Facetory FOUR-ever Fresh K-Beauty Subscription Review + Coupon – September 2018
Facetory is a monthly sheet mask facial subscription. The company aims to provide its members with the latest cult faves from the Korean sheet mask trend. Rather than arriving in a box, like the SEVEN LUX subscription, this smaller FOUR-ever Fresh version comes in a cool pouch that has the same awesome design.
This is a review of the FOUR-ever Fresh subscription level ($8.90 per month + free US shipping), which includes 4 curated sheet masks made from traditional fabrics like cotton and cellulose. They also offer a SEVEN LUX subscription level, which includes 7 curated sheet masks with slightly higher-functioning ingredients (think hydrogels and other more sophisticated ingredients).
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About Facetory FOUR-ever Fresh
The Subscription Box: Facetory
The Cost: $8.90 per month with FREE US shipping for the FOUR-ever Fresh subscription (4 masks per month), or $19.90 per month with FREE US shipping for the Seven Lux subscription (7 higher-functioning masks per month)
COUPON: Use coupon code MSA20 to save 20% of your first box!
The Products: 4 or 7 sheet mask facials representing what’s new and popular in the Korean sheet mask trend.
Ships to: US and Worldwide
Facetory FOUR-Ever Fresh September 2018 Review
Facetory sends a little info card along with their masks to explain the significance of each formula. This is particularly helpful with masks that don’t have a lot of English on their packaging!
Facetory Woah that H2O – Listed Value $5.00
I have to say, I had high expectations for this mask with a list price of $5.00, but it’s a two-step, which is a good start! This starts with a hydrating ampoule in the top of package, then you place the mask overtop for maximum moisturization. Jasmine flower was the main ingredient of the ampoule, and it’s designed to work with the Sodium Hyaluronate in the mask, which is a water-binding ingredient in this product. I found that this moisturized my skin a great deal, and my face was actually on the glowier side after using!
Botanic Farm Green Tree Mask – Listed Value $2.50
I’m not familiar with this brand of mask, but I was excited to try a green tea variety! It’s supposed to offer protection against oxidation and assist in combating inflammation, but I’m not sure it had a major effect. I liked the smell, it was nice and clean and faintly herbal, but not overly strong, like an intense sencha. Masks are so soothing, and I do like the ritual of using one regularly, so this one definitely fulfilled that relaxation requirement, but I didn’t notice a ton of difference in my skin after using this.
Moksha Dear Tea Tree Mask – Listed Value $3.00
Confession: my skin has not been great this month. I’ve had a few breakouts for the first time in years! I’ve been working on my house a lot lately and have had some setbacks, so I’m sure it’s all stress-related, but I have not been happy with my complexion. This mask contains Centella Asiatica and chamomile flower extract, which is meant to help calm skin, and it seemed like this did that a little.
NOHJ Herbs Fit Sheet Mask Lavender – Listed Value $3.00
The packaging on this is so awesome – I love how the clear outside plays against the shape of the mask! I’m a big fan of lavender, and I felt this mask was really true to the garden scent, instead of overly fake, as some kinds of beauty products in this scent can be. I also noticed a little bit of citrus, too, I think? One of my favorite scent combos! Lavender is a natural bacteria-killer, so it’s often used to help with breakouts. This mask, I thought, was a little bit more helpful in the clearing-up-my-skin arena. It had a ton of serum and one of my trouble spots looked calmer after using this.
Verdict: I love being introduced to new mask brands and trying new active ingredients. Most of these masks were listed as a fairly high value, especially the Facetory-brand one, but I didn’t find the masks overall to be particularly high-performance – even though they were soothing. As for the $5.00 mask, it was definitely the best of the bunch, but it still didn’t quite seem worth its price tag. All in all, I think it’s worth having a little “me” time delivered right to my door. I like that I can just go right ahead and use the masks and don’t have to worry about actually going out and finding them!
To Wrap Up:
Can I still get this box if I sign up today? Sadly no, sign up today for the October box.
COUPON: Use code MSA20 to save 20% off your first monthly box!
Value Breakdown: The box costs a total of $8.90 including shipping. Using the values listed for each mask on the info card, however, I came up with a total value of $14.50 – not too shabby! The average price of each mask via the subscription is $2.23.
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What do you think of the Facetory FOUR-ever Fresh pack?