Review: Etude House 0.2mm Air Therapy Damask Rose Sheet Mask ★★★★★
Can’t say I have high expectations for this mask considering none of Etude House’s skincare has ever worked on me. However, I was completely blown away by the results of this mask.
Etude House 0.2mm Air Therapy series consists 15 varieties like strawberry, lemon, blueberry, damask rose, etc. Find my reviews here. These masks are made of 0.2mm super thin hypoallergenic cotton and is “light and comfortable like air!” They are also 7-free and only contain EWG green grade ingredients. They come in 3 different types of essences, in order of viscosity: moist runny essence; ampoule essence; and emulsion essence. Most of them have alcohol listed pretty high up on the ingredient list though.
I started with this particular one due to my weakness for anything rose-related. This damask rose mask claims to provide fresh moisture to the skin. The watery essence contains niacinamide and rose extract.
I’ve cleansed and toned my skin, skipping exfoliation to let my skin continue to recover from contact dermatitis. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
The material is super thin and soft, which reminds me of Annie’s Way silk masks. But I’m very disappointed to report there is absolutely no rose scent detected. Instead, there is a light floral fragrance.
Adherence is awesome and fit is mostly good though I think the mouth hole could be wider, hence the awkward facial expression. 45 mins into wearing this, my skin looks and feel absolutely amazing!
My sensitive skin did not react to the presence of alcohol. Instead it is bright, supple, dewy, smooth, and even. Basically everything that I ask for in a mask. Downside, I did not any rose scent, which is something I look forward to in rose masks.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
The wonderful effects lasted days! I highly recommend this! Check out more Etude House reviews here.