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SINDO P&G, face mask expert manufacturer.

Inspired by the dream for infinite beauty,
SINDO P&G CO., LTD. moves forward, enriching moisturing
silky skin and creating woman's supreme beauty,
with the R&D's skincare technology.

SINDO P&G, face mask expert manufacturer.

Inspired by the dream for infinite beauty,
SINDO P&G CO., LTD. moves forward, enriching moisturing
silky skin and creating woman's supreme beauty,
with the R&D's skincare technology.

SINDO P&G, face mask expert manufacturer.

Inspired by the dream for infinite beauty,
SINDO P&G CO., LTD. moves forward, enriching moisturing
silky skin and creating woman's supreme beauty,
with the R&D's skincare technology.

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Fabrics(Kinds of mask sheet)

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Fabrics

 

What different kinds of sheet materials are used for sheet masks?

Every company and brand uses a unique type of sheets. Mostly, four main materials are used, listed from the first generation to the most recent generation:

 

Traditional non-woven fabrics

  • Flat, porous sheets made directly from separate fibers, molten plastic or plastic film (filters, wipes, diapers, etc. use non-woven fiber)
  • Inexpensive
  • Breathable
  • Limited capacity to deliver serum deeper into the skin
  • Does not adhere to the face too well, making it difficult to move around in them
 

Cotton

  • Natural fiber harvested from cotton plant (clothes, towels, etc. use cotton)
  • Inexpensive
  • Soft and breathable
  • Have better absorption system into the skin compared to non-woven fiber
  • Does not adhere to the face too well, making it difficult to move around in them
 

Hydrogel

  • 3D structured biocompatible polymer network (used to treat wounds and skin damage in the medical field)
  • Great absorption system and provides a cooling effect
  • Adheres to the face well, making it easy to move around
  • Not breathable
  • Generally has a top and bottom part of sheets separately
  • Chemical during certain types of the hydrogel manufacturing process can irritate skin
  • Normally expensive
 

Bio-cellulose

  • A type of non-woven fabric from microbial cellulose rather than plant based cellulose
  • Adheres to the skin better than cotton, but still not as good as hydrogel
  • Great absorption system
  • Breathable
  • Easier to move around in than cotton, but less so than hydrogel
  • Came out after hydrogel to improve on the negative qualities of non-woven fabric, but not as comfortable as hydrogel
  • Slightly on the expensive side 
 

Ecoderma

  • The newest generation of fabric for sheet masks developed with advanced technology
  • A combination of positive attributes from non-woven fabric and natural hydrogel
  • Breathable
  • Adheres to the face very well, thus making it easy to move around
  • Absorbs serum deeper into skin
  • Safe and comfortable on skin
  • Expensive