Boo Bamboo Bamboo Fiber Charcoal Sheet Mask

Hi there! Today I’m reviewing this Bamboo Fiber Charcoal Face Mask by Boo Bamboo. I don’t love coconut-scented products, but on the front it said “with rose water scent”, so I picked it up. 🙂

This mask contains a number of quality ingredients such as rose flower water (which is the 3rd ingredient listed on the back of the pack), sodium hyaluronate (the 5th ingredient), aloe leaf juice, coconut fruit extract, as well as bamboo leaf and stem extracts. It promises to soften, detoxify and hydrate the skin.

How do you use it? This sheet mask is pretty much like almost any other sheet mask. Leave it on for 10-20 minutes, then massage the remaining essence into the skin. I always leave those masks on until they’re dry (this takes about an hour, but I keep myself busy writing blog posts or reading other people’s blog posts).

Finally, the actual review: I think this mask is really nice. Whilst it doesn’t smell like rose water at all, and whilst the essence is a bit sticky, the mask is deeply hydrating, and it makes my skin feel super soft. I think this mask is a real treat for dry skin!

This Bamboo Fiber Charcoal Face Mask by Boo Bamboo is available as a pack of 3. I paid ÂŁ4 (TK Maxx).

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

4 thoughts on “Boo Bamboo Bamboo Fiber Charcoal Sheet Mask

  1. I thought I was the only one who kept their face masks for more time than it says on the packaging lol. Sometimes my skin needs that extra time to fully absorb the hydrating effects of the mask. This one sounds good too

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    • I think if the essence is meant to be left on or massaged into the skin, leaving the mask on until it’s dry is the right thing to do. My skin appreciates the extra time too, and I think it would wasteful to bin the mask whilst it’s still dripping with essence. So yeah, we’re definitely doing the right thing!

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