Korean Beauty from TK Maxx

Saturday, 5 November 2016

I've heard so many rave reviews of Korean beauty products and how good they are for your skin. 
I've been wanting to try something Korean beauty wise for awhile and the other week while I was in TK Maxx I noticed they had a whole rack of these animal themed face masks. 
I already love a good face mask so I knew I had to try one. It turns out the face masks are actually animal themed and make you look like the animal on the box. You get three face masks in a box. This one is The Creme Shop Wake Up, Skin! Animated face mask. In rejuvenating coconut gel. This one in particular was £3.99.

I chose the raccoon face mask as it claims to help rejuvenate skin and do wonders for dark circles. Something I get easily.

So I figured I'd give it a go and share my thoughts. This is what it looks like on:

I'm purely showing you this to show how the mask is supposed to look like a raccoon.
This is in no way a pretty picture but I wanted to show the effect it is supposed to have.

You unfold the mask and place it on your face for 15 minutes or until dry. I found that I couldn't really move much because the sheet kept slipping which was a little irritating. 

Once removed you're supposed to let your skin soak up the excess gel and not wash it off.

All fairly simple enough.  The next morning after use I found my skin seemed a lot softer than normal, it looked rejuvenated and any blemishes I had had really reduced. 

I would highly rate these face masks they definitely do what they say and I can see now why people rave about Korean beauty.

Once I've used these up I will be heading back to TK Maxx to see what else I can get my hands on!

Have you tried any Korean beauty products? What did you think?

Thanks for Reading!


  1. That mask looks so hilarious! Scrolled through our local TK MAXX and didn't find it.

  2. Haha I know!! Scrolled as in online? They don't tend to have everything in store online :)


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