Review: Medius Super Moist Ninja Mask – Brightening Pink ★☆☆☆☆
Medius Super Moist Ninja Mask contains low molecular weight hyaluronic acid to enhance absorption and boost hydration and nutrition. It also contains rosehip extract to brighten skin. Its patented double mask layers takes care of areas that require special TLC like around the eyes and lips. Honestly, my entire face needs special TLC. It also claims to be a 5-in-1 product consisting of toner + essence + emulsion + eye patch + smile line patch steps. I’m just excited to take a ton of selfies with this mask on!
The congestion in my skin is slowly easing up thanks to acids. But due to acids, my skin has became rather dry. A pimple on my cheek has just popped so lots of hydration and healing are in order. 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 strong perfumey fragrance. The sheet did not come with a backing, but it wasn’t a big deal since it unfolded pretty easily. The base material felt soft and had medium thickness, like a standard sheet mask. The pink strips are coarser and thicker were sewn on top of the base sheet. The entire mask felt pretty heavy and thick. Essence had a runny consistency but it wasn’t drippy.
I decided to place the softer side on my skin for obvious reasons. Fit was moderate. It was a rather small sheet and did not cover the outer perimeter of my face. This will be an issue for wider face shapes. Adherence was bad. Fold lines refused to stay down hence inviting a ton of air bubbles. Areas around the pink strips were detaching and refused to stick. I took the mask off after 30 mins, the sheet was drying out and the lower part of the sheet was completely detached and dangling from my face.
Finish was dewy and tacky. Apart from a high level of hydration, I did not notice any other effects.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
This was a fun mask for selfies. Effects wise, it pretty much did nothing. Check out more Medius reviews here.