Beauty Diary Rose Moisturizing Essence Mask REVIEW

My Beauty Diary Mask Review Philippines

Beauty Diary Rose Moisturizing Essence Mask REVIEW

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Beauty Diary has been said to be the No.1 selling facial mask in Taiwan and other parts of Asia. So during our stay in Taiwan, this became part of my agenda — to buy it at all cost before I head back to the Philippines. And finally, I’ve tried and tested it! Here’s what I have to say about My Beauty Diary Rose Moisturizing Essence Mask.

My Beauty Diary Mask Review

A box contains 7 packs of facial sheet masks. Packaging-wise, it’s quite dainty in pink. The size per pack is approximately 129×109 cm which contains 20ml of moisturizing essence. It claims to be “soothing” and “hydrating” which would keep the face nourished and moisturized.

My Beauty Diary Rose Moisturizing Essence Mask Ingredients

Ingredients of My Beauty Diary Rose Essence Mask
Ingredients at the back of My Beauty Diary Packaging

As you can see, various flower, fruit and leaf extracts, as well as oils and vitamins are enclosed in this small package of facial mask. Some of the ingredients that caught my attention were:

  • Rosa gallica (French rose) Flower Extract
  • Hamamelis virginiana (Witch Hazel) Leaf Extract
  • Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice) Root Extract
  • Centella asiatica (Centella) Extract
  • Polygonum cuspidatum (Asian Knotweed) Root Extract

Further down the list are the following extracts that are noteworthy:

  • Orange and Lemon Fruit Extracts
  • Sugar Cane
  • Green Seaweed
  • Green Tea Leaf
  • Raspberry
  • Baobab
  • Algae
  • Chicory
  • Rosemary

Noted oils from this mask are the ff:

  • Rosa damascena (Damask Rose) Flower Oil
  • Citrus aurantium dulcis (Orange) Flower Oil
  • Vetiveria zizanioides (Vetiver) Root Oil

This mask also contains Glycosphingolipids and Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E acetate).

What makes Beauty Diary Mask a good hydrating mask?

Glycerin, butylene glycol, and propylene glycol are known humectants that help in preventing water loss from the skin which makes this mask hydrating. So from there, I was convinced that this is indeed a good hydrating mask with great skin nourishing benefits.

My Beauty Diary Mask Review Philippines
Beauty Diary Mask Review

The Benefits of Rose Essence on the Face

A few months ago, I’ve watched a historical KDrama entitled Scarlet Heart Ryeo where queens would use rose-infused products onto their face and body to soothe their skin. That made me curious of its benefits and medicinal use, so I did a little research.

  • Rose Hip Extract has a high concentration of Vitamin C
  • Rose extract has shown anti-bacterial activity (e.g. S. aureus, B. subtilis, S. pyogenes, A. baumannii)
  • This extract also has antinfungal activity (e.g. C. albicans, A. niger)
  • Petal extracts possess anthocyanin which has high antioxidant property and anti-inflammatory activity
Beauty Diary Mask Review

How to Use My Beauty Diary Mask

  1. Cleanse your face (using Shiseido Senka Perfect Whip Facial Cleanser)
  2. Exfoliate (using Celeteque Exfoliating Facial Wash) at least once a week
  3. Pat dry your face, then apply toner (using Celeteque Alcohol-free toner)
  4. After 60 seconds, proceed with My Beauty Diary Rose Moisturizing Essence Mask. Apply the extra essence also to your neck. Let it rest for 30 minutes.
  5. After 30 minutes, you will see that the mask has started to dry up. Remove the mask, and proceed with using a facial cream to lock-in the moisture further (using Celeteque Facial Cream)
  6. Feel great!

Which skin type is this hydrating mask applicable for use?

I believe this hydrating mask would be applicable to all skin types especially for dry, combination, to oily skin types. A bit of caution to those with sensitive skin type. Keep in mind that we all have an individual response to a certain product, so know what works for you. In my case, I have a combination skin type. There are a few times when I would get a couple of dry patches on my forehead and cheek area. But more often, my T-zone would oil up. That said, you have to know your skin well. If something worse happens, consult your dermatologist.

If you start getting sensitive areas after or during facial mask use, remove the mask, wash your face, and make sure to remove the residues completely. Facial mask like this one from My Beauty Diary shouldn’t hurt your face. This is a hydrating essence, so its job is to purely keep your skin well-hydrated. This is good for those people who are always exposed to dust, smoke, sun, and pollutants.

Beauty Diary Mask Price: How much is it?

I bought this at Sapporo Drugstore at Ximending district. As far as I remember, 2 boxes is priced at ~ 299 NTD. That’s approximately 500 pesos for 14 masks or 35 PHP per piece! It was such a steal knowing that facial sheet masks can be quite pricey in the Philipines especially considering the benefits that come with the aforementioned ingredients.

There are other drugstores in Ximending like Watsons, Cosmed, and Tomods to name a few that caught my attention. Even 7-11 has stocks of these masks! And you will find a drugstore in every block so you won’t have a hard time finding facial masks like this in Ximending, Taiwan.

Beauty Diary Facial Mask Verdict

My Beauty Diary Rose Moisturizing Essence Mask has 20ml of product per packaging which probably is more than enough to soothe not only the face but also the neck area. Upon opening, you would recognize a slight scent of rose. The face mask fits well onto my face, too.

Hydration-wise, IT DOES THE JOB EXCELLENTLY! It felt so good after… I thought I was on vacation! It is also affordable, by conversion, and I really do hope that this would be available soon in stores here in the Philippines. So for this Beauty Diary Mask Review, I rate it a 5/5 — one of the best facial sheet masks you could ever try!

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