To say that I'm obsessed with Korean beauty products is an understatement, and one of my tried and true skincare favorites is sheet masks. Since moving to Korea this summer, I've hopped on the sheet mask bandwagon in a big way, making them a regular part of my nighttime skincare routine. They're gentle enough to use daily a point drive home by Korean skincare expert Charlotte Cho of Soko Glam with her seven day sheet mask challenge , but is there such a thing as too many sheet masks? If one sheet mask a day seems excessive, what about two sheet masks per day? Apparently, it seems that using two sheet masks a day isn't as uncommon as it sounds, and quite a few Asian beauty bloggers or AB bloggers, as they're known on the Internet have started the hashtag TeamDoubleFisting to refer to the phenomenon. The phrase hasn't exactly gone viral yet, but it's definitely a thing. Those who have joined TeamDoubleFisting really swear by it as well.
Using a Sheet Mask Every Day Is Actually Good for Your Skin
Using a Sheet Mask Every Day Is Actually Good for Your Skin | Allure
When I first became interested in all things beauty, I feared most skincare pretty intensely. Face masks and sheet masks felt intimidating to me — bound to wreak havoc on my impossibly sensitive complexion at least I assumed so. So I decided to put my hypochondriac theory to the test, and try different face masks every day for a week. Until recently, I had hardly even used moisturizer on my face, let alone more advanced skin care treatments and masks. However, since exploring my fascination with sheet masks on and off throughout the year, I came to realize that face masks are not going to ruin my skin. In fact, my face feels its very best after a mask. My sensitive skin , riddled with dark circles, redness, and eczema, is always in need of an extra hand.
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During her panel, she mentioned how some people in Korea do two sheet masks a day. Let me repeat, there are people who have the time to do two sheet masks every single day. Redditors on the Asian Beauty subreddit indulge in the daily skincare habit, too. This is the same part of the Internet that brought us the heated sheet mask hack.