The Face Shop Real Nature Face Masks Review

The Face Shop Real Nature Face Masks are in rage these days.Almost every beauty aficionado is talking about it, in fact, showering praises about how good they are. So, is it worth the hype?

Face Shop Real Nature Face Masks

About The Face Shop Real Nature Face Masks: These face masks are easy-to-use mask sheets that contain serums to make skin healthy. Each packet contains a face sheet mask soaked in serum. It’s for one time use only. Product is cruelty free and claims to be dermatologically tested.

How to use:

  • Wash you face and apply toner.
  • Pull out the mask and carefully place on face.
  • Remove after 10 to 15 minutes and pat face lightly to absorb remaining essence to skin.

Why and where did I buy the Face Shop Real Nature Face Masks?

When I saw the offers at Nykaa and Amazon I went crazy. Buy 7 get 7 free! Wow! I thought I better check these masks out before going out of stock or stopped the offer. So, I went about and ordered 7 sheets of these masks for myself, and got 7 for free. I had 14 face masks to try it out. I was super excited and also equally confused about deciding which one to try first. I started with Aloe vera next Honey and then Red Ginseng. The first two didn’t do much justice to my skin, but I liked the third one. It was just the third day, and I had 11 more masks to try. I laid all the masks on my table and checked each one carefully. I realize that these masks are a great option to add life to your skin, but if you don’t choose it correctly then it may not work right and you’re money will go to waste. Since I have super oily and large pores skin, I decided to keep aside all the masks that weren’t meant for my skin type especially. Like: honey &  olive.

Here are few of the Face masks from the Face Shop Real Nature Face Masks that worked great on my skin:

Red Ginseng (Revitalizing) BUY HERE

Face Shop Real Nature Face Masks

Product Description says ” The mask sheet is drenched in serum with revitalizing ginseng provides skin with a boost of energy and vitality. ”

My experience: The sheet inside came thickly soaked in serum that looked a sort of brownish red. Even though the product instruction says to keep the mask on for 10-15 minutes, I kept it for good 20 minutes. I removed the mask and gave a light face massage for about 2 minutes and went straight to bed. The morning when I woke up, my skin looked moisturized but not oily. Also, it had calmed the new acne to a great extent.

Lemon Citron Mask (Brightening) BUY HERE

Face Shop Real Nature Face Masks

The product description says” The brightening mask sheet with vitamin c packed lemon essence brightens and adds a fresh glow to dull skin tone.”

My experience: I had always loved the way lemon work on my skin, and this lemon sheet too didn’t let me down. I could feel my dark acne scar a little lighten and also there was not much oil on my skin the next day.


Mung bean (Pores) BUY HERE

Face Shop Real Nature Face Masks

Product Description says” The pore care mask sheet with mung bean essence purifies and helps tighten pores, leaving skin clean and smooth.”

My Experience: It indeed worked amazingly on my oily skin. I couldn’t  really see the pores shrink drastically and expecting so in one use will be my foolishness. However, my skin was normal the next day throughout. I was pretty impressed with this one.

Face Shop Real Nature Face Masks


  • Instant Result
  • Makes skin supple and moisturised, overall Healthy.


  • 100 rs for a sheet is pretty expensive for one time use. For now they are giving for 50rs and it’s still fine.I hope they don’t raise the price in long run. 😀
  • Available only online

My only advice would be:

Chose the face masks that suits your skin, and if you have extremely sensitive skin don’t skip the patch test. To get the best out of the mask, use it before going to bed, also, apply toner before using the mask, it will help even out the skin tone and give a better result.

Where to get the combo offer?

You can buy at or

If you don’t want to spend on buy 7 and get 7 offer, then check on Amazon. They have the options like combo of 6 for 300 rs and so on.. CHECK HERE

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DIY Scented Candle Using Egg Shell

Hey Guys! Today I am going to show you all how to make a cute DIY scented candle using egg shells. It’s a fun and creative experiment I did last weekend, and since it came out so well I just thought to share it will you all. You can use the DIY Scented Candle to decorate your room especially on events like birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas and so on…

DIY Scented Candle

To make this DIY Scented Candle you don’t need many ingredients. You can skip the essential oil if you don’t have it with you right now. Simply gather few of this stuff and you are all set to create your own DIY scented candle!

DIY Scented Candle

You’ll need:
1.Candle wax or a candle
2.Crayons (any crayon of your choice)
3.Essential Oils (optional)
4.candle wick or the same wick from the candle used

How to:

  • Make a small hole at the top of the egg shell and take out egg yolk and whites from the egg.
  • You can either grate or chop both the crayon and candle, and place it in a bowl. Microwave it for 1 minute or until both are melted.

