Top positive review
Pretty good for a low-priced sheet mask
Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2019
Most sheet masks at this price range are going to be the equivalent of putting a wet washcloth on your face for 10 minutes: i.e. they provide temporary hydration that slowly dries out over the next few hours, and have little to no active ingredients that could legitimately make a long-term difference. Given that, the most you can ask of your budget sheet mask is that it:
a) be wet enough to temporarily hydrate and plump up your skin,
b) not rip while you unfold it.
c) not leave a sticky residue that feels unpleasant afterwards
d) not cause breakouts due to mineral oil, or other comedogenic ingredients.
The good news here is that this brand is pleasant to use and doesn't leave skin sticky. There are many other budget Korean masks on Amazon, and I've had an unpleasant experience with some of them (such as "Dermal Korea" brand, which managed to be both uselessly watery, yet also inexplicably sticky on the skin.) I also did not experience any breakouts or dermatitis after using this brand. The sheet is tough enough that you can actually fold it up and use it a second time with the leftover serum in the pouch.
NOTE: Don't be fooled. Sheet masks at budget prices do not contain enough active ingredients to change your skin, fix wrinkles, or smooth your texture. They just don't. It doesn't matter how many fruits/ vegetables you see on the packaging. (To change your skin, you need topical retinoids, which you can get from the drugstore or from your dermatologist. Anything less and you're just wasting money on wishes. ) But the great news is that sheet masks are still useful---they temporarily plump your skin for long enough that you can go out for dinner or a night out on the town and look your best. They also force you to sit down and take care of yourself for 10 minutes, so the ritual is important too. So far, these are the best I've found in the under-$2-per mask range. The next step up from these is TonyMoly, but they are usually $4-5 per mask.