By The Weekly | September 1, 2017
You know you’re on to a good thing when you have ingredients that hail from South Korea’s renowned Jeju Island! Thanks to its nutrient-rich volcanic soil, Jeju Island produces some of the choicest ingredients that are featured in leading South Korean beauty products.
The SEP Green Tea Soothing Mask packs quite an antioxidant punch to calm and comfort irritated skin. An innovative air-pocket sheet is used to ensure maximum absorption of the green tea extract and other potent essences such as tea tree (with superb antibacterial properties), “tiger grass” or Centella asiatica (with skin-healing benefits), propolis (provides moisture and nutrition), yam (revitalises skin) and lavender (for a refreshing feel). The end result? Smooth, supple, hydrated skin! Available at Watsons stores, it’s priced at RM5.90 each and RM24.90 for a box for five pieces.
TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR SHEET MASK
1. Always cleanse and tone your face before applying the mask for the best results.
2. Leave it on for about 20 minutes and not an hour. You don’t want it to dry up and absorb moisture from your skin.
3. Apply the sheet mask from the forehead and work towards the chin to avoid air bubbles. You can even cut off parts of the mask to ensure a perfect fit!
4. Massage your face with the leftover essence in the package once you’re done with the sheet mask. Don’t let the good stuff go to waste!
This is an advertising feature in association with SEP.