This mask contains one bottle of natural ampoule that is extracted from Korean indigenous plants and filtered once more. It claims to provide moisture and nourishment to skin with natural ingredients like camillia seed oil from Jeju island, blueberry, raspberry, macadamia nut oil, and shea butter. Camillia oil is rich in oleic acid and vitamins A, B, D and E, as well as Omega 3, 6 and 9, and it acts as a feather-light, deeply nourishing moisturizer.
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Out of the packet, I caught a powdery floral scent. Essence was watery and had a golden hue, which tinted the material brownish. The 100% plant-based fiber material felt super soft and thin, just slightly thicker than silk masks.
It was relatively easy to get a great fit, just scooch, push, and overlap where necessary. Adherence was also great! This was all thanks to the nature of the material. It felt very comfortable on my skin, unlike the thick cotton Goodal masks that I’m used to. I had this on for 30 mins, it was starting to dry out.
It took quite abit of patting to get the essence to absorb/dry down. Finish was slightly tacky, slightly greasy, and very dewy-looking. I noticed some brightening and calming effects. The greatest thing it did to my skin was pumped it full of hydration. My skin felt very hydrated, and soft and supple to the touch. Pores had no change. The moisture did gradually evaporate throughout the day, I’d suggest sealing it in with a cream.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
Recommended for dry skin types and night use. More Goodal reviews here.