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FaceTory 7 Lux Subscription Review + Coupon – February 2021

FaceTory is a monthly beauty box that’s perfect for people interested in the Korean sheet mask facial trend. The company aims to provide its members with the latest cult-favorite products, essences, and ingredients.

This is a review of the 7 Lux subscription level ($19.90 per month + free U.S. shipping), which includes 7 sheet masks with slightly higher-functioning formulations (think hydrogels and other more sophisticated ingredients).

FaceTory also offers the Lux Plus Box ($49.95 per quarter + free U.S. shipping) which includes 5-6 full-size products, and 5-6 masks or specialty items.

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

About FaceTory

The Subscription Box: FaceTory 7 Lux

The Cost: $19.90 per month + free U.S. shipping

COUPON: Use code MSA20 to save 20% off your first box!

The Products: 7 trend-savvy sheet mask facials, made with higher-functioning ingredients.

Ships to: The U.S. for free and worldwide starting at $9.95

FaceTory 7 Lux February 2021 Review


Here is our helpful info booklet with all of our masks.

Now on to the masks themselves:


Lapothicell Multiplication Biocellulose Mask – Retail Value $5.00

The first mask this month is one of those second-skin types made of coconut bio cellulose. It arrived between two mesh sheets to keep it safe. This makes application a little more work, but these truly fit against your skin beautifully and you can barely tell you have anything on. This was kind of a do-it-all for me; it gave my face moisture, evened out my texture, and just felt great on.


Dr. Althea Oasis Soothing Mask – Retail Value $3.00 (currently sold out)

This mask gets my vote for most beautiful packet this month. It makes me want to travel! The mask itself is a fiber material but is so light and thin you can barely feel it. There is a ton of leftover serum inside after you apply the mask, so be sure to massage the ceramide-rich formula on your neck for some extra pampering. This is the ideal sort of day sheet mask because the serum is light and not even a bit sticky.


DewyTree Hibiscus 100 Mask – Retail Value $3.00 (currently sold out)

I am kind of obsessed with this mask because it is literally 100% Hibiscus flower extract, which is just way cool. It has a slightly floral but sweet scent that is very natural. My skin felt so soft and hydrated after this, and the mask itself felt soft and fit well. My only complaint is that I think the flower on the front of this pack is actually a tulip, but that doesn’t actually change my feelings on this wonderful mask.


Elishacoy Skin Tea Time Mask Yuja Tea – Retail Value $2.00 (currently sold out)

I am always a big fan of tea-inspired and infused skincare and sheet masks. This one has loads of vitamin C and a fresh citrus scent as well as ceramides, allantoin, and tea tree. It was a super lightweight clear serum that left my skin feeling cool and wonderfully prepped for the day.


VT Cosmetics Gold Probiotics Mask Retail Value $4.80 (currently sold out)

This mask had a milky serum infused with 24k gold and ferments. Gold always feels luxurious, although I never notice an actual improvement in my skin. Ferments, on the other hand, my skin LOVES. Seriously, I always have calmer skin with less redness and minimized pore size. This wonderful and well-fitting mask also has hyaluronic acid and yogurt probiotics inside, both of which provide hydration and nourishment to dull skin.


CLIV Hyaluronic Propolis Soothing Ampoule Mask – Retail Value $4.00 (currently sold out)

These sheet masks that arrive in bottle-shaped packages are always so cute to me. The main ingredient focus inside this pouch is propolis, which is created by bees. It is over the top hydrating and calms irritation. This one also has niacinamide (one of my current faves because I have noticed that it helps minimize the look of my pores and calm redness), hyaluronic acid, cica, and a ton of other goodies. The scent was slightly sweet but pleasant, and the fit was great!


Celarion Deep Miracle Ampoule Collagen Mask – Retail Value $2.00 (currently sold out)

Our final mask is collagen-focused, which is beneficial to anyone who cares about maintaining the firmness and youthfulness of their skin. It also has antioxidant-rich pomegranate extract. Loads and loads of serum inside here too, so you can take some extra and massage your neck and chest for some extra pampering. The serum left my skin calm and feeling very fresh.


Elishacoy TetraForce Spot Patch, 45 patches – Retail Value $10.00

Over the last year, due to maskne, I have morphed into a spot patch superfan. There is nothing better to calm down an eruption on my face. Generally, I usually only have one or two, but if they are along my jawline, they are those big monster zits that just seem to get super red and last forever. Patches like this are great because they keep your spots covered and protected from bacteria, and because they have tea tree oil and are made of a hydrocolloid material, they shrink and dry out problematic spots while helping them heal. They are also clear and subtle enough to wear out if you need to!

Verdict: FaceTory felt extra-nourishing this month and somehow catered to my dry and dull skin. That isn’t to say that you couldn’t enjoy it just as much if you aren’t dry, but this envelope delivered a moisture boost I really needed, along with appearances by some of my favorite ingredients like cica, hyaluronic acid, collagen, peptides, honey, ferments, and like a million more. I always have such a good time exploring the different masks and find that there is always a wide range of fun inside. 

To Wrap Up:

Can I still get this box if I sign up today? No. Your subscription will likely begin with the March box.

COUPON: Use code MSA20 to save 20% off your first box!

Value Breakdown: This box costs $19.90 + free shipping, which means that each of the 8 items in the box has an average cost of $2.49.

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Written by Megan Kirkland

Megan Kirkland

I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

Posted in Beauty Subscription Boxes, FaceTory Reviews, K-Beauty Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: facetory | 6 comments

Comments (6)

  1. They have a fun deal, today only, where you can get their 23 mask bundle for $23 (free shipping) with TIMETOGLOW.

  2. Hey just a little not sure why you thought that is a tulip on that mask? Google what a hibiscus looks like and then a tulip. Just for next time. Little things like that always stick out to me in reviews. Not trying to be rude. Just so you’ll know for next time.

    • Hey Erin! I did google. And the stamen looks like a tulip. My hibiscus plants have a very different looking filament and stigma. The pistils and stamen of the flower on the mask is that of a parrot tulip.

      • Hibiscus always has five petals; although there are some varieties that have slightly curvy edges to the petals, the five petals are a constant.

        The stamen does not look like a hibiscus stamen to me, it looks like a tulip stamen. However, tulips also don’t typically have that arrangement of petals unless some of them fell off, though parrot tulip petals do have edges like that (tulips have 3 petals and 3 sepals that look kind of like petals, which that does not).

        I think someone was just drawing a flower without really trying to be botanically accurate, or without knowing what a hibiscus was, or getting translations of words mixed up. I know in a lot of K-beauty packaging, there are things that look like chemical structures that make no sense whatsoever if you actually analyze them.

  3. Not sure why it says this box costs $8.90 per month at the end of the review. Is that a deal or is it out-of-date info?

    • That’s for the 4 sheet masks per month subscription. They have two different sheet mask subscriptions plus a quarterly box.

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