|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Love these so much! I needed some kind of "super charged" moisturizing treatment to use after a series of at home TCA Peels. Even though it was for mature skin I decided to give it a go as the price was decent and I didn't have the time to browse the net for anything else. Wow, I was so suprised how good this was! I left it on for 15 minutes rather than the instructed time of 10 and my skin feel so refreshed, energized, smooth and tight. Never had my skin felt this way, it was like I had been for a salon facial but better.
They are a bit pricey considering they are single use but I have found that I can re-use each mask 3/4 times each if I wrap it up tight in the packet with an elastic band afterward. For some this might not be hygenic but if you use right after thoroughly cleaning your face I see no problem.
The only downsize is the mask itself is a bit scary looking lol. Definetly one to do when no ones around or face a bit of teezing.:D
Admittedly I am normaly a bit of a snob about drugstore products but I must admit L'oreal does surprise me every so often with there items.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I got this at a low price in TJMax. Now I am willing to buy it at original price. After I removed the mask from my face after wearing it for 10 minutes, I was amazed to see the pores on my face shrunked dramatically and my skin looked so moist. After using produdtions for my acne, my skin was dry and tired. I had used different masks from expensive brands to homemade natural masks, and this is so far the mask that gives the most impressive results. I have big pores on my face due to the oily skin type I have, and I have been looking for products that claimed to minimize my pores. I used a box of this mask, twice a week and I found it improve the texture of my skin. I am very happy and want to buy more of it so I can continue. I don't care if it gives me a cold feelings to my face or not (actually it's good because I am in Florida), what I care is if it works. To be fair with the mask, sheet masks (cloth masks) are aloways soaked in lotions to ensure it delivers the best result within 10 to 15 minutes and it will mostly feel cool and wet. I have friends who save the extra lotion to make one mask into two by using a mask sheet that comes in a ball as small as a penny, once it's soaked in the lotion it swells and is ready to put on the face. I can't buy them here in USA and I think it's too much work, so I just massage the extra lotion to my neck and hands.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I absolutely love these! I think I discovered them as they were being discontinued, but I stocked up whenever I saw them on clearance or in discount retailers.
I know this line is targeted at an older audience, but I really enjoy using them.
My skin always feels so tight and fresh after wearing one. (Although I do have to put up with a lot of hassle from my bf for the way I look while wearing them.)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Black
By far, this is one of L'oreal's most expensive cloth masks, which, as always, claims to contain one week's equivalent of face cream in a single mask alone.
I've been through a good number of boxes of this particular mask, because I personally find it the best L'oreal one (but it's definitely not the best mask around). It's good as an instant pick-me-up, but hmmm... that's really just about it. To be fair, skin is clearer and feels slightly tighter after I remove the mask, but the effects don't last for sure. I simply use it as an occasional treat for my skin.
This might not sit well with particularly sensitive skins, as I suspect it contains quite alot of alcohol (it's the third listed ingredient). L'Oreal claims the tingling effect is a sign that the mask is working, but I think it's something to do with the alcohol content instead. And, as we all know, alcohol isn't very kind to skins and is highly drying, so rubbing the remaining essence in and leaving it at that is a no-no... you MUST moisturise after using this alcohol-laced mask.
Those into botanical-based skincare will want to give this a miss entirely as 99.9% of the ingredients are chemically-derived. The only natural ingredient I can find in here is 'pea extract', and then again, it sits about halfway through the list.
I have no idea why I'm using this still as it's only an average product. I guess it's just a natural habit of wanting to detox my skin with a mask - any mask - at least once a week. Then again, one shouldn't expect too much from L'oreal Dermo-Expertise.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry Hair: Other Eyes: Green
I'm surprised by the negative reviews this product is receiving. It worked well enough for me and I'm a fussy mask-user :)
Usually I like to mix my own, but have started to use sachets due to the convenience. I bought a box on sale and it still had all four masks inside! It's a cloth mask, which is even more convenient. I had no trouble placing it correctly, but then after 36 years of being on this planet I know where everything is by now. LOL!
I left it on for the 10 minutes stated and after taking it off and massaging in the excess product as per instructions, my skin felt a little tight. This sensation only lasted a few minutes and my skin was left feeling altogether smoother than before. When I looked in the mirror, it seemed to have made my forehead noticeably smoother. I can't say that I noticed any "sparkles" in the product, but then I love anything shiny so it wouldn't matter anyway! I'd buy this again in a flash.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I saw this product the other day on sale and decided to try it out. I had previously tried the SKII mask and was very impressed with the results but it was just too expensive for me.
First off, this product was hard to put on. The mask is cut in a couple weird places and it took me about 5 minutes to get everything in place and spread out over my face. The mask was also really wide and was hanging off either side of my face, eventually dragging the mask down and making it hard for me to keep it on my face. I didn't notice the sparklies when I put it on, but the cream that was on the mask itself was very runny.
