Prelab skin energy wrinkle mask
Facial Masks,  First impressions,  Skincare

Prelab skin energy wrinkle mask first impression

I got this Prelab skin energy wrinkle mask in a Mishibox and thought I give a first impression on it.

1 mask 2.83 USD

Ingredient analysis: Skincarisma


I really like the packaging, it feels a little fancier then a normal sheet mask packaging and it is easy to bring on travels.


It contains age-defying ingredients like Collagen, Adenosine, Peptide, Deep Sea Water, and Fermented Soybeans. Which helps to improve the skins elasticity. It also claims to mask away fine lines and wrinkles by hydrating from within

This is a claim I really love, they actually don’t say that their product reduces wrinkles, instead they said that the mask helps masking them by hydrating the skin.

A hydrated skin will always look less wrinkly then a skin that is dry

Prelab skin energy wrinkle mask
Prelab skin energy wrinkle mask

How to use it

After cleansing and toning, apply the mask and leave it on for 15-20 minutes (I usually leave it on much longer), remove and pat in the rest of the essence.

My thoughts on Prelab skin energy wrinkle energy mask

This mask is really dripping with essence and I would really recommend laying down while using this. Be sure not to throw away any leftover essence, use it on your body instead.

I really love this mask, it is so moisturizing and perfect for dry skin. Since I only used it once this won’t be a full review. I left my mask on for about 45 minutes, and it was still not dry after so I used the rest on my body and patted in the essence into my skin. After using this my skin felt amazing, super soft and really moisturized.

These masks comes in different versions and I don’t know anything about the other versions but this was truly amazing and I will definitely buy this one again.

The mask
The mask

Where to get it


Other sheet masks

Lululun sheet mask pink

Esfolio red ginseng essence sheet mask

Where to buy Korean skincare

Peach and Lily

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