This particular variety is one in a series of three cream masks. It is meant for dry and dull skin, and claims to intensively moisturize and restore glow.
Notable ingredients: emollients, grapefruit extract (9th ingredient), rosehip oil, and towards the end, honeysuckle extract, green tea extract, peach leaf extract. This also contains carbomer, listed before rosehip oil, sensitive skin users beware.
My skin is feeling very dry and mildly irritated today. I’ve already cleansed, toned and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
Out of the packet, I detected a heavy lotiony fragrance, it lingered throughout the masking session and even after massaging in the leftover essence.
The sheet mask was made of cellulose, which reminds me of a thick gauze. It was drenched in opaque, white, creamy lotion.
Adherence was great where surfaces were flat, not so much around my nose and chin areas. Fit was decent. I wore this for 30 mins and it was starting to dry out. I did not experience any sensitivity.
The leftover essence took some time and effort to dry down to a tacky finish. My skin felt hydrated and soft, looks dewy and plump. My redness, pores and PIH had no change, but then again this mask does not claim to fix those.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
I don’t hate this but wouldn’t repurchase nor recommend since there are plenty of other masks out there that can these things plus brighten and soothe. Check out more It’s Skin reviews here.