This mask claims to minimize pores, refine rough skin and soothe irritated skin. All of which I need! The 7 Wonders mask series use an advanced coconut bio-cellulose mask for better adherence and skin smoothing properties. Find more reviews on Leaders sheet masks here.
The ingredients list contains a bunch of botanical extracts like matricaria flower, coconut, sugar maple witch hazel and licorice just to name a few. Niacinamide and Vitamin E were also present towards the bottom of the list. Retinyl Palmitate, Vitamin A, is a potentially sensitizing ingredient. It’s rated 9 for safety on Cosdna.
My skin is looking a little red and feeling a little irritated today. On top of that, I’m dealing with hyperpigmentation left over by some gigantic pimples. I’ve already cleansed, toned, and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
This is a coconut bio-cellulose mask that resembles a hydrogel. Out of the packet there’s the usual Leaders signature scent. The mask was sandwiched between 2 thick cloth backings, which helped alot since the material scrunches up easily and prying it apart is a pain. Essence was a thick viscous clear liquid.
Fit was okay, I had to cut my own slits at certain places. But adherence was great! I had this on for about 40 mins, which was probably too long. I had to carefully peel the sheet off my face.
There was little to no essence left to pat in. Immediately my skin felt hydrated yet tacky, but it kinda went away as the day goes by so I had to rehydrate constantly. Pore minimizing and skin soothing effects were moderate. The results did not last a day.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
My favorite in this series is still the Amazonian Acaiberry Anti-Pollution variety. That gave me great results and I would repurchase. I wouldn’t repurchase this. Check out more Leaders reviews here.