I bought some sheet masks from Etude House’s 0.2mm range. Today, I will be reviewing the “Ceramide” variant. Read on to know how it fared for me.
Price: $1.30 per mask
My Experience with Etude House 0.2 Therapy Air Mask Ceramide:
Etude House 0.2 Therapy Air Mask comes in a cute, light and dark mint coloured packaging. The name of the mask is written in bold font in the front. Other details on how to use the mask are written at the back. The packaging is super sleek and, I love the light pastel colours. The sheet mask is easy to travel with and also very convenient to use.
This particular range of sheet masks has been named “0.2 mm Air therapy”, and it is the thinnest sheet mask I’ve ever used. Previously, I have used quite a few Korean sheet masks from The Face Shop, Innisfree, Missha, Holika Holika, Skinfood, but none of them was as thin as this one. I sometimes fear that it might tear or rip, but thankfully, it doesn’t. The mask feels like a fermented coconut sheet mask because it is super translucent, and once you put on the mask, it doesn’t look like a sheet mask itself.
Etude House claims that the sheet mask deeply moisturises the skin. I don’t have dry patches on my face because I have been regularly using sheet masks. But, I wanted to try this one, because ‘Ceramide’ seemed like a fancy word. I used this mask after letting it in the fridge for around 15-20 minutes, so this felt amazing on my skin. Ceramide is known for its firming properties. It firms up the cells that form a protective layer while locking the moisture in the skin. So basically, it strengthens the moisture barrier and imparts a youthful glow to my skin. Also, it hydrates and nourishes my skin.
Although the mask is super thin, it has more than enough serum in it. I like the fact that it’s neither dripping wet nor dry. It has the perfect amount of liquid to it. And, being a super thin mask, I thought this one would dry up quickly, but it doesn’t. It takes about 20 minutes to dry, just like your regular sheet mask. Also, the serum in this range of masks is pretty sticky. It’s not watery thin but is a bit thick and sticky. It’s not too sticky to cause irritation, but as compared to other sheet masks, it is a bit goopy.
It also added lots of moisture back into my skin, like all the other sheet masks do. My skin felt hydrated and looked better. My skin felt soft, supple and smooth. I like the fact about sheet masks that they show instant results though those results cannot be called long lasting. My skin feels nourished and healthy after using this mask. It has a pleasant fragrance that doesn’t linger much.
Summing up the pros and cons,
Pros of Etude House 0.2 Therapy Air Mask Ceramide:
- Cute packaging.
- Travel-friendly, leak-proof packaging.
- Extremely thin mask.
- Does what it claims.
- Very convenient and comfortable to use.
- Provides instant results.
- Skin feels soft, supple, hydrated, nourished and smooth.
Cons of Etude House 0.2 Therapy Air Mask Ceramide:
- Availability in India.
- Temporary results.
IMBB Rating: 3.8/5
Will I Recommend/Repurchase Etude House 0.2 Therapy Air Mask Ceramide?
Yes! I loved this sheet mask and would love to repurchase it as soon as I get a chance to shop from abroad. I would recommend it if you are looking for an affordable sheet mask.
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