soaking wet. So I decided to wear it longer.
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It gives a minty feeling, it has intense cooling sensation. So intense that I got alarmed because I thought it might be burning my skin during my first time using it. But after consulting with @glowbycai who has been using it for a long time, I got relieved that it's normal and eventually got used to it - and enjoyed it.
Continued in the comments!