Review: It’s Skin The Fresh Mask Olive

Daily Masking Saturday Review: It’s Skin The Fresh Mask Olive


I bought the mask because it was affordable. I tried a few Olive masks and they are fine. Hence, I decided to give this brand a try since it has a whole range of vegetables masks.

Claim:
The cushion pulp sheet includes nutrition from fresh and natural ingredients, giving its own nourishment to the skin as well as solving skin problems. The Fresh mask Olive known as the best moisturizing ingredient provides nourishing and firming effect to dry skin.

Image Credit: It’s Skin


It is considered a “rich” mask.

How to use

  1. After washing, wipe off skin with a toner, pull out the mask sheet and unfold it.
  2. Attach tightly onto face by adjusting eyes and nose area.
  3. Remove it after 15~20 minutes, and gently tap the remaining essence for absorption.

The essence is milky type. The mask was soaked with essence which I placed it for 15 minutes. The remaining essence in the packaging were applied to my calves and feet, as usual. Skin on the legs were moisturized and felt smooth after that.

While the mask was on my face, it was cool and moisturizing. After removal of the mask, I massaged the remaining essence onto my face and neck. Skin felt a little tight but I don’t think firming effect is immediate. The moisturizing effect is good.

Overall, I like this mask because it is moisturizing. 

Price: S$2
Where to buy: it’s skin outlets
Rating: 3 out of 5
Repurchase: Yes
Country of origin: Korea

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About Rei

A mother of 2 who loves travel, food, shopping, face mask and Sale!
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