Lace Your Face

Lace Your Face

I love a good face mask. I’ve tried so many different ones over the years, but most recently I’ve been testing out a new kind of sheet mask, more specifically a compression mask.

The Lace Your Face compression masks from Dermovia are the first ever in-home facial treatment featuring LaceTex, a gauze compression designed to radically repair and renew the skin.

You start off by cleansing your face as normal. Then, unfold the mask and press the lace side onto the face. Peel off and discard the outer layer and line up the eye and mouth holes. The mask has slits to place securely around your ears. Finally, you pull the ends of the chin straps up and loop over the ears as well to ensure a snug fit.

I don’t do sheet masks as often as regular ones as they take more time since you’re required to lay down so the mask doesn’t move. The Lace Your Face compression masks have a unique design though that allow mobility while wearing the mask.

You keep the mask on for at least 15 minutes before removing it. After removing the mask, massage the excess serum into your skin. The mask can also be kept to be used one more time if you desire. Simply fold the mask up and place it back in the pouch it came in and keep the whole thing in a sealed Ziploc bag. If you do choose to save it, be sure to use it within 48 hours.

There are 8 different masks to choose from. I tried out the Calming Chamomile* and the Hydrating Rose Water*, both of which I loved.

The Calming Chamomile is designed to sooth, calm, and nourish the skin. Chamomile softens and protects the skin from future unbalances, while apple stem cell repairs the skin. The mask also contains squalene to provide stress relief and cogon grass extract to cool the skin. This mask felt really relaxing and left my skin feeling soft and fresh for days after.

The Hydrating Rose Water is  designed to replenish and boost the skin’s hydration. Pure rose essence strengthens the skin and regenerates skin cells while cucumber extract energizes the skin. This mask also contains hydrolyzed collagen to help maintain the skin’s elasticity, hyaluronic acid to hydrate, and mushroom extract to brighten the skin. This mask felt really nice and fresh on the skin. My skin looked really glowy and radiant after using it and definitely felt more hydrated.

These masks are really versatile as well. You can store them in the refrigerator before using to close pores, steep them in hot water before using to open your pores, or use them at room temperature.

All of the masks are also paraben, sulphate, and fragrance free!

If you’re looking to try out a new mask, I definitely recommend checking out the Lace Your Face Masks from Dermovia at their website HERE. They’re affordable and give quick, lasting results.


Have you tried these masks?

This post contains product that was sent to me for consideration. This in no way influences my opinion.