Review: It’s Skin Green Tea Watery Mask Sheet

Daily Masking Review: It’s Skin Green Tea Watery Mask Sheet

This soft, cotton sheet mask from Korean Beauty label It’s Skin contains green tea extract to clarify the complexion and increase skin’s moisture levels to make it softer and smoother.

The soft and transparent sheet that moulds to your face and leaves the skin visibly brighter, smoother and more radiant.

The mask contains star calming, clarifying and hydrating ingredients green tea, cucumber and hinoki cypress water.

Green Tea Extract – an antioxidant, with anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties, as well as hydrating benefits.

Cucumber extract – rich in vitamins, polyphenols, polysaccharides, minerals and other nutrients. Cucumbers are good for oily skin but also very hydrating and anti-inflammatory.

Hinoki Cypress Water – a Japanese tree species that contains Phytoncide, known for its anti-bacterial effects.

How to use:

  1. Unfold It’s Skin Green Tea Watery Mask Sheet and lay it over clean and toned skin.
  2. After 15 – 20 minutes remove the mask and discard.
  3. Pat any remaining essence into your skin to aid absorption.
  4. Follow with your regular serum

The mask is thin, yet adheres well onto the face. The mask is cooling and moisturizing but it’s definitely not watery. The essence of the mask is sufficient for 15-20 minutes on the skin. It smells lightly fresh. Soothing and calming for the skin.

It’s an affordable mask to be placed every night. Other than that, nothing special about this mask.

Price: Should be S$2
Where to buy: It’s Skin outlets
Rating: 2.5 out of 5
Repurchase: Maybe yes since it’s cheap
Country of origin: Korea


About Rei

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