Enbacci Sheet Masks

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If you’re travelling light, but you want to give yourself a top notch facial on the road, these new sheet masks from Enbacci are both convenient and effective. Here’s why.

  • What Is It: A new range of two disposable face masks from Enbacci which use electrolytes and fruit stem cell innovation.
  • Why buy: They are ideal for travellers, they are no mess, and they deliver great results.
  • The Details: Enbacci Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Mask costs rrp $20 for one and $73 for a box of five, and Age Revitalising Face Defence Mask costs rrp $23 for one and $85 for a box of five, available from www.enbacci.com.  

Road Test 

If you read this blog regularly you’ll know I’ve been a fan of home facials for years, but travelling with the additional facial beauty products you need to give your skin a boost on the road can take up quite a bit of room in your toiletries bag. This is where disposable sheet masks are so convenient. You pack one (or more) to take on your travels, you use a mask in the privacy of your hotel room and then discard it. Over the years a growing number of beauty brands have introduced sheet masks for good reasons. Besides being portable and no mess, sheet masks do a variety of jobs quickly and easily, from hydrating and moisturising the skin, to clarifying or brightening it in a matter of minutes. Enbacci, one of Australia’s leading stem cell skin care companies, has recently added two sheet masks to its range of luxury products; Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Mask, and Age Revitalising Face Defence Mask. With these masks, the luxury cult brand uses a combination of electrolytes and fruit stem cell extracts, in particular Swiss apples and French grapes, to instantly boost the skin. Electrolytes are essential minerals such as sodium, calcium, and potassium; they are vital to key functions in the body, they are known for replenishing hydration, and they conduct electricity when mixed with water. You’ll likely have heard them mentioned in ads for sports drinks which promise to replace them lost through sweat. As it turns out, however, electrolytes can have a similar hydrating effect on the skin too, leading to a number of skincare brands to develop electrolyte-infused formulas for skin in need of an extra shot of moisture. Enbacci’s sheets masks are a bit different, however, as they are designed to not only plump up and hydrate the skin, but also reduce the signs of ageing, thanks to use of embryonic fruit stem cells and the electrolyte potassium. The Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Mask contains cells extracted from the callus of the grape – a gel-like covering that forms as the grape attempts to heal itself – along with a lineup of ingredients which can help to reverse UV-related damage, reduce redness and inflammation, even skin tone, and strengthen your skin. Meanwhile the Age Revitalising Face Defence Mask is rich in vitamins A, B and C, combining a rare Swiss variety of orchid apples, the Uttwiler Spätlauber, and Leucojum Aestivum Bulb Extract to brighten the skin, reduce puffiness, plump fine lines, and treat acne scars, blemishes and dark spots. And there’s a bonus with this mask; the Leucojum Aestivum Bulb Extract is believed to mimic the effects of Botox by plumping the skin from within, giving a more youthful appearance. Using the masks is easy. Simply cleanse your skin and pat dry, then unfold the mask, place onto your skin, and relax for 15 or 20 minutes. Once finished, remove the mask and massage any excess product into your skin. I road tested both masks starting with the Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Mask, which is wonderful to use as an ongoing part of your skin care regime, and particularly useful if you are travelling to extreme climates. As for the Age Revitalising Face Defence Mask, this delivers an instant and lasting boost of hydration if your skin is especially dry or really in need. Either way, you won’t go wrong with these next generations masks; the only difficulty will be choosing between them.  

Beauty In Travel Loves

  • The masks are disposable, light to carry and ideal for travellers.
  • Using one is a wonderful way to relax and enjoy some “me” time.
  • They deliver results quickly. 

Insider Tips

  • Massage any residue product into your neck and your décolletage as well as your face. Use gentle upward motions from your lower neck towards your chin, from your chin and the outer corners of the lips towards your earlobes and ears, and from the side of your nose to your temples to increase the blood flow and give your skin an extra glow.


Joanna Hall


  • 5

    Posted by Michelle ZZZ on 25th May 2020

    CAn't wait to try!

  • 4
    Time Saving

    Posted by Bev Dayal on 25th May 2020

    These would be great for travellers. Time saving and no mess. Also you throw away after use. I tend to use them on my face, then before throwing away put them on my neck and then chest to maximise the cost. It works!

  • 5
    Love This Brand

    Posted by Marian Halls on 25th May 2020

    Great brand, top quality products, great anti aging and long lasting even though not cheap.

  • 4
    Great Innovation

    Posted by Karen Fagan on 25th May 2020

    These first appeared in Korean skin scare from what I know. I saw them living in Singapore. Much cheaper than these but great.

  • 3

    Posted by Helen C on 25th May 2020

    Sheet masks are a great idea but I reckon they're expensive overall....you get more VFM from a tube of something.