5 Ways To Use Leftover Serum From Sheet Masks

5 Ways To Use Leftover Serum From Sheet Masks

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We all love face sheet masks because of their ability to nourish our skin and body. However, one fact that has always made us queasy about using face sheet masks is to waste the extra serum after the use. The serum sheet masks are filled to the brim with goodness, and we hate to see any of it go to waste. 

Luckily, we have figured out the best extra serum uses that can help you to utilise the excess serum easily. Let’s take a look at the five best ways to use the leftover serum in a skin care routine without wasting any. 

1. Apply It On The Neck

One of the best and easiest ways to utilise the remaining serum from the beauty sheet mask is by applying it to the neck. First, use the face sheet mask as you normally do and let it lay on your face for 15-20 minutes. After that, fold the sheet mask in half and put it on your neck to let it absorb the richness of the serum  as well. 

2. Slathering On Elbows, Ankles and Knees

Our elbows, ankles and knees can become very dry if not properly moisturised. Luckily one of the leftover serum uses can be to moisturise these areas as the serum is more moisturising than a regular moisturiser. 

3. Multipurpose Eye Mask

The serum beauty sheet masks have eye slits to let your eyes be comfortable. However, there are several uses of a serum in a skin care routine that can benefit your eyes as well. Simply fold the sheet mask and put it on your eyes to let them relax. You can even cut the mask in a crescent shape using clean scissors to use it as an under-eye mask. 

4. DIY Hydrating Face Mist

There are various serum uses, and you can use the untouched leftover serum in the packaging as a DIY hydrating face mist. Before taking the mask out, gently wring out the extra serum in the packaging itself and pour it all into a spray bottle. Add your regular facial mist or toner to the bottle and mix it properly. You can now use this mixture as a DIY facial mist to have dreamy and nourished skin.

5. DIY Serum Cotton Pads

As done in the last method, let the serum remain in the packaging and pour it into an open-mouthed container such as a jar. Whenever required, you can dip a cotton pad into the jar and use its DIY serum cotton pads for instantly soft skin. If you have a considerable amount of serum in the packaging, you can directly pour it over cotton pads in the jar to make serum-soaked cotton pads or balls for much easier use. 


These are some of the most effective and easiest ways to reuse the excess serum left in the packaging. If you are looking for a good, natural serum sheet mask to refresh yourself, you can take a look at the wide assortment of masks offered by Pure Sense. You can even try the combo pack (Buy 3 Get 1 Free) that includes Aloe Vera & Cucumber, Vitamin C & Papaya, Hyaluronic Acid, and Kakadu Plum & Avocado enriched sheet masks.