Etude House 0.2 Therapy Air Mask Strawberry

Exams are coming & I haven’t been able to sit down and actually change my notes into sentences. But tonight, it’s sheet mask time so – let’s review this strawberry mask from Etude House!

So, I kinda wrote this whole review during the weekend but then there was a glitch and it all got deleted… But let’s get back to business after a while! The 0.2 Therapy Air Strawberry Mask is supposed to be brightening and revitalizing mask with ampoule type essence.  Made for oily, acne prone skin this mask should be my knight in shining armor if it treats me well.


Strawberries are packed full of vitamin C and nutrients to brighten the complexion. They are rich in anthocyanins, which help protect against oxidation (cell damage) caused by UV light, acts as an antibacterial && astringent. But it’s not just only packed with vitamin C, they also nourish our skin with vitamin A, B1, B2, B6 & E. The mask is also packed with niacinamide that also helps prevent the formation of dark spots, creating long-lasting moisturized glow!


The mask has the same fit as the other masks we have reviewed from Etude House, it also contains the same amount of amazing essence. However, the first impression is that it smells a bit like alcohol, but then it goes away pretty fast. It doesn’t either smell like strawberries, but it has a sweet scent. This goes away quickly too. The essence itself is a bit tacky, but it does hydrate! The mask feels like “second skin” on the face, something I love. And it does what it says, for the next 2-3 days my shiny forehead was less shiny and my face had a nice glow to it. It hydrated, revitalized and brightened my skin!


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Reaction while testing: none
End result: hydrated, glowy and less oily skin!

Total rating: 5/5.


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