Mamonde’s Flower Lab Rose Sheet Mask Is Like Masking With a Bouquet of Flowers

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Mamonde Flower Lab Essence Mask in Rose and Sarah Kinonen wearing the sheet mask
Best of Beauty
  • Best of Beauty
  • 2019

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A K-beauty sheet mask made with rose extract to nourish and hydrate the skin

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If you were to walk into my bedroom, a few things would immediately grab your attention: There's my snazzy blue velvet headboard, my stuffed-to-the-brim closet, and, most noticeable of all, my overflowing (and oftentimes messy) vanity.

It's basically Marie Kondo's nightmare. The top of the gray-color cabinetry, which holds all of my products hostage, is bursting with skin-care products and fragrances galore. And while the skin-care products vary (masks, moisturizers, and serums spill over the top), my fragrance collection is basically one note. That's because no matter how hard I try to expand my perfume portfolio, I always seem to come back to the same damn scent: anything and everything rose. (Hey, at least I'm consistent.) And lately, I've even been trying to sneak rose into other aspects of my routine, including my skin-care regimen.

Here's where the Mamonde Flower Lab Essence Mask in Rose comes in. The K-beauty sheet mask, just as its name implies, is infused with rose to nourish, while the sheet itself is made with eucalyptus pulp, which adheres to the face to deeply push serum into the skin. It's super hydrating and almost smells like one of my favorite $150 bottles of Fancy Designer Fragrance. That's probably why I love it so much.

That and the Mamonde mask also makes my face feel like I've poured an entire bottle of serum over it — sopping wet, but also super hydrated. This isn't from the rose, though. The mask is also made with hyaluronic acid (that pulls moisture into the skin to plump it) and glycerin (the ingredient that locks said moisture into the skin), both of which are very much needed now that the temperature has plummeted here in New York City.

My favorite time to use the Mamonde Flower Lab Essence Mask in Rose is on a cold night after I step into my 300-square-foot apartment and sit in front of the radiator for a few minutes. Once I'm warm and cozy, I slap on the mask for much-needed moisture. Then I spritz myself with my actual rose fragrance for good measure.