Facetory 4 Ever Fresh Subscription Review + Coupon – December 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 December 2018 Review
Facetory sends a little info card along with their masks to explain each formula.
There’s also a second info card with some simple tips for new sheet maskers.
Yadah Vitalizing Mask Pack – Retail Value $3.00
I don’t know why I didn’t expect this mask to do too much for my skin—I think I’ve just never had an awesome experience with fruit essences. But this mask felt SO refreshing to my skin. It’s not that my skin looked completely different after a few minutes under this antioxidant and vitamin-C-rich mask, but it definitely felt great. My skin has loved the vitamin C serums I’ve used before, so I’m wondering if the vitamin C in the pomegranate extract was what made this mask feel so uniquely refreshing.
Let’s Talk Detox Purifying Pore Mask – Retail Value $4.00
When I saw that this was a charcoal mask, I assumed it was one of those peel-off ones (which I love). Instead, this mask has a serum that helps detoxify your skin—no peeling involved. It did leave my skin feeling squeaky clean and refreshed, but I kind of missed the extreme clean you get with a peel-off mask.
Baroness Lily Flower Mask Sheet – Retail Value $2.50
This mask is meant to be brightening and anti-aging, thanks to its lily flower extract, which removed impurities, and sodium hyaluronate, which is a moisturizing, age-defying ingredient. This one provided more of a run-of-the-mill sheet mask experience for me—it was refreshing and definitely moisturizing, but not in a way that felt particularly notable or out of the ordinary.
Moksha Dear Mugwort Aloe Tea Tree Mask – Retail Value $3.00
According to Facetory, mugwort extract is anti-inflammatory, as is tea tree oil, an ingredient I’ve come to know and love in a lot of different skin and body care products. This mask was cool and refreshing, and left my skin feeling a little lighter and happier.
Verdict: While I don’t know that I ever feel the full advertised effects of these individual sheet masks, just because I’m only using them as one-offs, I do love doing these masks and either end up feeling refreshed or more nourished after each one. This subscription is a cool way to get to know all the possibilities of sheet masks, too—I’ve learned about new ingredients to follow up on and try.
To Wrap Up:
Can I still get this box if I sign up today? Sadly no, sign up today for the upcoming box.
Value Breakdown: The box costs a total of $8.90 including shipping. Using the values listed on Facetory’s online shop, however, I came up with a total value of $12.50. 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?