UPDATE: I have now incorporated sheet masking while meditating to save time and be more efficient =)
Currently trying out this Naruko Tea Tree Shine Control & Blemish Clear Mask because I’m feeling acne prone and it is good for oily skin.
Ingredients are listed as follows: purified water, butylene glycol, ethyl alcohol, hamamelis virginiana extract, transexamic acid, xanthan gum, 2-phenoxyethanol, sodium citrate, chlorphenesin, salicylic acid, PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil, serenoa serrulate fruit extract, lens esculenta (lentil) seed extract, enantia chlorantha bark extract, sodium hyaluronate, piroctone olamine, kalanchoe spathulata extract*, glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) root extract*, scutellaria alpina flower/leaf/stem extract*, peucedanum ostruthium leaf extract*, ginkgo biloba leaf extract*, artemisia umbelliformis extract*, leontopodium alpinum extract*, epilobium fleischeri extract*, calendula officinalis flower extract*, chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract*, camellia sinensis leaf extract*, essential oils of tea tree (melaleuca alternifolia), orange (citrus nobilis), spearmint (menta viridis), lemon (citrus limonum), lime (citrus auantifolia), peppermint (metha pipertia), grapefruit (citrus paradise), niaouli (melaleuca viridiflora) *
- The mask is black (the active carbon apparently).
- It feels tingly on my face when I first put it on and kind of dies down to a cool sensation
- It is not moisturizing at ALL. After I took off the mask, I felt super dry and needed my moisturizer ASAP.
- Blemishes looks less inflamed and it felt good for acne-prone skin.
- Also, the sheet mask was kinda hard to pull apart and I almost ripped it so be careful.
- Recommended for acne treatment only
- Follow up with a moisturization routine