Review: Etude House I Need You, Elder Flower! Face Mask

It's face mask time! This time, we're going Exploring into E - E for Elderflower, that is! I've been letting the sheet mask side of things slip recently, so I do apologise, but I'm hoping to get back on track with this one - keep your eyes peeled for future face mask posts!


I thought I'd give this one a go today, as I felt like my skin was in need of a little TLC and that it needed a bit of extra moisture after the plane trips over the weekend. This boasted the ability to soothe and moisturise skin, but did it really do that?


Here are the ingredients on the back of the packet:



There was very watery serum once I opened the sachet, accompanied by a mild floral scent that didn't hang around.


This might be one of the most frightening mask shots yet! The end result? Rather underwhelming. While pleasant on my skin, I didn't feel like it really added more moisture to it, nor did it soothe anything. Certainly not one of my favourite from them - this one isn't making it on my repurchase list!

Which face mask did you use recently? Do you use Asian face masks?

Comments

  1. Looks like a great mask for summer! I would like to try it out! ^_-*

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    1. It was fun, but I don't think it did that much for my skin!

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  2. I find that Etude House masks are a bit of a letdown overrall. They don't feel particularly moisturising and they don't make the skin look any more hydrated. It's strange really!

    I love using Leader's Clinic - a bit more expensive but worth every penny!

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    1. I haven't heard of that brand! I should go and google it!

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  3. haha love a frightening mask shot! I'm loving indeed labs Hydraluron and I've just got my hands on some Princess Skincare masks... my skin is gonna be smiling! :)

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