This mask claims to moisturize and repair rough, uneven skin tone. Horse fat is listed as one of the ingredients albeit one of the bottom few, after fragrance. I love the artwork on the packaging, it’s a classy looking horse adorned in pearls. The packaging is different from the usual glossy smallish packets that most MBD masks come in. This variety comes in a larger packet with a matte finish. This is also pricier than MBD’s usual line of sheet masks. It retails for $15 for a box of 10 on Amazon. This post contains an affiliate link.
Skin is looking not as red as usual, but it’s still pretty dry. I’ve already cleansed and toned, and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
The material is pretty soft and thin and comes with the usual plastic backing. There was hardly any scent to the watery and clear essence, unusual for an MBD mask, not that I’m complaining.
The fit was atrocious. Eye and mouth holes are too small, hence the awkward facial expression. The positioning of the hole are also very out of place for me. If I aligned the eye holes just below my brows to avoid getting essence in my eyes when I blink, the mouth hole will be on my philtrum instead of my mouth. I ended up snipping the eye holes wider. I had this on for about 45 mins and it was still pretty damp. No sensitivity encountered throughout.
Right away I noticed how bright and even my skin looks. Redness has also been reduced. Hydration was just alright, had to add a light moisturizer, kinda weird considering this is marketed as a hydrating mask. Me thinks this will be great as an everyday mask for oily skin peeps or all peeps in the summer.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
Albeit being a great mask at a great price, I can find masks that are on par with this and still give a great fit.