Very good super moisturizing mask
A hydration bath
This mask provides the skin with a hydration bath, especially if left on for 30 minutes. I have never had my skin so hydrated! I will surely buy it again ...
We can only buy 4 masks at a time !!!
Like many fabric masks I enjoyed testing this one, It was practical and well designed, it held well in place. My skin felt soft afterwards but I didn't notice a crazy effect either.
The best hydrating mask on top of its promises. I have been using it for a long time and always satisfied. Obviously you also have to have a healthy lifestyle otherwise it does not work every time.
For a relaxing break! But beware, not organic
What I liked the most about this mask is the moment of relaxation it imposes. Having seen masks of this kind in Korean television series before, I really wanted to try. Here it is! This mask is made from a cellulose "fabric" soaked in product. The application is very simple: open the sachet, unfold the mask (without dripping the product on you) and apply it on your face for about thirty minutes while taking advantage of doing nothing! And that's great, because we quickly realize that we very rarely take 30 minutes just for ourselves to do nothing. However, I did not really like the cold and viscous contact of this mask on my face at first glance (can be better in summer when it is hot and the freshness is welcome.) This mask is very pleasant, the scent is delicate, but although I had no skin reaction following its use, it should be noted all the same that it contains Limonene and Linalool which are fragrances which can be irritating. This mask leaves your skin moist (normal the mask is dripping with product), and relaxed. It is recommended to massage the product residue into your skin. On the composition side, it contains hyaluronic acid, arnica and gentian. The brand plays the transparency card by displaying a photo of the composition of the product. However, I find the name of the product misleading, as it contains only 89% ingredient of natural origin (but not organic, no organic label found). The name comes, I think, from the biocellulose that makes up the paper mask.