Sephora’s Holy Sheet is one of the sets I look forward to most each year. This year, it is the Sephora Collection Holy Sheet Mask & Self Care Set. It incorporates more types of products. The set gets released every May and October or November. While sheet masks are always the star of the set, we get more types of products with every new set that comes out. That is not necessarily a bad thing, because as much as I love sheet masks, I look forward to seeing what new items we’ll get to try when a new set comes out. I’ve also reviewed some other Sephora Collection Sheet Mask Sets.
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There are 19 products in the Sephora Collection Holy Sheet Mask & Self Care Set. At $48, that makes the cost of each product $2.53. All products retail for more than that, so this is a fantastic deal for those interested in most of the products.
Only six of the 19 are sheet masks and only four are traditional sheet masks. Five products are not masks at all, but they fit the new theme of self care.
The Pineapple Nose Mask retails for $3. I have not tried this one yet. It claims to tighten pores, which is interesting if it really works.
The Charcoal Nose Mask retails for $3. This is one I’ve ordered for my husband. It pulls blackheads out of the nose. Yes, it works, but so does the Biore strip. Those are a lot cheaper.
The 10 Mini Coconut Wipes retail for $3. I have not tried these yet, but I am certain I can find a use for them. They claim to be soothing and relaxing.
The 10 Mini Watermelon Wipes retail for $3. I have not tried these yet, but I will find a use for them. They claim to be hydrating. My skin can use all the hydration it can get.
The 1oz Rose Hand Balm retails for $5. I can always use hand balm, so I look forward to trying this.
The 1oz Honey Hand Scrub retails for $5. My hands get really dry, and I find a nice hand scrub helps. This is one I have not tried yet.
The Coconut Face Mask retails for $6. This is a nourishing sheet mask with moderate reviews. I have not tried it yet, so I will see if those assessments are accurate.
The Pearl Face Mask retails for $6. This is a perfecting and brightening sheet mask that I already enjoy. I am happy to have another.
The Pineapple Face Mask retails for $6. This is a pore perfecting & smoothing mask that I have not tried yet. There are times when my pores look a little large, so I like having this on hand.
The Lychee Face Mask retails for $6. This is a moisturizing mask I have not tried yet, but I love its sister, the moisturizing Rose Mask. I am sure I will love this as well.
The Avocado Hand Mask retails for $5. I am allergic to avocado, so I’ve always given this one away from other sets. My allergy does not pop up as often as it used to, so I am going to try this. Wish me luck!
The Almond Foot Mask retails for $5. I enjoy the extra boost of hydration this provides, but I do not think it does enough to justify its price tag to purchase it separately. My feet just feel the same as when I go straight from the shower to foot cream.
The Grape Eye Mask retails for $5. This one claims to soothe and de-puff. I will try it on a day when I have really puffy eyes and see how it goes.
The Pomegranate Eye Mask retails for $5. This one says it is for anti-fatigue and energizing. I will try this on a day when I am feeling really tired.
The 1.18oz Red Clay Mask retails for $8. This one says it is for anti-fatigue and energizing. I will try this on a day I am feeling really tired as well.
The 1.18oz Yellow Clay Mask retails for $8. This one claims it revitalizes and tones. My expectations are low, because I never really see results from these types of masks. I will try it though.
The Charcoal Mask retails for $6. I love the idea of a charcoal sheet mask to cleanse and refresh at the same time. This is one I have not tried yet.
The Bubble Mask retails for $6. I love bubble masks. My current favorite retails for $9, so I could save 33% if I love this one. Fingers crossed!
The 3.38oz Guarana Body Butter retails for $6. I love trying new body moisturizers for my extremely dry skin.
This set has a $100 value, just as Sephora estimates. All products are either full-size or sold in that size, which makes it easy to calculate value. I will probably keep everything, so my personal value is also $100. Getting double the value of what I paid makes this an incredible deal for me. A lot of these things are items I’ve wanted to try or already love but prefer not to pay full price. For those who keep everything, they are essentially getting a 50% discount off each item. If you are keeping most of the set, I think this is definitely worth it. Those who only want a few pieces should look into cheaper sets or buy the ones they want individually.
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I'm Kimberly. Shopping is always more fun when I've found the best deal available, so I am always on the hunt. My father instilled that in me, and I love that I carry a piece of him. Sometimes, my husband and sons (12 and 7) let me shop for them, too. They do not use as many beauty products as I do. We can all benefit from nice products, even though their routine ends with moisturizer. That is when I can convince my 12-year-old to apply it.