This mask claims to revitalize and provide anti-aging effects. The 33ml of highly condensed jelly essence contains panax ginseng root extract (5000ppm, 5th ingredient), hydrolyzed collagen (16th), avocado fruit extract (17th), and other natural plant extracts.
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Out of the packet, it gave off a delicious ginseng scent. Essence was a thick brownish orange jelly. The natural cotton material looked like bandage gauze, it had medium thickness, felt soft, and tinted orange from the jelly.
The one annoying thing about jelly masks is how unevenly it coats the sheet. Since there were lots of essence left in the packet, I slathered on a layer of jelly before the slapping on the mask to overcome this issue.
Fit and adherence were great! I had this on for 30 mins, it was still pretty damp.
Massaging in the thick viscous jelly took a long time. Finish was dewy and tacky. My skin felt very hydrated and calm. I did not notice any brightening. However, it the hydrating layer might be too much for some, I had to fan it down to avoid feeling sweaty.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
This is a great affordable mask for dry skin types and night use. The whole experience reminded me of Ultru jelly masks. I was right because Yadah is actually manufactured by iMine, which also manufactured for Ultru! I love Ultru jelly masks! It’s no surprised I liked this too! Check out more Yadah reviews here.