Ludeya Bio Cellulose Masks



Ludeya Bio Cellulose masks aren’t yout typical sheet masks as they are made of a material that was used as a substitute for burnt skin. Ludeya Bio Cellulose series uses the latest technology of Bio Cellulose – Bio Fermentation’s Skingel produced by using 21 days and formed with very low temperature. The structure is very similar to human skin and can compltely bond with skin. As a result, essence is effectively penetrated deep into skin.

I kept the masks in the fridge before using. The masks are folded in between 2 sheets. The material seems quite thin but they don’t tear easily. It feels rubbery and is very different from the sheet masks I am accustomed to. Once it’s on my face, it adheres very closely and feels cool until I take it off.


The recommended time for application is 20-30 minutes. I think that 30 minutes is the right time because if left on for longer than that, the mask becomes more difficult to remove in one piece (it goes very dry and sticks to skin). My skin doesn’t have a film of serum on it after it’s been removed unlike other sheet masks which I suppose is a good thing because it probably means all the serum has been absorbed into my skin and my complexion looks brighter. If you like masks that really bond with your skin, then these ones certainly do.

There are 4 types of Ludeya Bio Cellulose Masks:-

  • Rejuvenating Moisturizing
  • Repairing Moisturizing
  • Hydro White Moisturizing
  • Brightening Moisturizing

The masks come in a box of 3 x 25ml and are available at Sasa outlets at RM65.90 (10% discount till 1st Sept 2013).

Ludeya Bio Cellulose Masks have been provided by Sasa Malaysia for review.


    • Actually, the gap for the eyes & mouth is quite small. It is hard to adjust the mask once it has stuck to skin which is why it looks a bit awkward.