How Does the [n]fibrecare Nanofiber Mask Work?

The [n]fibrecare dry mask that puts an end to other masks, quite literally. I know what you're thinking, aren't sheet masks supposed to be wet? How can such a mask work at all? Don't worry, we'll explain everything in a moment. 



Wait, Wait – What Is This Dry Mask?

Currently, there are many types of facial masks, and if you're not devoted to cosmetics from morning till night, it's easy to get lost in them. Clay masks, cream masks, peel-off masks, rinse-off masks... and the list goes on!

And then there are the sheet masks that we all know. And even though we love quality masks that brighten our tired skin in a few minutes, let's admit it: sometimes we don't feel like using them. Just getting the mask out of the packaging is a bit of a struggle (I can't even count how many times I accidentally dropped it into the sink). Moreover, during the process, it gradually drips onto the sink, and by the time I manage to find a place to let it work in a horizontal position, I've already made a mess on the floor. When the application is finally done, I look in the mirror and see my shirt... And I realize I have to change.


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All of this led me to doubt whether sheet masks are really worth it when there are so many alternatives. But even those alternatives weren't any more pleasant. Take rinse-off masks, for example. Am I the only one who makes more mess than benefit during application and rinsing? Moreover, they take a long time and are incredibly inconvenient for someone like me, who doesn't have that much free time to think about it. Sometimes you just need something that is quick, simple, and above all, effective – and that's exactly what you'll find in the first dry sheet mask.

What Are the Benefits of a Dry Nanofiber Mask?

You've probably realized what makes nanofiber masks so revolutionary are the tiny thin nanofibers that are loaded with essential active ingredients for your skin, such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, or hyaluronic acid. Yes, it's a dry mask that contains all the active ingredients within the fibers themselves. Pretty amazing, right?

Nanofiber masks are also super thin and, most importantly, they fit everyone perfectly (no slipping or sliding, seriously!). Moreover, these masks are designed to deliver all those amazing ingredients to your skin in the most efficient and fastest way possible – it only takes 8 minutes for them to absorb into the skin. And here's something every informed woman will appreciate – they don't contain any ingredients that don't belong on your skin, such as silicones, parabens, fragrances, dyes, or acrylics. 

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The nanofibers are activated upon contact with moist skin – and what's great about them is that you can use your favorite serum or essence to enhance the effect, or simply use water to maximize the benefits of the mask's ingredients. 


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What Does This Mean?

Dry sheet masks are the future of cosmetics. And here are five reasons why you should try them as soon as possible.

  1. You can customize it according to your needs by using your own serum or essence.
  2. They are super easy and quick to use – only 8 minutes are needed.
  3. No need to rinse your face or wipe off mask residue.
  4. You don't have to dance over the sink to prevent the mask from dripping on your shirt or the floor – they are dry.
  5. The nanofiber is fully biodegradable – so they are not only gentle on your skin but also on the environment.

Tip: Try the inert mask by [n]fibrecare, the most popular mask among beauticians, as it accelerates the absorption of active ingredients – simply apply your favorite serum to cleansed skin before applying the mask. 

Lucie Konečná, Operations Director at nanoSPACE
Lucie Konečná has been involved in nanotechnology for 7 years. She is a co-author of the project "Česko je nano" (Czech Republic is Nano) and has been working on raising awareness about nanotechnology. Since May 2020, she has been managing the operations of the nanoSPACE e-shop.