Seikisho Mask Review
My power was off since Sunday. Hurricane Ike tore through Ohio and left some chaos behind. The Midwest is used to the average twister but hurricane gusts were new to us. So for the last few days I have been living the Amish way. I cleaned and organized while I had light. During this time I thought I might as well test some masks and beauty products. The most enjoyable skin sample was the Seikisho Mask White. I scored this sample from a Bath & Body store in Cleveland. This mask is far from white. The actual shade is an inky blue black. It is fairly thick like cake frosting and spreads easily. It takes its sweet time to dry. I left it on for 20-30 minutes. It dried to a tacky shiny patent leather texture. The creep factor was high. During the drying process I made the mistake of giggling. Instant tightening pain. But as any mask aficionado knows...pain is sometimes good.
I had no clue on how to remove the mask since I had no directions or computer access. It looked fairly Vader-like. I noticed that a piece was slightly peeling off so I tugged. Instantly half the mask peeled off. It took 3 tugs and my face was free of the whole thing. There was no mess or fuss.
My skin looked and felt great. Pores were smaller. Redness eliminated. A zit that was in the beginning stages was miraculously healed. My skin tingled in a good way. It really felt amazing and I wanted to do it again and again.
This is a future purchase. It is available at Neiman Marcus,Bergdorf Goodman and select Bath & Body Works for $28. Here is the information from Neimans about the product.
Disclaimer: This reviewed item was a purchase from my local Bath & Body store.
Credit: Bergdorf Goodman