Hello fellow SanSeoulites! Recently I decided that I wanted to try out a the Dr. Ampoule Dual Mask Sheet from Etude House. I figured it would end in one of two ways. #1 I would absolutely love it or #2 my poor face would be a soaking wet mess. Let’s just say I hoped for option one. They come in five different varieties: brightening, time, lifting, vital, and essential. After looking at this photo I kind of feel like I need them all.
*Photo credit Jolse
I decided to try out Time mostly because I wanted to help “fight aging”. I know there is no stopping it, but there is no reason I can’t do it gracefully. 😉
Description via Jolse:
- 2 step intensive mask of natural cellulose sheet and ampoule
- Removes dead skin cells and makes skin soft, smooth and elastic
- Moisturizes and boosts suppleness.
- Artificial pigment free, talc free, mineral oil free, benzophenone free.
Benefits via Sasa:
This Dr. Ampoule Dual Mask Sheet[Time Care] contains amino acid, nano peptide, adenosine that makes skin feel luxuriously soft and look radiant. Vitamin A protects the skin to wrinkle skin. Oats replenish nutrients that skin needs. Astaxanthin has rich antioxidant capabilities to enhance the skin.
Directions via Etude House:
Step 1. Extract and apply #1 serum to face.
Step 2. Remove and unfold mask sheet and apply to face. Leave on for 15~20 minutes and remove mask. Allow remaining essence to absorb into skin.
Etude House – $3.50 (shipping can be expensive)
Jolse – $4.44 with shipping for only $2.50
Korea Depart – $13.45 for a pack of 5
***Disclaimer – I received no compensation for this review and the links are only provided as a way to help you find the product.***
In the photo you can see that the mask is labeled 1 and 2. You simply open section one first, apply to your face, & then open section two and put the mask on. I recommend tearing off section one first for easy application. The back of these masks do have directions in English, however, it is very small to read. Just look for them at the bottom below the bar code.
Silly me forgot to take a photo of how the serum looked so you will just have to take my word for it. When I opened it I discovered a clearish white gel that had a very thick consistency to it. I was doubtful this mask would even work at this point.
The mask itself seemed like any other sheet mask from Etude House. It contained a lot of essence so of course I decided to use the extra for my neck and hands. I love the fit of these mask mostly because they are the right size for my face. (Yes, I am pint size).
I decided to leave the Dr. Ampoule Dual Mask Sheet on for roughly 30 minutes, but when I removed it I realized that my face felt like it was still soaked. I attempted to remain optimistic and patted my face to absorb the rest of the liquid. Even then it was still very wet so I decided to see how long it would take to air dry. After ten minutes everything had absorbed into my skin. I WAS ECSTATIC! The mask worked and did not leave any sort of film. I was very afraid that I was going to have to simply wash everything off afterwards.
My overall thoughts:
I liked this mask and in the future I would like to try out the other varieties so I will definitely repurchase. My cons would be the texture and the heaviness of the product. If the texture is something that would bother you then I would not recommend this mask series. I don’t mind how long it took since that is usually the amount of time I leave sheet mask on anyway. I would give this mask 3.5 out of 5.
Until next time my dears,