[#Gifted] MaskTime Subscription Boxes (January) 💖

Let me introduce you to Mask Time!

They’re a mask delivery service offering both subscription boxes as well as one time boxes when possible. All masks are directly sourced from Korea to ensure authenticity & quality, and are the ultimate way for lovers of kbeauty and Korean masking as well as those new to masking who are in search of relaxation in addition to discovering masks to suit you!

Let’s get straight into the key information. There are 2 types of boxes:

  • ‘Glow starter’ – This is best suited to those who mask at least once a week, and may be fairly new to masking. Includes 4 masks and sometimes a bonus skincare item. Retails for £9.95 (inclusive of shipping in Mainland UK to those who are subscribed).
  • ‘Glow Setter’ – Is moreso targeted at those who regular use masks. It can be described as a premium plan due consisting of better quality masks – 7 masks and sometimes a bonus skincare item – which are more diverse in variety. Retails for 18.95 (inclusive of shipping in Mainland UK to those who are subscribed).

Boxes are available for one time purchases the following month at a slightly different price point (shipping fee not included). – GLOW STARTER retail (non-subscription price) £12.95. – GLOW SETTER retail (non-subscription price) £24.95. All other items sold on our website has a flat rate shipping of £3.50. Sometimes specially themed boxes for special occasions (e.g. Valentine’s Day) are available 🌸

Here I have the January ‘Glow Setter’ Package which promotes the brand’s aim to spread the importance of self-care, healthy-skin & healthy habits throughout 2020. This particular month, the Glow Setter Package included:

✨1 S+ Miracle Korean Traditional Recipe Mask – with safflower, cinnamon bark & ginseng extracts
✨1 Frienvita Aqua Peeling Filtering Mask (Centella Vita H) – with Vitamin H & Centella Asiatica,
✨ 1 Labotica True Nature Green Tea Pore Clearing Mask – with green tea & chamomile,
✨ Round Lab Apple Peeling Mask – with apple & niacinamide,
✨The Saem Natural Gold Kiwi Mask – with gold kiwi & licorice root,
✨SNP Fruits Gelato Moisture Mask (coconut) – with coconut milk, willow bark & aloe,
✨Lyajin Yun Mask (hydrating) – with peppermint leaf, lavender & sage leaf extracts.

Each bundle comes within a beautiful holographic resealable pouch, and will contain a ‘menu’ listing the masks you have received – along with the brand and name of each mask, the key ingredients and purpose of each mask (e.g. ‘Calming’ mask), a brief description & the RRP of the masks individually.

Now let me tell you my experiences with the masks I have used so far…

S+ Miracle Korean Traditional Recipe Mask (moisturising version)

A moisturising sheet mask designed around traditional/herbal Korean skincare – a recipe which is said to have derived from Donguibogam (a physicians book written during the Joseon Dynasty of Korea). This ancient recipe combines panax Ginseng, Safflower & Ophiopogon Japonicus Root Extract (from the Lily flower family) to hydrate & re-energize skin. The sheet itself is an eco-friendly sheet made from natural plant pulp to create a ‘silky’ comfortable sheet which becomes one with skin. The essence was plentiful to my liking. Because the sheet is so smooth, it retained freshness & coolness well to eliminate skin redness after cleansing. I would like to try the calming, whitening & anti-aging versions of this mask to see how they differ.

Lyajin Yun Mask (hydrating)

This mask was created with revitalising & moisturisation in mind – uniquely using Chitosan to provide these qualities. Chitosan is a sugar derived from the skeletal structures of shellfish; it is typically used as a medication/supplements to treat those with obesity, high cholesterol & Crohn’s Disease. In this mask Chitosan functions as natural cleanser to eliminate unwanted bacteria and sebum from skin; the amount has been diluted enough to be gentle enough for most skin types. As mentioned above, this mask also contains peppermint leaf for it’s anti-inflammatory benefits, lavender for it’s antiseptic and anti-bacterial qualities and safe leaf to irradiate toxins whilst diminishing the prominence of blemishes and minor acne scarring. I found the mask to be comfortable enough against my sensitive skin, and thought that the essence of a good consistency (not too thick, nor too watery). I think anyone who lives in a city, or where pollution and fine dust is an issue, then they’d appreciate this mask’s ability to protect skin’s outer barrier against environmental stressors.

Round Lab Apple Peeling Mask

I’m actually very glad that this came as part of the January Glow Setter box: I had seen it many times whilst living in Korea, but never ended up trying it out. Straightforwardly speaking, apple extracts contain AHAs to gently exfoliate skin without the need for physical exfoliation (rubbing/dry brushing for example). The Niacinamide within this mask is a source of vitamin B3 it helps the mask to reduce the size of enlarged pores, improve uneven/dull skin tone, soften fine lines/wrinkles, and strengthen weakened skin barriers (basically Niacinamide is a much loved ingredient in Korean skincare). The sheet is made for 100% cotton to ensure comfortably as opposed to woven mixed fabrics which can become uncomfortable during the absorption of the mask’s essence. After trying this I have been reassured as to why this brand began to increase in popularity last year, and hope to repurchase this mask soon.

🛒 You can find MaskTime ⬅️ here


Disclaimer – The products featured in this post were gifted in exchange for honest reviews. Despite being a brand ambassador all opinions shared are my own and have not been influenced by the brand. Any music used in videos is owned by InShot or their partner creators.


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