First Impressions - Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Masks

By Laura Thornberry - 11:00

If you have always wanted to try out a quality sheet mask, I may just have the product that you have been waiting for... Let's take a look at a couple of the Moisture Bomb Tissue Masks I picked up recently from Garnier.
Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Masks
Sheet masks originated from South Korea, a country known for their dedication to beauty and skin care. Since then, they have taken the world by storm, many beauty brands now have their own ranges of sheet masks and they are now widely available in both the drugstore and supermarkets. 

The beauty of sheet masks is that they can be used pretty much anywhere and anytime. A perfect wake me up for those tired mornings, an evening glow boost ready for your night out, or even on the go whilst travelling, they are definitely a great addition to any skincare routine.

Instructions for use are super simple. 
1. Unfold the mask. Carefully apply the white tissue to thoroughly cleansed skin. Make sure the blue protective film is facing outwards. Smooth the mask gently to ensure contact with the skin.
2. Remove the protective film.
3. Adjust the mask contours on the face. Leave for 15 minutes.
4. To remove the mask, peel off slowly from the edges. Gently massage in any excess serum, or use a cotton pad to remove.
Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Masks
The first product I picked up was the Garnier Skin Active Charcoal and Algae Hydrating Sheet Mask. Enriched with Black Algae Extract, LHA and Hyaluronic Acid, a perfect pamper product for those will oily/combination skin, as this helps to mattify, purify, and detox congested skin, as well as tightening enlarged pores.

 Black Algae Extract is packed with proteins, nutrients and amino acids. A natural ingredient known for its anti-ageing properties and treating dark circles under the eyes, as well as helping with skin elasticity and fine lines. These nourishing, yet soothing ingredients hydrate the skin’s surface, while the Charcoal works some magic by removing any impurities, to give a gentle, deep cleanse to the skin. 
Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Masks
Next up we have the Garnier Moisture Bomb Pomegranate Hydrating Face Sheet Mask. This has to be my favourite sheet mask that I have tried. Soaked in a super silky serum, enriched with Pomegranate Extract, Hyaluronic Acid and Plant Serum, this is a brilliant treat for those with dehydrated skin. Pomegranates are rich in vitamin C, a nutrient important for skin health, as well as packed with antioxidants and anti-ageing properties. What more could you want?!

After using both these masks for the recommended 15 minutes, my skin looked super healthy and hydrated. It's amazing how my complexion looked smoother, plumper and more radiant in such a short space of time! These Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Masks contains one whole week's worth of hydrating serum, which will keep your skin looking moisturised, revitalised and nourished all day and all night long. Masks so good that I have repurchased more of these to try and test out as a weekly pamper treat, as they are so fuss-free and easy to use. I would highly recommend giving these mask a go! 

Garnier also have some other products available in the Moisture Bomb Sheet Mask range for all your skin types and needs, including;
 Green Tea; Super Hydrating Rebalancing Mask
Chamomile; Super Hydrating Soothing Mask
Sakura; Super Hydrating Glow-Revealing Mask
Lavender; Super Hydrating De-Tiring Mask

RRP £2.99
Suitable for all skin types.

Have you tried the Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Masks? Which is your favourite?

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8 comments

  1. I tried the original Moisture Bomb mask and the texture of it kinda freaked me out. I didn't know they had extended the range, I might try a few others and see if they're nicer. I love a good charcoal mask so I think I'll pick up that one.

    Great post x
    Laura // http://thatgallowaygirl.com/

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  2. Nice to know that black algae is sooo good for the skin. Will definitely be picking this up!

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  3. I never tried a sheet mask before but this sounds like a great start! I want to try the active charcoal one with black algae. Lately my skin has been super oily, mostly from the weather and this seems like a great pick-me-up for my sensitive combination skin.🤗

    Natonya | www.justnatonya.wordpress.com

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  4. My Mum purchased the charcoal one recently and it's just been sitting in our bathroom. Maybe I need to steal it! xx

    chloexlizabeth.blogspot.co.uk <3

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  5. I actually just picked up one of these masks last week because it was on sale so I’m really glad to see that you liked them! I’m excited to use mine now!

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  6. I love these sheet masks, they are so simple and easy to use. Great review, I will definitely be trying out one of the garnier ones after reading this, thank you!

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  7. Oh, how much I love sheet masks! No need to wash of - the best part for busy or just lazy days. Have to try these ones for sure. Thank you for some "future pampering night" inspiration!

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  8. These sound amazing for my dry skin! I've only tried the sheet masks they first came out with and was less than impressed. But these individually sold ones sound fabulous. I'm going to give these a try after I use up the masks I have at home. Thanks for sharing!

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