myfaceworks Paper Facial Mask Reviews

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Published on May 02, 2010 with 13 Comments

If you swear by sheet masks just like me, get this – we finally have our own line available in the North American market! Yay!

myfaceworks paper facial mask


Vancouver’s myfaceworks is the very first line of paper facial mask launched outside of Asia. It comes in an extensive collection of 12 different masks, all made out of 100% bio-degradable materials, to suit every skin type.

Each mask has its own unique scent and is made with different ingredients to address different concerns, including “i need a clear day” for acne, “i need to bring out my youth” for wrinkles, “i need to detox” for dullness, “i need to replenish” for dehydration and even “i need to open my eyes” for the undereye area.

I was sent a variety of masks to try out, which includes Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin-C Radiance, Green Tea, Intense Hydrating, Relaxing Lavender, Collagen Boosting, Aloe Vera, Revitalizing Eye and Pre-Makeup Express.

myfaceworks paper facial mask


All of them did a great job restoring moisture and made my skin so much smoother and softer. They also contain just the right amount of essence to do the job without being drippy, making application so painless and not the slightest messy. Plus they come in the perfect size and fit my face very nicely without any kind of discomfort.

Out of the bunch, the Revitalizing Eye mask is hands down my favorite. It worked so much better than anything I have used in the past and the difference was remarkable! My circles appeared instantly lighter and my puffy bags were gone! I am definitely stocking up on these!

myfaceworks facial masks are now available at www.myfaceworks.com. Prices range from $35 to $55 for a box of 3 to 6.

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  1. I love sheet masks and I’ve been using my beauty diary and silk whitia masks. I’m thinking is trying this out. The eye one sounds awesome. Thanks for sharing!!

  2. I’ve never tried face masks before. These sound amazing though :)

  3. Yvette,

    I use the My Beauty Diary masks too but the MFW eye mask is like a gazillion times better.

  4. Princesa Livia,

    Paper masks really are a life saver! You should definitely check them out!

  5. i dunno, but since paper masks have a long history in asia, i’m inclined to think that maybe korean/japanese paper masks work better

  6. jac,

    The MFW paper masks are made in Taiwan.

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  8. i think i will try face masks. thx

  9. I love face masks!!!
    As I am from Vancouver this is even more wonderfull!!
    I Cant wait to try these <3 <3

  10. great post as usual!

  11. You should do a review on ChiQui Beaute’s facial masks. They’re paraben-free, preservative-free, and all natural. Just check out http://chiquibeaute.com for more info. I believe if you you request a sample from them they will send you one! Hope you try it out! :)

  12. I tried these and they made me breakout! I will never buy them again!

    • Aww I’m sorry to hear these didn’t work out for you. What’s your skin type if you don’t mind me asking?

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