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Muahahah! I'm always a big fan of face masks after since my secondary school friends introduced to me in Secondary 3. I always thought that facial masks were for females only. Boys out there, we also know that it is equally important to take good care of our faces so we can have pretty faces as well. From a guy's experience, my first time trying facemask was damn shiok because I felt that there was this feeling of a slightly tingling effect and you suddenly feel like a rich tai tai. #justsaying lolol! Back to where I was saying, I was recently asked to try out the 3D Natural Shape Pulp Mask by FOODAHOLIC.



Q : Hmmmm, what's a 3D Mask ? (I have completely no idea)

 Made with 3D skin technology for maximum skin absorption. 3D mask is the NEWEST Sheet Mask that adheres totally to the contour of your face. Usually most sheet masks are flat sheet masks, they won't be able to cover up your full face area if you have a wider face. This mask sheet is round with curves so it can fit your nose, chin and forehead regardless of any face shapes you have. These 3D masks are able to make your skin whiter, smoother and healthier with their maximum absorption ability.


My brother decided to try it out too and he chose the orange flavour! (What a wise choice becuase Orange flavour is packed with Vitamin C effects that helps in Pores Management and keep your face moisturized and elastic.)





Q: How to use the Facemask?

It only requires 15 minutes of your time, all you have to do is to cleansed your face and and put on the face mask gently (careful not to tear it). Once you put on the mask massage your face make sure your face is entirely covered. After 15mins, remove your face mask and if there are still excess serum, just simply massage your face for better absorption. Please not that you are not required to wash your face. After this step you can put on your usual skin care products :)




Couldn't make up my mind for which to try so I decided to go with the most unusual flavour. Hmm! I've never seen a potato being made into a facial product (Reminds me of the French fries and baked potato lol) but it is packed with loads of healthy factors that help to soothe sunburn skins and helps to lighten skin. It also contributes in eliminating swelling and keeping the face moist!


Other then Orange and Potato Flavours, they have a total of 10 flavours to choose from:


  1. Royal Jelly  
  2. Snail
  3. Pomegranate 
  4. Green Tea
  5. Cucumber 
  6. Red Ginseng 
  7. Potato 
  8. Aloe Vera
  9. Orange
  10. Collagen 

I really love how moist the mask provides, it keeps the skins wet and it's extremely comfortable while wearing it, almost didn't wanted to remove it hahahaa! (Very shiok). The elements contained inside the mask makes your face wet and it easily absorb by your skin. The facial is best to place inside the fridge or just keep it inside a cooling place. Overall, I felt that it was a refreshing expereince using it and I would definitely recommend you guys to get the potato flavour! ( I would actually love to the the snail flavour next ) so i'll update you guys on that soon! So what are you waiting for, why not give Foodaholic 3D Natural Essence Mask a try today? #sayyesotosmoothfacelol


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