Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Elizavecca Milky Piggy CF-Nest Collagen Jella Mask Pack [Review]

Elizavecca Milky Piggy CF-Nest Collagen Jella Mask Pack
80ml | Made in Korea
This product was sent to me for review.
Description: The combination of collagen and swiftlet nest extract works to lift, moisturize and plump the skin with a gentle peeling-effect mask.

Ingredients: [Cosdna analysis]

DirectionsApply an even layer to clean skin. Allow to dry for ~30 minutes, until it's like an elastic film. Start to peel gently from one end, peel the edges toward the middle of your face - try to peel the mask off in one piece.

My Skin: oily, dehydrated, acne-prone, hormonal cystic acne, sensitive to alcohol, mild anti-aging concerns.

Performance: The CF-Nest Collagen Jella Mask Pack from Elizavecca comes packaged in a tube, and you squeeze out the product through the cap at the base. It has a very light mild scent that disappears not long after application. It's sticky in texture, and I find that this mask is easiest applied with a flat foundation brush to get even application. It feels nice when applied, and it doesn't tighten as it dries or cause any drying or discomfort. I find that it takes about 30 minutes for the mask to fully dry to be peeled off. 

Verdict: When removed, this mask makes my skin look brighter and clearer, and feel softer and more hydrated. The peeling effect gently removes dead skin cells and gently exfoliates as well. This is a great mask for any skin type!

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