MATTIFYING & ANTI-BLEMISH
This is the first time I’ve tried a sleeping mask. They were available in the East Asian market for ages and now it’s slowly moving to the west. Just like how BB creams were. At $4.00, I thought why not pick this up and give it a shot. What have I got to lose?
The pod is smaller than the palm of my hands but surprisingly, I could get about 4-5 uses out of it as you only need to apply a thin layer every time. I ended up scooping the rest of the product into a small travel sized cosmetic tub. I have read online where others had put the pod into a ziplock bag or paper clipped the lid so it wouldn’t dry out.
The non sticky, gel texture was cooling and easy to spread on my face. Each time I’ve used this, the gel doesn’t get fully absorbed into the skin which is normal according to the packet. Skin was soft after washing it off. It did help calm some red blemishes down but I haven’t seen a noticeable change in reducing imperfections and it didn’t break me out. It has helped control the oil production but this was noticeable after using it for a week.
There’s not much green tea scent in this as some green tea smells can be strong. The packaging is cute but it’s definitely not practical. Great for travelling though. I don’t regret purchasing it but I certainly wasn’t wowed. At $4.00, it’s worth a try! They have other formulas available to suit your skin needs.
Have you tried a sleeping mask before?
哈喽！Nicol is a China based British blogger with a goal to visit all provinces in China, using this blog to document the good, the bad and the ugly of anything and everything. Currently visited 32/34.