For Beloved One is a popular Taiwanese cosmeceutical skincare brand and is well-known for its pioneering invention of the bio-cellulose mask, applying medical bio-fibers into the beauty field for the first time. The bio-cellulose mask has earned accolades and is praised by cosmetic surgeons and has received many acclamations from major media. It is also highly favored by many celebrities and experts such as Barbie Hsu, Annie Yi, and Niu Er.
So... I gave the mask a try after reading a million and one wonderful things about it. One thing I noticed after I ripped the mask packaging open is that he mask is sandwiched in between 2 plastic flaps.
The mask is really rich and full of its milky white essence.
The product information and ingredients list that can be found at the back of the mask packaging.
An illustration on the packaging to demonstrate how to use the mask.
How the mask looks on me.
One thing different about this mask as compared to the other masks that I have tried is that it is made from a jelly-like substance and not paper. Because of this, it allows the serum to penetrate into the skin more effectively. It also sticks really well onto my face, even without ear hooks.
I also like the fact that it covers my eye area too!
BEFORE: Slight blemishes here and there. Pretty noticeable dark circles around the eye area.
AFTER: The blemishes on my cheek have lightened significantly. The dark circles around my eye area have lightened too. My verdict is that the mask is definitely effective in whitening my skin and it makes the skin more supple and tender after use.
The mask can be re-used. After using it, store it in the refrigerator for the next use. I personally do not like reusing my masks, so I discarded it after one use.
I really like the instant results that I get after using this mask, but because of the hefty price tag, SGD$63 (3pc/box) at Sephora Singapore, I am still considering if it's worth a purchase.
For more information, you can visit For Beloved One website here.