Review: Saborino 60 Second Night Sheet Mask

Saborino 5-in-1 60 Second Night Mask (Chamomile and Orange)

Price: ¥1300 for 28 Sheets, ¥453 for 5 masks.

Where you can buy: Japanese drugstores, Tokyo Hands, Loft, Plaza, Ainz & Tulpe, Don Quixote.

What is it?

A night time sheet mask that takes care of all of your skincare needs in one 60 second mask. Simply apply the mask to clean skin, leave for 1 minute, take off the Saborino mask and fall asleep.

Perfect for nights when you are so tired that multiple skincare steps are just not going to happen.

What does it do?

A 5-in-1 sheet mask that focuses on moisture and firming skin. This clever mask will replace the lotion, beauty essence, light exfoliation and cream steps of your evening skincare routine and have you into bed with zero guilt over not looking after your skin.

Ingredients and what they do

Moisture: Chamomile Flower Extract, Lavender Flower Extract, Orange Oil, Silver Leaf Extract, Vitamin E and Hyaluronic Acid

Skin Firming: Vitamin C

Cleaning/ Light pore exfoliation: Malic Acid

Fragrance: Chamomile and Orange

How to use Saborino Night Sheet Mask

Step 1: Prepare the skin for mask by removing makeup and lightly cleansing the skin.

Step 2: Carefully take a mask out of the pack and unfold.

Step 3: Place the mask on you face and gently stretch the side of the mask to fit the face.

Step 4: Wait 60 seconds. If you have skin that is dry or if you want more moisturising result then you can leave the mask for longer, around 5 -10 minutes.

Step 5: Take of the mask and gently fold and wipe over the neck and decolletage to use up any excess serum.

What did I think?

Nice scent for the evening- love the soothing chamomile fragrance. The fit of the mask is good, I could gently stretch the mask on the side to fit nicely to the shape of my face.

The mask is not dripping with essence, but the cotton feels quite thick and substantial and adheres well to the skin without drying out.

There is a cooling sensation on the skin, which I was quite surprised by. When I removed the mask after 60 seconds there is some residual essence on the skin, but the essence was quickly absorbed with a few gentle pats. My skin is left feeling plump and hydrated, although as my skin is on the drier side and I definitely had to still apply cream before going to bed. There is the option to leave for longer (5-10 mins) which I could comfortably do in the warmer months, but in autumn/ winter I would still apply cream.

If you have oily/ normal or combination skin you may be able to skip the cream step, as the Saborino night mask definitely has a great combination of moisturising ingredients.

All things considered, I really like the Saborino night mask and will definitely keep using it in my routine. I don’t use it every night, but when I am tired and just can’t be bothered with multiple skincare steps, or I just need a bit of self-care to pamper myself mid-week this is the perfect product. So easy to use and minimal time and effort required, Saborino night mask should be in everyones skincare stash.

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