Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Etude House Green Tea Facial Mask Review

My deep love and fascination for facial masks (and all things Etude House) still hasn't wavered so I'm here with another review of a facial mask!

I was scouring the racks of my local Etude House store for the AC Clinic Mask I love, but it was once again, out of stock. The saleslady recommended the Etude House Natural Mask in Green Tea to me so I decdied to take her word for it.

She said that this particular mask had the same effects as the AC Clinic one at a cheaper price. Too good to be true, right? I AGREE.

What Etude House says:
Essence mask contains green tea extract that soothes & comforts stressed and fatigued skin. Tension fit design for improved facial adhesion and comfort.
[Directions] Apply masked sheet to cleansed face and leave on for 20-30 minutes. Remove mask and massage remaining solution into skin with hands. Recommended interval for mask application is every 2-3 days for maximum efficiency.
The mask is super moist as all Etude House masks are.

Results? I left this on my face for about 40 minutes. My skin definitely looked a bit refreshed (can you say perked up for skin?), but pimples weren't toned down like the after-effect of the AC Clinic Mask. They remained the same--looked the same, just sitting there.

The salesday told me this Green Tea mask targeted break-outs, I bought it because I was breaking out but it just didn't work. Not really a good substitute, if you catch my drift. But good if you're looking for a cheap facial mask that will make you look refreshed!

Etude House Natural Mask in Green Tea is available in Etude House stores for only P58! 


  1. I'm gonna try this~thanks for sharing^^

  2. aloe mask works better for breakouts :)
    I tried that and most of the redness lessened.

  3. wearing one now. LOL. would make my review soon. :)
    BTW, nice blog. oh, I'm having my birthday giveaway.
    You can check it here:
    Misskatv's Birthday Giveaway!

    Kat :)


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