If you are a beauty junkie, you are probably familiar with the self-pampering routine to put on facial masks whenever you need an extra boost of hydration or when you just wanted to relax and do nothing for 10 minutes.
In the past few years, Korean beauty products have made their way into American households. Even Sephora now has a dedicated K-beauty section. I’ve been sucked into this trend as well and have purchased and used quite a few different Korean beauty products including their relatively affordable sheet masks that usually come in cute packaging.
So when I read this article on Refinery 29, I was a bit shocked and I wanted to share it with my fellow beauty lovers. I don’t know how much that’s being said in this article is 100% accurate, but this convinced me to stay away at all costs from small, so-called Indi beauty brands as they might just have a much lower standard when it comes to hygiene and safety, and the last thing we wanted to pat into our face is a layer of toxic and harmful ingredients.
Here is the article: Sheet masks production secret