Recently I’ve been enjoying using sheet masks alot more. I was a little vary at first but since using the TONY MOLY Rice Sheet Mask I’ve tried more sheet masks and actually quite like them. Since finding out how good they are, I’ve wanted to try more so I picked this us from Boots. It’s called the Ganier Skinactive Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask. As you can tell from the name, It’s meant to be moisturising. I do have oily skin so this isn’t one I would normally go for but since going away last month, my nose has been super dry so that’s the main reason I got it. The mask itself is nicely saturated in product, it’s a little tricky to unfold but I have found that with others also. It was a little short on my nose which was annoying because thats the whole reason I brought this mask, I ended up getting a little bit of product that was left in the packaging and putting it on any dry patches that the mask did’t cover. I left it on for 15 minutes like instructed and once removed, I massaged the excess into my skin. If I’m honest I didn’t actually notice much difference, It did moisturise my nose as the dry patches did get a lot better however apart from that i didnt really notice anything. I did have a break out on my chin later in the week aswell which might not be down to this but I haven’t been trying anything so all the fingers seem to be pointing to it. Overall, I was okay but I do prefer the TONY MOLY Rice Sheet mask as It feels alot more refreshing. I feel that if you have dry skin this mask would work really well for you but It’s not something I will be picking up again anytime soon.