About a week ago I received the October Mask Maven bag from Beauteque. This months' theme was "Beauteque's Brunch: A Dining-Out Delight":
This month's theme focuses on foods from a typical Western brunch. From honey to yogurt and egg to tangerine, there is an array of ingredients that will be sure to nourish your skin. Some different functions from the masks this month include firming, moisturizing, and soothing which will make it a gourmet meal for your face.
What is Beauteque?
Beauteque is an online Asian beauty retailer based out of the US, but they ship to other parts of the world as well. Not only do they have a shop offering a wide variety of Asian beauty products for all skin types and people of all ages, but they also offer two monthly subscription services; the BB Bag and Mask Maven.
What is Mask Maven?
Mask Maven is Beauteque's monthly mask subscription service (there is a monthly BB Bag subscription as well that you can learn about here). Mask Maven offers 9 to 11 sheet masks - including face masks, wash-off masks, hand and feet masks, hair masks and more - each month at varying costs based on how long you sign up for in advance; $15 if you pay month-to-month, $15/mo for 3 months in advance, $14/mo for 6 months in advance & $13/mo for 12 months in advance - these prices do not include shipping, which is based off of what country you reside in. You are rebilled each month on the same date you subscribed (i.e. if you subscribe January 4th, you'll be billed again February 4th) unless you prepay for several months in advance or cancel.
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Mediheal: ADE Cocoa Mask
ADE-Raw cacao is an anti-oxidant that helps to fight free radicals. The ingredient also provides hydration to the skin.
To Use [for all masks]: Apply mask for 15-20 minutes, then remove and massage remaining essence into skin.
I shared this mask with a friend and she reported back to me that this mask really did smell like cacao! This mask had a unique pattern (like the Skinfood yogurt mask below) that helped the mask hold onto the essence, and prevent excess dripping. This mask was thick but adhered to her skin well, and she said it was easy to get a good fit.
Botanic Farm: Green Tea Mask
The mask sheet is infused with green tea extract which soothes the skin and can reduce inflammation.
Skinfood: Beauty In A Food Jeju Tangerine Mask
Jeju tangerine peel extract enlivens dull skin. The fruit ingredient also provides hydration.
Beauty Friend: Tomato Mask
Tomato can reduce dark spots and help fade acne scars. It can also help control oil.
Esfolio: Egg Essence Mask
Mask contains egg yolk extract which will moisturize the skin, and leave it feeling soft.
Skinfood: Everyday Facial Yogurt Mask
This mask is rich in essence and will provide deep moisturization. Also softens and improves skin texture.
Skin9 Village: Panda Honey Elasticity Pack
Honey can fight signs of aging, as well as acne. It keeps skin firm and elasticized.
Skin9 Village: Super Puppy Whitening Honey Pack
This mask offers the breakout and wrinkle-fighting properties of honey, and well as brightening effects.
Rainbow L'Affair: Vitamin 3-Step Mask Pack
Three steps to dream skin that is nourished with vitamins can be achieved with this pack.
To Use: Use the cleanser packet first. Next, apply the ampoule all over the face, not rinsing off. Finally, apply the mask for 15-20 minutes. Remove and massage remaining essence into skin.
I really liked the Beauteque Mask Maven for October. The brunch theme was very cute and brought in a lot of new masks I've never tried before, and several brands I've not tried before either. I found a few masks that I would repurchase, and ended the week with my face looking great and feeling hydrated.
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