Review: Annie’s Way Calendula Softening Jelly Mask ★★★★★

Annie's Way Calendula Softening Jelly Mask

I’m sure everyone has tried or at least heard of this by now. Annie’s Way is famous for their jelly masks and silk masks. The popular ones are honey, rose, hyaluronic acid, snail, and calendula. I was completely taken aback when I found out there are other variants like aloe, red wine, lavender (woot woot!), charcoal, and Q10! I’m now on a mission to try em’ all!

Annie’s Way Calendula Softening Jelly Mask claims to soothe and soften skin with its moisture-rich formula packed with natural calendula extract. Other natural extracts from chamomile, licorice, and elderberry make this a sensitive-skin-friendly treat that provides immediate relief from irritation and redness, leaving skin comfortable and relaxed.

Key ingredients:

  • Calendula extract is an anti-inflammatory flower that works to soothe and repair cracked and red skin
  • Chamomile extract is an anti-inflammatory flower that reduces skin irritants by neutralizing free radicals
  • Elderberry extract is a skin-soothing ingredient that is naturally anti-bacterial (great for acne!) and anti-inflammatory (calms down redness)
  • Licorice extract naturally brightens the skin and evens out skin tone
  • Hyaluronic Acid is naturally present in skin and retains skin moisture levels 1000 times its weight

$34.99 a tub on Amazon
$4.50 a sachet on Miirushop | Use my referral link to receive 15% off your first order.

Water, Carbomer, Butylene Glycol, Sodium Hyaluronate, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Glycerin, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Sambucus Nigra Flower Extract, Citric Acid, Glycurrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Panthenol, Boerhavia Diffusa Root Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Penta Sodium Pentetate, Phytic Acid, Silver Oxide, Flavor

Annie's Way Calendula Softening Jelly Mask
Before masking

My skin is very irritated and dry today. It is also slightly congested. I’ve cleansed, toned, and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.

Annie's Way Calendula Softening Jelly Mask

These jelly masks come in either 250ml tubs or 40ml sachets. After testing out a handful or variants, I prefer them to come in sachets for one-time use since they expire 3 months upon opening. On the other hand, the tubs come with their signature giant spatula, which I find really handy for spreading out all kinds of wash-off masks.

With the giant spatula, I spread a really thick layer of jelly all over my face as per the instructions. Doing so will use up the entire sachet. I enjoyed the faint floral fragrance.

Annie's Way Calendula Softening Jelly Mask
During masking

There was a nice cooling sensation upon application. Despite spreading on a thick layer, the jelly did not drip at all, thanks to its thick viscosity.

Annie's Way Calendula Softening Jelly Mask

After 15 mins, I scraped off the excess with the giant spatula, then rinsed off the remaining jelly. Rinsing off can be a challenge, I find myself splashing and rubbing my skin more.

Annie's Way Calendula Softening Jelly Mask
After masking

My skin felt a little tight after rinsing, but it wasn’t as tight as right after my usual cleansing. My skin looked very bright and devoid of color! Redness, PIE, PIH were completely gone. Skin felt soft and plump. The hydration level was insufficient for my skin type so I layered on a moisturizer.

Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.

I’m very impressed with this! This variant is currently my favorite along with the rose jelly mask. They are affordable and effective, I highly recommend it for all skin types! Check out more Annie’s Way reviews here.

$34.99 a tub on Amazon
$4.50 a sachet on Miirushop | Use my referral link to receive 15% off your first order.

Go be beautiful!

Love,
Elaine