Yadah Sheet Masks Review

Here's a review on Yadah Sheet Masks.

Price: Around P50.00
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Other Locations: Available in all Beauty Bar boutiques; Beauty Bar Online

THE VERDICT:

My sheet mask usage is getting more and more frequent; is this what stress really does to you? Haha! Well, it's a good kind of stress because I'm doing what I like doing; can't complain, Martha!

My go- to budget- friendly masks as of late is Yadah; Most of my earnings go to various investments at the end of each month so I've been "broke" for the last few months and whenever I can save on an item (but without sacrificing the quality, of course, I grab the opportunity; Yadah Sheet Masks are one of those that fit the bill because it helps my skin de-stress without stressing out my wallet! :D

YADAH SHEET MASKS IN DETAIL

Yadah's sheet masks are infused with Natural extracts and come in 5 variants: Soothing with Oputia Ficus Indica Extract, Vitalizing with Pomegranate Extract, Moisturizing with Honey Extract, Collagen with Snail Secretion Filtrate, and Brightening with Lime Extract. Masks are Paraben, Fragrance, Benzophenone, and Artificial colorants- free.
YADAH SHEET MASKS IN ACTION

FYI, Yadah's sheet masks are made of natural cotton!

These masks are drenched and I like it! Every time I use it, I feel that my face is getting the treatment it deserves, but at a friendly price; In short, it's a steal. Personal favorite is Snail Secretion Filtrate (Will you look at that? I'm now in love with Snail extracts!) because I feel that it gives my skin that dewy, bouncy look.

With just P50.00 (or prolly a little over P50.00), you can give your skin intense moisture treatment with Yadah Sheet Masks. I should go hoard more. :D

YADAH SHEET MASKS RATING

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21 Lovely Thoughts

  1. I love it when you share your budget friendly products. Also the price is is very promising and I really trust your verdict on a certain product - when you said it work, it will work. But I can't imagine a real snail on my face LOL! Anyways gotta check these babies soon, thank you for sharing these affordable products Ms.Martha.

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  2. Yadah is a promising brand, ha. Saw some at Beauty Bar last week. Maybe I'll try it next time. My current sheet masks are from Faceshop. :)

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    1. Awesome! I'm using Vedette aside from Yadah. :)

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  3. I am too lazy with my skin but, lately I notice that my pres are much bigger and my skin is dry in the morning when I wake up. I think this is a wake up call to pay attention to skin. I'll definitely check this out too!

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    1. Sheet masks can definitely help because they prevent products from evaporating quickly right before your skin drinks 'em. :) Let me know how these work for you.

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  4. Just reading the variants of Yadah sheet masks here in your post. My mind says I want the snail variant and I'm surprised it was your fave. That makes me excited more to try! Thanks for sharing affordable sheet masks:)

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  5. Cute ng packaging. And so nice to have lots of variants. :) It's cheaper than the other brands which excites me to try it. :) Would love to try Brightening with Lime Extract and Vitalizing with Pomegranate Extract first!

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    1. Yes! Super like Yadah the character. Vitalizing is my other choice too!

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  6. Yadah is a brand worth checking out in BB, they have so many good products to try! Their eyeliner is at the top of my list and this is prolly the second.

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  7. owww, new budget friendly beauty product that can also deliver good effect...... gotta have one! :)

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  8. The beauty bar in lucky chinatown doesn't sell a lot of items. The Yadah section is always lacking :( Anyway, I actually started selling mask sheets this year, I ask a friend to pick them up for me in Korea then I resell for extra cash :P I think I converted a lot of my friends who used to not take care of their skin much. Horse Fat and Bee Venom from Skinfood are nice! But Skinfood in the PH is expensive :(

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    1. Yes! It's still impressive that they're still around given the number of affordable korean beauty brands locally. Horse fat mask!? What the???? Haha! I've yet to try that!

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  9. I've tried Yadah's lip crayon and I loved it. I am pretty sure that I will also love their the mask. Pretty affordable too when compared to other brands. I've been fond of using these maks, just like you Miss Martha. If only I can make these masks a daily habit, but then a 50php extra spending a day would be too much. =(

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    1. Hay, I know. :( Once or twice a week will do as your more intensive skin ritual. :)

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  10. ive got a thing for facial masks, I specially love those with "flavor" haha And the pricepoint is good too! will definitely try these when I ran out. Thanks for sharing these budget friendly goodies!

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  11. Because I am searching for a review on this brand.. I found this review yay! I think i am now addicted to masking!

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