Review: (Korean Sheet Mask) C&F Cosmetics Mask Sheet Pack

Hello lovely humans!

Today I’ll be reviewing a Korean mask sheet pack by C&F Cosmetics. It’s not too popular online but I see it in local Asian beauty stores everywhere in Toronto for $1-1.50 each or around $9 for 10 packs.  They do sell these masks online but they’re mighty expensive: $40 for 10??? Where do they get these prices from? O.O

From this brand, so far I’ve tried: Cucumber, Green Tea, and Q10 Collagen. Q10 Collagen is the most popular one. But today, I’ll be doing an overall review of their masks.

Let’s get started!


How to use:

1. Take the cotton sheet out of the packet, unfold it, and place it on your face.

2. Gently tap out any air bubbles.

3. Leave it on for 20-30min.

4. Take the mask off, and gently tap your face with your fingertips to fully absorb the essence until it’s dry.

*This is a one-time-use only product.



Ignore the Engrish.

There aren’t too many ingredients listed on the back, so that’s great! Even though this is a cheaper mask, they do not skimp on the amount of essence. Once you take it out, it feels fully soaked and yet it doesn’t drip. During those 20-30 minutes, your face will feel so cool and refreshed. It feels like a major hydration session. After those 20 minutes, your face will feel so moisturised and it will look brighter too. It does feel kind of sticky afterwards, so don’t forget to tap the essence into your face.



You don’t know how heavenly they smell! All of their masks are lightly fragranced for a relaxing aromatherapy effect. From what I’ve used so far, they all have a similar scent.


Cotton Mask: 


You don’t have to be too gentle with this product because this one doesn’t tear easily. Also, depending on your face shape, it may or may not entirely cover your forehead. However, it’s not a big deal if it doesn’t because you can always spread the essence to uncovered areas.


Overall: 4.5/ 5

I love this sheet mask! It moisturises my skin so much better than masks in a bottle. The only reason why it’s not a 5/5 is because it does have a sticky residue afterwards. It is tolerable, but I have used a Tony Moly Seaweed Sheet Pack that wasn’t as sticky and moisturised just as effectively. So if you’re passing by an Asian beauty store, I do recommend trying these out! They’re only a couple bucks each.

What sheet masks have you tried so far, and how do you like them? Thank you so much for reading! Have an awesome day!

See ya’ next time! 😀


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