FaceTory April 2017 Subscription Box Review – FOUR-ever Fresh

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FaceTory is a monthly sheet mask subscription service. For only $5.95 per month plus shipping, you’ll get 4 of Korean sheet masks (FOUR-ever Fresh) – OR pay $15.95 + shipping to get 7 masks each month (SEVEN LUX). It’s a fun, easy and affordable way to discover the newest sheet masks in the market.

This is a review of the FOUR-ever Fresh subscription. Facetory increased prices last month.

The information card gives you a list of the items, its description and retail value. There’s also instructions on how to apply your masks properly, and how to use the extra essence!

DEAL: Get 10% off your first order. Use coupon code EMAILSIGNUP10. Limited to one-time use per customer.

A short note from the FaceTory Team with the theme info. There’s not really one, but the colors of the packages match the background. Good enough for me!

Everything in my April 2017 FaceTory Four-Ever Fresh bag!

Shinetree Caviar Essence Mask ($2.95 on card, $1.20 online) This mask contains caviar extract, which is said to increase skin elasticity.

This mask is super wet, although a bit on the small side, but I liked it because I totally felt that it helped my skin snap back a bit. This mask also felt more fresh/natural feeling, probably because it wasn’t heavily fragranced.

Beyond Seaweed from Jeju Mask ($2 on card, $4.19 on Amazon) This mask was ooey gooey, with really thick essence that was a bit lotion like.

This mask was a bit on the small side, and between that and the comically large mouth hole, I had trouble covering my entire face with it. It did, however, match the beachy theme with seaweed from Jeju Island to improve skin resilience and firmness.

Despite these shortcomings, this mask was highly moisturizing for hours and hours. I would love this essence on a premium sheet!

Lindsay Pearl Essence Mask ($3.95 on card, about $2.50 online) The mask says “the best sheet fabric used.”

It’s also a 30 minute mask. It says relaxing on the package, but that stressed me out – I like to keep my masks on for 15 minutes tops. I sucked it up and tried it out. The mask itself is a translucent weave, with sticky essence. Unfortunately, the essence was so thick that the part of my mask underneath my left eye barely got any essence. I squeezed what I could around to wet that part.

Besides that, I liked the mask, and I thought it was appropriate to have the 30 minute time for something infused with pearls! I can’t, however, say that it’s the best fabric, because it didn’t allow all the essence to seep through the mask!

Sesamis Royal Jelly Filming Mask ($2.95 on card, about $4.10 online) This mask relies on royal jelly, a bee secretion that you could sort of think of as bee milk. It’s said to have healing and regenerative properties, although the FDA says otherwise.

This sheet mask was nice and calming – not a surprise with royal jelly, aloe, and shea butter – lots of moisture!

I thought these masks were more premium than the previous month’s, although that may just be my personal preferences. The one thing that they all had in common was that the sheets themselves were a tad on the small side. I didn’t notice that with the previous month, so it’s something to make note of.

I would really like to see FaceTory included the suggested amount of time for each mask on the card rather than the general 10-25 minutes they suggest. Other than that it’s a fun and inexpensive low-key way to mask on!

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