Moksha Dear Tea Tree Mask Sheet is a hydrating sheet mask that features tea tree leaf extract, which is great for soothing acne-prone, sensitive, and troubled skin. It also contains chamomile flower extract and centella asiatica extract to calm skin, while witch hazel helps absorb excess sebum.
All of Moksha Dear masks contain 91.5% natural ingredients (many of which are rated low hazard by EWG) and are formulated without six harmful ingredients, including parabens, synthetic dyes, and silicone.
My skin is feeling dry and dehydrated. There are also a couple of pimples along my jawline and outer cheek that are red, sensitive, and sore to the touch. I’ve cleansed, exfoliated, and toned my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
Out of the packet, I detected a faint tea tree scent. The cotton sheet felt thick yet soft and did not come with a backing. Essence was runny and clear. It was dripping from the sheet the whole time during application.
Fit was great! I’m so happy that the holes were large enough to not suffocate my features. There were also some excess on the sides to cater to wider face shapes. I had to insert some cuts so that the excess lay flat against my skin.
Adherence was average but considered pretty good compared to most thick cotton masks. Air bubbles not did appear throughout the masking session but the edges kept threatening to left up.
I had this on for 20 mins, it was already drying out. The edges were detached from my skin and was also hanging loose from my chin.
The remaining essence patted in with ease, leaving behind a non-tacky and matte-looking finish.
My skin felt moderately hydrated and required a moisturizer for additional hydration and moisturization. Skin looked and felt moderately calmer too.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
This is a pretty basic mask that I’d grab when it’s on sale. It’s definitely not a remedy for skin ailments, more of an everyday mask for skin maintenance. Great for all skin types and day time use. Check out more Moksha reviews here.