I left the mask on for 20 minutes until the majority of it had soaked into my face. I took it off and rubbed the remainder of it into my face. I didn't notice any difference in my face (if anything I had little wrinkles where the mask had wrinkles). Maybe my skin was a little whiter, but that might have been because of the sparkles in the cream. I don't think I'd buy this product again. Good try, L'Oreal, but I will save up my money for the SKII instead.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
First off, my package came with 3 masks and I bought it on sale although I didn't save very much. After taxes, this product cost me $23 CDN.
I put it on after I used toner. Like the previous users, I found this mask hard to unfold and put on. For the most part when I managed to get it on, it stayed on my face. I left it on for longer than 10 mins (longer than instructed) and noticed the sides were beginning to peel off.
The mask was basically a cloth dipped in a runny lotion that contained sparklies. Did anyone else notice the sparkles? I first noticed them on my fingers when I finished putting the mask on and I noticed them on my face when I took the mask off.
Did it work? I noticed sparklies on my face afterward and my face felt a bit tight. The tightness wore off after a few minutes. I'm 23 and have some lines on the forehead and very few lines under the eyes. I didn't put the mask close to my eyes because I was worried about irritation. The lines on my forehead do look a little less visible but the sparkles are pretty noticeable. I'm still wondering what the sparkles are all about.
After I took the mask off, I squeezed the excess lotion onto my hand and there was ALOT. The lotion reminded me of a pearly, sparkly nail polish. Overall, I'm not impressed with the product. I originally wanted to try L'Oreal's whitening mask product but came across this. Also, I wasn't impressed with the reviews for their whitening mask too. It seems like L'Oreal's mask are overkill in the sense that its per use amount for each product is way more than needed. It's like quantity over substance and I doubt their is much quality to their products, at least not this mask in my opinion.
I'm not looking forward to putting on another mask drenched in sparkly lotion on my face. Unless that appeals to you, I wouldn't suggest buying this product. Hope this review was helpful! (It's my first. Now I'm no longer a MUA virgin!)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I don't know about the lifting and firming effects of this mask, but I like the convenience. You just put the whole thing over your face, which is nice. I heard that you should rub the product in after you pull the mask off, which I didn't do, but I still have 2 masks left so I'll try it. My package had four masks (3 plus a bonus), all individually packaged. The model on the package looks so good - I had trouble getting the mask to look that good. But I'm no mask expert. The package says it contains "Nanosomes of Pro-Retinol A." What the heck is a nanosome????
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I am surprised that there are no reviews yet for this L'Oreal product. I am a major fan of all types of masks, low-end, high-end with no distinction! I prefer the monodose ones, so I can change frequently and try lots!. >hen I saw this at my local drugstore, I couldn't resist and bought a pack despite the price tag which I found quite high considering you only get 4 uses and it's a drugstore product afterall. I am in my early 30s so I was not sure whether this product will have any effect on my few fine wrinkles but it did. Here is some basic info about this product which I found on the Internet:
Full title of the product: Dermo-Expertise RevitaLift Intense Lift Treatment Mask for Anti-Wrinkle + Firming Results
L'Oreal Paris has created the 1st RevitaLift Intense Lift Treatment Mask with Nanosomes of Pro-Retinol A and Par-Elastyl to fight against the signs of aging and firm skin in 10 minutes.
* Anti-Aging Treatment.
* With Nanosomes of Pro-Retinal A & Par-Elastyl.
* Smoothes and firms in 10 minutes.
* Infused with 7 times your daily dosage of anti-wrinkle moisturizer.
The 1st Intense Lift Treatment Mask from L'Oreal - Each cloth mask is infused with a generous amount of ultra-concentrated anti-wrinkle and firming treatment: in one step, you apply almost the equivalent of a half-jar of facial cream - in quantity.
The mask's extended contact with the skin allows for optimal absorption and intensive action.
Immediate Lifting - Upon application, you will feel a lifting effect: lines are diminished; skin is smoother. Your skin is deeply hydrated and appears fuller and firmer.
Anti-Wrinkle Action - The RevitaLift mask contains Nanosomes of Pro-Retinol A. A patented technological innovation, Nanosomes penetrates skin's surface to help fight the appearance of wrinkles.
Skin Firming - The RevitaLift Mask, a powerful firming treatment, is enriched with Par-Elastyl. Skin feels firmed, revitalized and re-hydrated.
Water Aqua , Glycerin , Alcohol Denat. , Polysilicone-8 , Xanthan Gum , Panthenol , Disodium EDTA , Mica , Titanium Dioxide CI 77891 , Biosaccharide Gum-1 , Sodium Hydroxide , Pea Extract Pisum Sativum , Retinyl Palmitate , Polycaprolactone , Methylparaben , Phenoxyethanol , Chlorphenesin , Potassium Sorbate , Fragrance Parfum , Benzyl Salicylate , Benzyl Benzoate , Linalool , Hexyl Cinnamal , Limonene , Citronellol , Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone , Butylphenyl Methylpropional , Geraniol , Benzyl Alcohol