Thursday, December 17, 2015

Soyedodam Organic Ginseng Hydrogel Sheet Mask [Review]

Soyedodam Total Care Organic Ginseng Hydrogel Sheet Mask
33g | Made in Korea
Description: This next-generation hydrogel sheet mask is not only soaked in a full bottle of serum but the actual hydrogel sheet itself is made with skin beneficial natural ingredients. Formulated with 6 year old Korean Red Ginseng, which is packed with antioxidant to revitalize skin for instant and long-lasting radiance. Aloe extract helps to hydrate and calm skin, while Manuka Honey is rich in vitamins, minerals, and proteins that leave skin soft and deeply conditioned. This sheet mask has a pleasant, botanical scent from natural essential oils and does not contain any synthetic dyes. -Glow Recipe

Ingredients: Purified water, Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Water, Organic cucumber extract, Organic green tea extract, Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf extract, Carob bean gum, Xanthan gum, Baikal Skullcap (Scutellaria baicalensis Georgi) extracts, Peony root extract, Licorice extract, Arbutin (2% as essence), Organic apple extract, Organic tomato fruit/ leaf/ stem extracts, Organic citron extract, Honey (Manuka Honey) extract, Red ginseng extract, Adenosine (0.04% as essence), Bergamot fruit oil, Rosewood oil, Western Australian Sandalwood oil, Lavender oil
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Directions: After cleansing, unfold the mask and remove white plastic backing. Apply the liquid serum in the mask packaging. Then lay the gel sheet mask over your face and press lightly with your fingertips to set it in place. Leave it on for 20 minutes, then peel off. Gently pat any remaining residue into the skin. -Glow Recipe

Performance: This mask comes in a nice thick plastic package to ensure the mask does not get crushed. There are two sheets (top and bottom) that are made of gel. I love gel masks because I feel like they conform to my face very well and they generally stick very well too.
I applied each piece to my face, and took the remaining gel essence from the package and applied it over the mask to keep it moist longer. The mask smelled of ginseng and a hint of honey - it's a very calming scent for me, I've grown quite fond of this scent lately and it's a relaxing scent for me that I really enjoy in the evenings. It lingers for a few minutes after application but then the scent dies down and basically disappears. There is a nice cooling effect while the mask is against my skin, and it feels very soothing.
After I removed the mask my skin felt much firmer, and my acne (or I guess I should say, two cysts coming in along my jawline...) felt a little more calm and much less painful as well. This is a nice mask, but I'm not sure it's nice enough to be worth the higher price point.
Before (top row) and After (bottom row).

I received this mask as a gift, but they are available at:
-Glow Recipe; currently $9 each or $40 for 5

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