An introduction to sheet masking: JoLee Weekly Mask Set

Korean sheet mask set


If you’ve never tried sheet masking and missed out on the chance to look particularly insane on Instagram, check this out.

This is the JoLee Weekly Mask Set. JoLee is a UK brand with Korean-inspired formulations. Either the ingredients or the product have been sourced from Korea and brought to the UK. We’ve already looked at their Dry Sheet Mask, and if you’re quick you can win one for yourself in the giveaway.

In this set (currently reduced to £5.99) you get three sheet masks, designed to be use across the course of a week. Each one does something slightly different. Hopefully the combined effect will leave your skin glowing and refreshed.

Sheet masks are saturated with serums formulated to target skin concerns. You generally wear them for up to 20 minutes. If your sheet mask is starting to dry out then you’ve had it on for too long.

Sheet masking is also useful if you are on the run from the authorities because who knows what’s lurking behind your sheet? I once saw a woman in the gym who was wandering around naked apart from her sheet mask and fair enough, I couldn’t have picked her out in a line up.

Weekly Sheet Masking – What you get

There are three sheet masks in this JoLee set:

  1. Charcoal Bubble Sheet Mask – for clarifying
    This is a foaming, wash-off sheet mask. Activated Charcoal, O2 bubbles and Orange and Papaya extract clarify skin by drawing out dirt, oil and impurities from pores for cleaner skin.
  2. Green Tea & Collagen Sheet Mask – for rebalancing
    The intensive formula of this natural fibre mask rebalances dehydrated areas, eliminates shine and restores the skin’s glow.
  3. Hyaluronic Acid Gel Mask – for hydrating
    The Hyaluronic Acid in the final mask helps reduce the appearance of fine lines. The collagen helps plump skin whilst Vitamin E revives tired and dull skin.

To me, the most interesting mask here is the first one, the Charcoal Bubbling Sheet Mask. We’ve looked at bubble masks before .They’re still not all that widely available outside Korean skincare. Which is weird because they are totally top fun.

The mask bubbles up on contact with the air, tickles your skin and leaves you looking like you’ve got a Captain Birdseye beard over your whole face:


Korean bubbling face mask


Once you’ve washed the bubbles off, the skin feels super refreshed and clean. The orange and papaya extracts mean that this is probably not for you if you have extra sensitive skin, though I enjoyed the orange scent of it. As you can see it’s a pretty big mask so if you’ve got a tiny face like a pea it might swamp you. I’ve got a giant face like the moon so I was OK.

All in all I think this set is a great bargain for anyone dipping a toe (or face) into the wonderful world of Korean sheet masking. It’ll certainly give your Instagram followers something to cheer about.

Product details

JoLee Weekly Mask Set is available here from Just Beauty, RRP £12.99, currently reduced to £5.99


Find out more

Lots more posts about sheet masks here


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  • Korean sheet masking is the latest trend now, hence enjoyed reading your post and your thoughts. My face is quite a small oval shaped face so it might be a bit too large for me.

    • Yes it is on the big side. They do vary but not that much. With the very big ones you get the edges going into your hair, but as long as you don’t mind that you’re good to go.

  • Kate Veggie Desserts

    They’re certainly crazy looking. I can’t imagine someone walking starkers in a gym with one on! I’ve tried one once though and it was really good!

    • I know, I was quite shocked too! But some people are just really blase about them and will wear them on planes etc. I use them quite a lot but only in the privacy of my own bathroom. That and Instagram of course, but that doesn’t count.

  • Laura

    I have never tried this brand, but I like the bubbly masks 🙂


    • oh you should definitely try one some time Laura, they tickle your face in quite a unique way…