It's meant to be suitable for all skin types, as well as leave the skin smooth and supple. I find that unlike other skincare products, I don't need to test it out for quite as long, as my skin is pretty quick to decide how it's going to react to it. Also, with this mask, you're meant to kick start it by using it three days in a row.
Like the name suggests, it goes on green, and smells vaguely of calamine lotion, which is a little off putting. I found it to have a small amount of tingling, which actually meant that it felt quite comfortable on the skin.
The mask did then dry down and tighten the skin. After about 15 minutes, I washed it off. I found that my skin felt softer with this, particularly after using it for three days.
Overall, a decent introduction to another Aussie brand! For more information on Maskd, please refer to their website.
*These products were provided for my consideration, but my opinions are my own.