I bought a crap ton of sheet masks in my recent haul from various brands. I love Korean skin care, so I picked up a lot of sheet masks. Today’s review will be on a Green Tea mask from Missha. Let’s see how it fared for me!
1-2 USD or 2 Euros. The price varies a lot for these sheet masks.
My Experience with Missha Pure Source Green Tea Cell Sheet Mask:
Green Tea is known for its calming, anti-ageing and anti-oxidant properties. It is known for delaying signs of ageing and helps in combating free radicals which are harmful for skin and damage the skin in the long run.
This sheet mask comes in a rather boring packaging. It has similar packaging to Innisfree sheet masks. It is white coloured packaging with the main ingredient on which the mask is based on the front. I picked up several variants from the Pure Source range (Lemon, Acai Berry).
The back has all the details in English and in Korean (I think so). The packaging is basic and fuss free. It is very thin and safe to travel with. The mask is a thin cotton mask which is white in colour. The mask is soaked in liquid serum. The serum is slightly thick and sticky. The mask isn’t soaking wet, but has a good amount of moisture to it. The mask is big and hence I have to make slits for it to fit well on face.
I have been using these masks every 3 days or twice a week because I find it very relaxing and the easiest way to pamper my skin. I wash my face with a face wash and then use this mask for 30 minutes or until it is semi dry. Then, I take it off and pat the excess serum on my skin and let it be for another 15 minutes and then I wash my face with plain water, no face wash. Then, I’ll apply my night cream and doze off to sleep. Sometimes, I’ll use a toner before using the mask or aloe vera gel. I always keep the mask in deep freezer for at least 15 minutes before applying because there’s nothing better than a cool mask after a tiring day of work and travel.
This mask has a pleasant fragrance that doesn’t last longer. The mask sits comfortably on my skin and doesn’t fall off the face as the mask dries. But this mask irritated the area between my brows and chin area, so I just lift the mask from there, and there was no irritation. It did not break me out though thankfully!
This mask helped calm my skin down a little, but you have to keep using this mask to see visible, long-lasting results. It adds a lot of moisture back to the skin and hydrates skin nicely.
These masks give temporary results but that’s okay because I like using masks often anyway. My skin feels instantly refreshed and moisturized. I’ve been using these masks regularly since a long time and I feel it has helped with the dryness. Usually, when I used a scrub or face wash I had to apply a lotion, but now I can skip the lotion and my skin still won’t feel parched. So yay to that!
Pros of Missha Pure Source Green Tea Cell Sheet Mask:
- Very affordable.
- Cotton sheet mask.
- Travel friendly.
- Contains a good amount of the liquid.
- Sits well on the skin.
- Did not break me out.
- Brightened up my skin.
- Made skin soft and supple.
- Adds enough moisture to my skin and combats dryness if used regularly.
- Very convenient to use.
- Does what it claims.
- Skin feels refreshed and nourished.
Cons of Missha Pure Source Green Tea Cell Sheet Mask:
- Availability in India.
- Results are temporary.
Would I Recommend/Repurchase Missha Pure Source Green Tea Cell Sheet Mask?
Yes to both!
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