It is called Mask White, but it is absolutely BLACK!
I’ve been using Kose Mask White for more than a year now. Being a mask junkie, I’ve tried all types of masks: peel-off, wash-off or mask sheets. But Kose Mask White is still my top choice. I’ll tell you why.
#1: Extraordinary cleaning and whitening effect
The mask adheres closely with the skin and removes old keratin, dirt, sebum and impurities in the pores to reveal a clear and radiant skin. You can see the effect instantly after just one use!
#2: Eliminates dull complexion
Regular use of Mask White can eliminate dull complexion, enhance translucency and add radiance to the skin.
#3: Dries fast, all set within 15 minutes!
The mask takes about 15 minutes to dry completely before it can be removed from the skin. The whole process from applying to drying up and removing, it takes me less than half an hour. Even a busy working mother like me can afford to use this mask twice a week!
#4: Absolutely no pain when removed from skin
Even though it adheres firmly on the skin, it can be removed from the skin easily without causing any discomfort or pain. It does not irritate the skin.
#5: Refreshing fragrance and a soothing feel
The herbal extracts provide a relaxing fragrance that is so soothing and refreshing.
Kose Mask White is reasonably priced at $35 for a 75ml tube. Available at major departmental stores and selected Guardian pharmacy.
Last but not least, a word of caution for the mothers, please stay away from your toddlers when you are applying the mask white. Otherwise, they may freak out at your ridiculously black face.
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