Review: Hey! Pinkgo Girl White Tea & Vitamin C Lace Mask ★★☆☆☆
Hey! Pinkgo Girl White Tea & Vitamin C Lace Mask targets dehydrated, dull and aging skin and aims to address existing signs of aging while preventing sagging and fine lines from developing in the future. At the same time, the anti-aging serum of this lifting lace mask provides antioxidant protection to neutralize the free radicals that can damage the collagen fibers and leave the complexion looking aged before its time. With regular use, this lace mask aims to provide a healthier, younger, more radiant appearance.
White tea extract + Ascorbyl Glucoside (a stable form of Vitamin C) – highly concentrated antioxidants slow the breakdown of collagen and elastin fibers to prevent skin from sagging and aging, resulting in a youthful and radiant look
Hexapeptide-12 + Bifida ferment lysate – continuously provide skin with rich nutrients and stimulate collagen production to repair and refine skin texture
I am drawn to this mask due to the pretty material. Plus, I’ve never tried anything from this brand so I’m super intrigued.
My skin is feeling dry with some redness. I’ve cleansed, toned, and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
Out of the packet, I pulled out a thick wad of folded sheet mask dripping in runny essence. Most of the thickness came from the thick fabric backing that was holding the mask together.
The patented lace material has high elasticity to fit all face shapes. It also utilizes Liquid Crystal Emulsification technology for serum easily to be absorbed by skin.
Upon unfolding, I was greeted by a delicate lace pattern and a subtle white tea fragrance. Though pretty to look at, it’s still somewhat too thick and unpractical for a sheet mask. I honestly think it resembled a wet doily.
Fit was average. The material was indeed very stretchy but it did not lay flat on my skin. Once I placed the loops over my ears, material next to my nose lift upwards and away from my skin. I tried to deepen the cuts on the material next to my nose but to no avail. I guess I’ll just have to leave that area un-nourished. On the plus side, the ear loops were long enough to not hurt my ears.
Adherence was bad. The mask stayed on largely due to the ear flaps. Essence was constantly dripping down my neck throughout the entire 25 minutes. It was starting to dry out when I took the mask off.
The remaining essence absorbed with ease, leaving behind a matte-looking and non-tacky finish.
My skin felt like I’d just pat in 2 layers of watery toner, deeply hydrated but insufficient and losing moisture fast. My skin texture did look smoother with smaller pores. However, the lace pattern did get imprinted on my skin for 30 minutes. I also noticed some calming effects.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
This sheet mask makes for a good selfie and is #skintertainment at its best. The effects were below average and could be easily achieved with less time. I had fun with it but I’m not impressed.