These products were sent to me by Etude House in the pink bird program
This mask comes in 15 different types
- Tea tree
- Green tea
- Hyaluronic acid
- Damask rose
- Manuka honey
I received three masks from Etude House. The hyaluronic acid (moisturizing), tea tree (fresh calming) and strawberry (vital brightening).
How to use it
After cleansing, apply toner. Open the mask and fold it out. Place over your face and let it sit for 10 – 20 minutes (I leave it on way longer than that). Then pat the remaining essence into your skin. Don’t throw away the bag, there are so much essence left that you can use. Either you save it, or you use it directly on your body. Why throw the good stuff away?
My thoughts on Etude House 0.2 therapy air mask first impression
These masks are really thin, hence the name, 0,2 mm thick and transparent. Because they are really thin, they are quite difficult to fold out.
When reading about the 0.2 mm it says it is supposed to be light and comfortable as air. Hmmmm if you ever had a sheet mask on your face you know that it is not light as air (since it is drenched in product and your face is completely wet (not so air like, is it?).
On the comfortable side, well, no sheet mask is comfortable, but it is still not uncomfortable. Do you know what I am trying to say here?
These products are really drenched in essence and they really never dry completely on my skin. The essence is great and they do fill their purpose. I love the sheet masks that contains hyaluronic acid, since I have super dry skin. This one is really moisturizing, but I do use other masks that gives me more moisture than this. If you have dry skin, the masks with hyaluronic acid are amazing and you really should give them a try.
But these are great masks to add to your routine. If you do a sheet mask twice a week that is great. I do, and in between I do sleeping masks. I am a total sucker for different masks.
These masks are not better than other masks but they are nice and I do recommend them.
I give this product 4/7
Where to get it
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