DIY Scented Candle

    • Take the bowl out and add few drops of essential oil.
    • Now, insert the candle wick inside the egg shell.

  • Hold the tip of the wick and pour the melted candle in the shell.
  • Once it is filled leave it outside overnight or simply refrigerate it for 1 hour.

DIY Scented Candle

  • After the candles have properly hardened, carefully break the outer shell and ta-da! your candle is ready!I hope you guys really enjoyed reading the post. Please feel free to share it with your friends. 🙂 Sharing the post is just a click away! 🙂
    ~ Love & Hugs, Yang
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How To Use Henna for hair color at home

When I was a little girl, I used to watch my elder cousins using henna for hair. I remember them smearing leftover henna on my hair, and I’d be the happiest girl walking around the street with henna on! After the wash, I would run to the mirror to see my hair color. I believe back then, market hair dyes were not so common. Yes, black was the custom hair color available. Cousin sisters of mine who didn’t want a wig like jet black hair would use henna for hair instead. As I grew I learned that they were not only using henna to color their hair but to control dandruff, add shine to hair and basically for healthy hair growth.

For very long, I was only using market hair color products to color my hair. These hair dyes are really easy to apply and give instant gratification. However, the repercussion of dying hair too much slowly shows in later months. I was having hair breakage, split ends, dull hair and super dry hair ends. That’s when I decided to start using henna for hair.

Here are some of the benefits of using henna for hair:

  • It cleanses the scalp
  • It nourishes hair shafts.
  • Promotes Faster hair growth.
  • Gives shine to the hair
  • Makes hair thicker
  • Adds volume to flat hair

 If you don’t like to use henna for hair color at home because it’s messy or smells strong, or mostly because you are afraid that it will turn your hair red, then keep on reading….

Yes, the process of applying henna can be completely messy particularly while putting it on the hair on your own, so take help of someone who would apply the paste to your hair. Make sure you wear a dark colored old shirt while applying the henna on hair. The stains stay permanent on light color shirts. “What about the strong smell of henna?” You can simply add few drops of your favorite essential oils. Trust me, it’s unnecessary though, as the smell gradually fades after two to three wash. Talking about the Reddish color that henna gives to hair, the end result or the finish color of the hair depends on the original hair color. For instance, Dark black hair to Dark Brown, Golden Blonde to brown with red tones,  Brown hair to dark burgundy.  Your hair will not turn into pure red unless you have full grey hair or you are either using a non-organic henna. And this reminds me, always buy natural henna powder. Look at the back of the henna package and see the mentioned ingredients. But, using henna for hair also has some cons.



Why should you not use henna for hair Color?

If you are someone who easily gets bored with the same hair color and love to color hair using market hair dyes, then I suggest you think carefully before opting for henna. Once you apply henna on hair, it will be impossible to experiment hair with different market dyes for around 6 months. Also, if you are planning to permanently straighten or perm your hair then HOLD ON because it will hamper the styling process and might damage your hair severely. Ask, me, I have experienced. :/

I am applying henna for hair since I have no plans to either use other hair color products or straighten my hair, well all I want is healthy natural hair. 🙂

This is how I use henna for hair color at home

You Will Need

  • 1 Egg
  • 2 cups Organic Henna Powder
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup black tea or 1 tbsp coffee powder
  • Castor Oil
  • Fresh Aloe Vera gel
  • Gloves
  • Shower cap

Processing Time

4 to 8 hours


In a bowl, mix the henna powder, egg, Aloe vera Gel, and water until you get a consistent mixture.

Apply the mixture to your hair starting from the roots and make your way to the tips.

Take sections of hair and wrap each section around the top of your crown as you apply the henna so that you end up with a bun.

Once you are done applying, cover your head with a shower cap and leave it on for 2 to 3 hours.

Rinse the henna out of your hair with mild shampoo. You can skip the conditioner.

The next day, you can give yourself a deep hot oil hair massage.

How Often?

Once or twice  a month

If you are afraid of the henna stains around the neck, forehead or ears then apply some coconut oil or Vaseline to keep them protected from the color.

There are different ways to use henna for hair. This particularly is of rich color and soft hair. I’ll be posting more ways to use henna for flat hair, frizzy hair, for hair growth and more. Do subscribe to my blog and also find me on Instagram and Facebook: yangandbeyond.




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