It’s been quite some time since my last product review and recommendation, and I thought this product would be great to start things off again. I bought these very early on this year because a store was having a huge sale, so the price I got them for may not reflect the retail price.

I got them for $7 CAD for a box, and there are 10 sheets in each box. I bought two boxes total for myself, and the one I’ll be reviewing was standalone that I got for free as a sample. There are many different types of masks for each type of skin concern you may have, the one I’m trying is called the ‘White squeeze balancing mask‘ and it’s supposed to balance damaged skin and make it smoother.
Bombee Fruitables Mask

The sheet masks are rather thin, but they seem to be made of this really good material that is amazing at adhering to the skin and also depositing the serum from the package. Out of most of the sheet masks I’ve tried over the years, this is one of my favourites. The packaging is also super convenient because their width is smaller, easy to carry in an overnight bag or etc, so they should be great for travel.
For the one I tried, there was a very green but fruity scent to it. It’s not overpowering unless you hold it up to your nose, but buyer beware for anyone sensitive to scents.  Instructions said to let it sit for 10-20 minutes, and after removing the mask and patting in the excess, I looked so shiny from the serum.
The effects of the mask were seen the next day after I washed off my night-time skincare, the specific mask made my skin very smooth and it felt very hydrated. I don’t know what ‘balanced’ damaged skin is supposed to look like but I think you’d see those effects after multiple uses of the sheet mask I suppose.

I hope you like this long-awaited product review, I’ll have some more out as soon as I can. Since wearing a mask most of the time when I leave the condo, it’s been a little hard to do real-time product tests lately. So they’re coming along rather slowly. Before you go, be sure to follow the blog on Bloglovin’ to never miss a post!


Toronto-based Beauty and Lifestyle blogger focusing on the world of Korean Skincare and Beauty, particularly product reviews and where to get them in Canada.

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