Passport to Beauty Ritual Mask Collection

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Passport to Beauty Ritual Mask Collection

As the holiday season comes to a close, I invite youo to take a much-needed journey of relaxation. We’ll be making stops in Australia, Singapore, and Korea, to experience the pampering sensations of the Ritual Mask Collection from Passport to Beauty.

This carefully curated collection lets beauty lovers indulge in products from around the globe. Passport to Beauty uses ancient wisdom and modern innovations to creates products to help you look and feel your best.

Passport to Beauty Ritual Masks

As a face mask enthusiast, I always enjoying trying new masks. I find these treatments both relaxing and beneficial to my skin.  I couldn’t wait to discover the beauty secrets waiting for me in the Ritual Mask Collection.

Passport to Beauty - Packaging

Currently, the collection features three masks, $18.50 each:(Geisha, South East Asian, and South American masks will be added in 2019)

  •  Korean Beauty Secret – Soo-An Herb Revitalizing Face Mask
  •  Singaporean Beauty Secret – Bird’s Nest and Pearl Firming and Lifting Face Mask
  • Australian Beauty Secret – Tea Tree Clarifying Face Mask
Using the Masks

The first mask I tried was the Korean Beauty Secret. This mask uses the Soo-an herb to help deliver hydration to the skin. It also contains a blend of ginseng extract and Cinnamomum Cassia Bark extract. These extracts revitalize and restore skin vitality. I found positive and negatives is using this mask.

First, I struggled with applying the mask. Actually, this was an issue with all three masks. After some finessing, at least on my face, I was able to get the mask into place.  Once they are on, though, they don’t move. I appreciate that I don’t have to worry about the mask falling off, no matter what I do while wearing them.

This mask does have a strong floral scent, but nothing too overpowering. I was able to wear it for 10 minutes without any irritation. And after I took the mask off, I was happy to see my skin looking plump and fresh.

Passport to Beauty - Using the Masks

The next mask I tried was the Passport to Beauty Singaporean Beauty Secret. This nourishing mask features Bird’s Nest, which is harvested from a swallow’s nest. It’s believed that the amino acids, essential nutrients, and glycol-proteins in Bird’s Nest nourish dry skin and boost collagen production.  The mask is also formulated with antioxidant-rich Pearl, which helps protect the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.  

One of my favorites things about this mask is how cooling it feels on the skin. I also noticed my skin felt tighter and looked plumper after I removed it. I’d be curious to see the effects of using this mask on a regular basis.

Finally, my Ritual Mask journey took me to Australia. This mask uses Tea Tree oil and Centella Asiatica extract to help remove impurities from the skin. Although the mask is ideal for oily/combination skin, you can use it on dry skin.

While the Tea Tree oil works as a natural antibacterial and blemish fighting astringent, the Centella Asiatica extract helps soothe skin. This combination clears skin, while also calming it. It also hydrates, so it won’t dry out sensitive skin.

You can smell the tea tree scent in this mask, but it’s not overpowering. I also felt a slight tingling while I was using it. Although, the tingling wasn’t uncomfortable. After I removed the mask my pores felt tighter and my skin looked refreshed.

Passport to Beauty - Singapore Beauty Secret

While the Passport to Beauty Ritual Mask Collection is pricey, I do find them highly effective, even after one use. All three masks deliver a high-end skincare experience formulated with unique ingredients designed to truly benefit your skin.  

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  1. I am loving the sound of these masks, will have to try them sometime!

  2. It sounds like I need the Australian mask since I love tea tree oil! I would imagine that one keeps blemishes away too.


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