Face Masks and Plenty of Types of Japan-Made Toner from the 100-Yen Shop “DAISO” – A review of affordable items
In this series, I introduce you to recent cool finds I make at the 100 yen shop in Japan.
This time I will be introducing a set of 12 individually-packed compact face masks, as well as 4 types of Japan-made toner, all sold at the 100-yen shop DAISO!
Individually-Packed Compact Face Masks, Japan-Made Toner
- 100 yen each (Tax excl.)
I picked up this compact face mask set I’d had my eye on at DAISO.
The 12 masks come in individually-packaged cups. All this is just 100 yen!
The type that doesn’t come in individual cups contains 35 masks. What amazing cost-performance!!
Incidentally, the type that hangs off your ears comes in a pack of 10.
The face masks come packaged in cups, so all you have to do to get them ready is add toner!
I also bought 4 types of toner to use along with the face masks!
All of them are made in Japan.
They’re fragrance and dye-free, so you can safely use it all over your face or body!
This toner uses a combination of royal jelly and honey. This thick toner gives you lustrous glossy skin.
This toner is made with Job’s tears from Ishikawa Prefecture. It deeply moisturizes without being sticky.
This toner is made with sake from Kumamoto Prefecture. It promotes soft, silky smooth skin.
This toner’s formula contains soybean isoflavones. Its thick formula permeates, creating springy, healthy skin.
The royal jelly and soybean varieties are thick, so they could be good to use in the winter.
The one made with sake is best for me personally, followed by the royal jelly version.
I used all of them on both my face and my body without any hesitation!
How to Use Face Masks
How to Use Face Masks
- Wash face
- Add toner to face mask cup
- Slowly unfold face mask and apply to face
- Remove after about 10 minutes
This is how it looks when unfolded.
It may be a bit poorly made around the eye and nose areas.
However, it’s plenty when you think about how cheap they are!
After about 10 minutes with the face mask applied, my skin felt springy, as if I’d carefully patted on the toner with cotton balls!
Using your preferred beauty serums and lotions after the face mask would be the perfect finishing touch.
I put the full set of items into a vinyl pouch I bought at DAISO, kept together so that I can use a face mask the moment I feel like it!
All components are cheap, so I can use them freely without worrying about the cost.
Try them out on your weary skin!
Birth place: Okinawa prefecture
A fan of collecting cute interior misc. goods and storage goods. Her blog, “Look what I bought” features a wealth of information on the best 100 yen shop items.