Facetory 4 Ever Fresh Subscription Review + Coupon – November 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 4 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)
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 4 Ever Fresh November 2018 Review
It’s Facetory’s birthday! Here’s a colorful card with some details, including Facetory’s Youtube channel. (Which, by the way, is SO CUTE! The gals behind Facetory seem like the absolute sweetest!)
As usual, there’s also a card that explains the features of each mask in the month’s pack. I find this card super helpful since a lot of the language on the mask packages is in Korean/other languages.
Duft and Doft Stockholm Rose Nourishing Hand Cream, 0.3 fl. oz.
There are a couple extras in this month’s pack in addition to the masks. The first is this sample-sized tube of hand cream, which has a lovely floral scent that’s not too strong (my pet peeve). I tossed it in my purse almost as soon as I unpacked it, and it’s saved me from uber-dry winter hands several times so far!
There’s no info on this little item on the cards, as far as I can see, so I’m just assuming what it is. I’m guessing it’s a scrubby tool that you can use to physically exfoliate your face, but it honestly reminds me of the poky side of a piece of Velcro. It’s a bit softer than that, but it shares the spiny fibers. It does work, but it’s a teeny bit scratchier than what I’d pick for myself.
Facetory Oh My Goodness Rejuvenating Snail Mask – Retail Value $3.50
Snail serum is super trendy right now, but all of my friends who’ve incorporated it into their skincare routines on the regular say it really does make a difference. This mask is meant to be hydrating AND soothing, with shea butter blended in alongside the snail secretion filtrate. Like most sheet masks, I found this one hydrating and nourishing, though the effects did seem to be a little more lasting than others I’ve tried. (It didn’t feel like the essence just dried up and left my skin dry all over again.)
Aqua Moisture Raccoon Face Mask – Listed Value $3.00
At first, I thought this mask might be one of those that looks like an animal face, but nope! Just a simple white mask 🙂 The ingredients in this formulation are all about retaining moisture and regeneration. I don’t know that my skin felt super rejuvenated after using this mask, but my skin definitely felt plumper and more awake. The BEST thing about this mask was how well it fit on my face. The size of the eye holes worked well with my big eyes, so that I wasn’t worried about my lashes flicking against the edges of the sheet!
Hey, Lo Live Once Calming White Mask – Retail Value $2.50
Personally, I love masks with creamy formulas rather than more watery ones. Maybe it’s all mental, but I always think they provide more lasting nourishment to my skin. This mask contains milk protein extract and mushroom extract to moisturize skin and fight inflammation. It really made my skin feel soft and dewy, like I’d just come from a facial. There was also plenty of extra essence to massage into my neck and décolletage, which felt sooo nice.
Purenskin Collagen Lifting Intensive Mask – Retail Value $3.00
I’m always bad at expecting really big things right away from masks. I bet that using a particular mask with a particular formulation over time probably does result in the claims they make on the package, but it’s a little unfair of me to assume that I’d see a drastic difference in my skin with one use of this collagen lifting mask. Long story short, I didn’t feel a ton of lifting nor see a more youthful, invigorated glow the moment I took the mask off. But as usual, this mask did leave my skin feeling soft and moisturized.
Verdict: I honestly love Facetory for giving me an excuse to stop what I’m doing, sit down, and chill for 15-20 minutes every now and then. It’s so affordable, and even if the masks don’t totally transform my face, they always leave me feeling nourished and most importantly, pampered.
To Wrap Up:
Can I still get this box if I sign up today? Sadly no, but sign up today for the upcoming 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 $12.00 (not counting the two bonus items). The average price of each mask via the subscription is $3.00.
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What do you think of the Facetory FOUR-ever Fresh pack?