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I was looking at mulberry silk face masks (seen them highly recommended on Instagram), and was wondering if anyone has tried one of these? Apparently, they're meant to be better for maskne, and don't create a 'moist' area around your face like other materials. All the reviews I've seen on websites are really good, but idk how much I can trust those :/

Any comments or reviews are appreciated, thank you.
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Hi x

I was looking at mulberry silk face masks (seen them highly recommended on Instagram), and was wondering if anyone has tried one of these? Apparently, they're meant to be better for maskne, and don't create a 'moist' area around your face like other materials. All the reviews I've seen on websites are really good, but idk how much I can trust those :/

Any comments or reviews are appreciated, thank you.
So i watched this show a month or two ago about silk face masks. They said that ppl with asthma are advised to wear silk masks instead as it can help them breathe better. so yes if they are saying it's safe for someone with an underlying health condition i'm sure it's completely fine
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I just checked and it's £15 for one(for some reason I expected it to be more). It seems like a good idea for those with sensitive skin and allergies.
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So i watched this show a month or two ago about silk face masks. They said that ppl with asthma are advised to wear silk masks instead as it can help them breathe better. so yes if they are saying it's safe for someone with an underlying health condition i'm sure it's completely fine
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I just checked and it's £15 for one(for some reason I expected it to be more). It seems like a good idea for those with sensitive skin and allergies.
Thank you for your input! I haven't gone outside in a while, and now that my work is opening I wanted to make sure I got a good mask that's fit for my skin (all my old ones were terrible). And I didn't know about it being good for asthma, I'll have to pass that info on to my siblings. Thanks again.
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