This mask claims to soothe and hydrate with aloe vera extract. The ingredient list looks simple and short. Notable ingredients: grapefruit extract (antioxidant), aloe barbadensis leaf extract (soothe), and hyaluronic acid (moisturize).
My skin is feeling pretty good today, just a little dry. I’ve cleansed, toned, and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
It gave off a standard aloe scent. The sheet was thick but easily tearable. I tore it while pulling it out of the packet. Essence was clear and drippy.
Fit was meh. It was super wide and covering my hair so I folded it frontwards. Adherence was okay, I see some air bubbles forming throughout the 30 mins of wear. I do like the sizes of the eye, nose and mouth holes. They’re big enough but not too big, just the right size. However, there was too much fabric bunching at the chin.
My skin looked super dewy, almost to the point of greasy. Essence dried down with a tacky finish. My skin felt extremely hydrated due to the greasiness and looked just slightly less red. Calming effect was just okay for an aloe soothing mask.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
Affordable as it may be, I think there are other equally affordable masks out there that perform far better than this. Will not repurchase.