Sephora Avocado Sheet Mask

Sephora Avocado Sheet Mask

Hi guys! In my quest to try out more face masks, the next once I’ve tried is the Sephora Avocado Sheet Mask. I received this item complimentary from Sephora as part of an invitation to their local launch party last month. I was pretty excited to see this item was sent as I frequently put it in my cart and then end up taking it out. Does anyone else do that? I’m so indecisive. Anyways, I love avocados so why not put them on my face?

Sephora Avocado Sheet Mask

I started off with a clean face (first image) and place it on my face (second image). I left it on for about 15 minute as the packaging suggested. Based on the Sephora website this mask is said to “[Nurture] and [support] healthy skin by offering intense nutrition and relieving sensitive areas.” After removing the mask there was some serum left on my face (third photo), though there wasn’t a ton which leads me to believe my face absorbed most of it. My face did feel slightly sticky for a little while after use.

My face definitely felt more nourished and softer after using this. I can’t really speak for how it impacted my normal oiliness as I put on sunscreen shortly after which usually leaves me looking greasier than normal all on it’s own.

Overall, I probably would buy one the Sephora Avocado Sheet Mask to use it again. But, as they retail for $8.00CAD per mask, I would probably wait for a VIB sale or something and grab a few different masks. I’m interested to see how it compares to some similar masks I’ve recently purchased that were about $5.00USD.

Do you have a favourite sheet mask? Let me know in the comments down below!

xoxo,

Robyn

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This product was sent to me complimentary however all thoughts and opinions are my own.

6 thoughts on “Sephora Avocado Sheet Mask

  1. I tried my first Sephora sheet mask last month and I wasn’t wow’d (it was the rose version). For $8 I expected more in terms of mask material and effect on my skin. You can get really good masks for less than $2 these days! I really like the Etude House 0.2 Therapy Air masks – they’re only available online though… but they cost $2!

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    • I’ve definitely been more into masking lately so I’ll have to check those masks out! I probably wouldn’t shell out $8 for a mask (but maybe I’d pick some up during a VIB sale), but you’re right there are so many less expensive alternatives out there!

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  2. If you want something to deal with oiliness, try the green tea one (mattifying & anti-blemish). I like that one a lot and it actually works. Or try the charcoal ones from The Creme Shop (you might be able to find them at Winners… in the States I get them at TJ Maxx or Marshalls). Those work good too and they come in a pack of 5 masks for $5.99 US.

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    • Oh thanks! I can’t remember if I’ve tried the Green Tea one but I’ll definitely check it out. I think I picked up a charcoal one the last time I was in the states but I’m completely blanking on if I just looked at it or if I picked one up. I’ve been to the States a lot this summer so it’s all blending together, haha

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  3. I’ve only tried the Pomegranate mask from this line! It made my skin bumpy and red so I think there was something in it my skin didn’t agree with! It’s the only sheet mask that’s ever done that to me lol. So I’m a little hesitant to try more! Although I do really want to try the Green Tea one! I agree they are a bit pricey at $8 a piece. I like to get mine at The Face Shop. They always have cheap ones that are good too!

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    • Yeah they are definitely pricier than other sheet masks. They seem like one of those things to pick up during one of their sales or in a value set.

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