We all need a bit of TLC every now and again, and your skin is no exception. What better way to wind down after a busy day at the office (and job training after!!) than slapping one of these babies on?!
I’ve been using the therapy air sheet masks from etude house for almost a year. Once or twice (sometimes thrice) a week I add a sheet mask to my night routine. It helps to keep my sensitive combo and acne prone skin in balance. One of the key points to keep those pesky pimples at bay is hydration. And green tea sheet mask helps calm my flushed cheeks with hyperpigmentation right down. It also adds an extra moisture boost to my face. The paper is thin, but surprisingly really well soaked with essence! The thin paper makes it stick really well to my face, no sliding around or patting it in place for 20 minutes! The fit is good as well – what I really like about the fit is that the mask covers my baggy undereye area without making my eyes water. I have sensitive eyes as well, so just a accidental bad placement of eye cream can make them water. After I take it off my skin is cool, soothed and hydrated. I make sure to lock it all in with finishing the rest of the steps in my routine.
Thanks etude house! This mask is a Holy Grail product for me. I just got a batch of 20 delivered directly from Seoul. Best thing about them is the price! Several sellers on ebay sell them in packs of 10 or 15 for an afforable price. Check out Ranas post about buying k-beauty from Ebay if you want to order some for your own.
Amount of essence: +
Reaction while testing: none
End result: hydrated, soothed and calmed skin
Total rating: 5/5.