Can we just take a moment to revel in the cuteness of this packaging! I can’t bear to use it, but for the sake of reviews, here we go.
The ampoule in the bear’s ear contains botanical extracts and some humectants. The essence in the sheet mask contains coconut water hyaluronic acid. All great stuff! It claims to leave skin hydrated and looking milky.
Due to the instability of reactions between certain chemicals in the ampoule and the essence, this mask requires the ampoule to be mixed into the main sheet mask compartment just prior to usage. This part was pretty fun to be honest. It was pretty tough trying to find information on how to properly dispense the ampoule into the sheet mask compartment. So below is my contribution.
Skin is looking not as red as usual, but it’s still pretty dry. I’ve already cleansed and toned, and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
The material is super thin and soft, pretty close to Annie’s Way’s silk masks. It’s made of bio-cellulose natural fiber which is why it’s so thin and soft.
Fit and adherence are great! I had this on for about 45 mins and the forehead area is only starting to dry out. There was zero irritation on my sensitive skin.
My skin looks brighter, supple and very dewy. It dried down to a slightly sticky finish, but I think it’s perfect for my dry skin in the winter.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
I’d highly recommend this for people who have the same skin issues as me. No complaints! I’ll repurchase this many times over! Into the HG list it goes!