Water, Propanediol, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Cetyl Ethylhexanoate, Triethylhexanoin, Glyceryl Stearate SE, Sodium Polyacrylate, 1,2-Hexanediol, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Powder, Palmitic Acid, Titanium Dioxide, Polysorbate 60, Stearic Acid, Sorbitol, Sodium Polyacrylate Starch, Dimethicone, Xanthan Gum, Carbomer, Tromethamine, Oleth-10, Ethylhexylglycerin, Aluminum Hydroxide, Disodium EDTA, Methyl Methacrylate Crosspolymer, Triethoxycaprylylsilane, Fragrance, Caramel, Simethicone, Propylene Glycol, Saccharomyces/Rice Ferment Filtrate, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Water, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Extract, Tocopherol
A purifying clay mask with mung bean that cleanses away impurities and excess sebum, leaving skin refined and smooth.
How to use it
After cleansing, apply an even layer to your skin, massage in circular motions and leave it on for minutes.
Wash thoroughly with water.
Use AM and PM* (my thoughts about this is in the text)
My thoughts on House of Dohwa wash off mask mung bean wash off mask
I was contacted by the store Coréelle and asked if I wanted to try out a few masks from House of Dohwa. And of course I said yes. So they send me three different types of masks and I will do full reviews of all of them.
This masks helps with brightening the skin and calming it down. I do think that this type of mask is mainly for acne prone skin. My skin is super dry so this types of masks is normally not what I go for. What I tend to do is add a tiny bit of oil when applying it. Simply so it isn’t that drying. I didn’t do this with this masks simply because I am testing it out.
I just love this packaging. It is just a perfect packaging according to me. I don’t know how recycling is in your country but in Sweden we recycle as much as possible and I would not throw away any plastic container in the regular trash. But this is an more environmental friendly packaging and I just think it is great. This masks is a little thicker so it is no problem getting the product out.
House of Dohwa wash off mask mung bean wash off mask is scented. It has a sweet scent but it is really nothing that annoys me. I normally have problems with this types of scents but I really like this one.
When I first tried this mask I followed the instructions that was on the packaging and that actually differs from the instructions on the web page. On the web page it says to massage the product with circular motions and leave it on. But on the packaging it says nothing about massaging it in. the massaging part is to help with exfoliating the skin but I cant say that I feel that this method is very effective.
On the web page is also says to use twice a day and that is just a big no from me. You should never use any type of exfoliating product twice a day. Maybe twice a week but that is all. I really wouldn’t recommend you to use it more often than that.
When applying it to my face it feels really nice and smooth. It is easy to apply. The texture feels really nice but when I try to massage it into my skin it just doesn’t feel right. I just don’t feel that it does any exfoliating at all. So I figure I will massage it when removing it instead.
I leave it on for about ten minutes and when I am to remove it I find it a little difficult. The particles in the masks doesn’t want to leave my skin. I recommend wetting your hands and massaging your face with gentle motions to get that exfoliating effect. I also tend to use a wash cloth to remove the residues.
When removing the masks my skin feels really clean. I do noticed that it is also very dry and this is what I was expecting. It does contain Titanium Dioxide and this is a ingredient that usually is problematic for my skin.
I have really dry skin and these types of products are usually not a good fit for me. I do find it ok to use but NOT twice a day and not when my skin is really dry. But I will use the product up, simply because I am to cheap to not do so and instead of using it all over, I will only use it on the areas where I can benefit and not my entire face.
I give this product 2/7
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