MACQUEZA REVIEW: Acwell Traditional Grain Syrup Mask Series

Hey Y’all!! For this week’s post, i’m gonna be talking about one of my MUST HAVE’s step of skincare. That is SHEET FACE MASKS! For all my sisters and brothers out there who loves the idea of not having to wash off a mask after 10-20mins, I GOT YOU. LOL

I’ve tried the Acwell Sheet Mask called the Acwell Traditional Grain Syrup Mask Series. These masks have very concentrated traditional ingredients to help treat your skin concerns intensively. It contains fermented grain syrup and traditional ingredients in each pack!

There are 3 types of masks in this series.

  1. Bellflower Mask – Supplies rich nutrition directly into your skin and helps to replenish loss of moisture.  *Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Bacteria. For Moisturising
  2. Ginger Mask – Contains Mistletoe extracts that delivers rich nutrition to the skin, while intensively hydrating. Giving your skin a firm and healthy complexion. *For Firming
  3. Mugwort Mask – Contains Niacinamide combined to deliver rich nutrition to skin. Brightens skin while providing gentle exfoliation. Giving your skin a brighter and more radiant complexion.  *For Whitening

How to use? Simple! After cleansing your face, apply toner and apply the sheet mask on your face. Leave it on for 10-20mins and then remove. Pat remaining essence into skin!

Why I really like this masks is because it’s literally a 10-20mins regular sheet mask but with the added benefit of treatment. Use this mask 2-3 times a week for a few weeks and you’ll see the difference yourself!

Have a great day!



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