Mediheal’s masks are so good, one of them nearly quadrupled my skin’s moisture levels. Read on to find out what else the masks did for my complexion.
As the editor of The Klog and a longtime K-beauty fan, I’ve tried a lot of sheet masks over the years – I try to do at least one sheet masking session a week. I’ve used moisturizing masks, brightening masks, purifying masks, firming masks, hydrogel masks, cotton masks, biocellulose masks…you name it, it’s been on my face. Nine times out of ten, the results are totally satisfactory. I don’t expect miracles from a sheet mask, just a dewier complexion and a relaxing 20 minutes.
So when a bunch of sheet masks from Mediheal, a brand crowned as the number one sheet mask purveyor in Korea, came across my desk, I was curious if I’d really notice that much of difference in comparison to the hundreds of others I’ve tried. To find out, I not only tested three of the brand’s top-selling masks, but tested my moisture levels before and after each use with a skin moisture analyzing device. Below, my results.