The ingredient list looks like a garden, but still beware for it contains paraben. This violet version claims to reduce wrinkles, brighten, and revitalize the skin. It contains several high quality berry oils and extract. It efficiently aids in treating exhausted and stressed skin with its natural berry aroma which makes the skin develop healthier cells. It also leaves the skin properly moisturized to keep the skin looking smooth and soft. A 10-pack retails at $15.27 on Amazon. This post contains an affiliate link.
My face is feeling a little annoyed from the constellation of hormonal acne. 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.
Like all the other Mediheal sheet masks I’ve tried, the material is always super soft, yet strong, and drenched in clear gooey essence. The fit and adherence is always perfect for me. Scent wise, they are nice but it can get a little too overpowering. I had this on for a good 35 mins and I can see the edges starting to dry out.
My skin got so even and bright, it is now 2 shades lighter than my neck instead of 1. Red bumps are also not as red and not as bumpy. There is a moderate amount of essence left on my skin which I patted in with ease. It dried down to a semi-matte finish but my skin is still glowing from being brightened. My sensitive skin did not experience any discomfort. I did top it off with a light moisturizer, it is the winter afterall. Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
As much as I enjoyed the aesthetical aspect to this, I advocate against using masks with prints on them due to the presence of ink. However, for the fun factor, I would still recommend trying this out once in a blue moon, especially since the effects are so drastic.