|Dr. Jart Water Fuse Water-Full Hydrogel Face Mask|
Continuing my obsession with sheet masks, the mask I have picked to review today is the Dr. Jart+ Water Fuse Water-Full Hydrogel Mask. I buy these from Sephora, and these masks are available to buy individually or as a set of 5 (that's slightly cheaper). What's a little different about this mask - compared to other sheet masks I have tried - is that it doesn't come soaked in any serum or essence. It's a clean, dry-to-touch mask that comes in 2 halves for the upper and lower part of the face. The mask claims to contain a unique Hydrogel material that helps the hyaluronic acid (sodium hyaluronate) and other natural extracts contained in the mask to get into the skin better and provide better hydration than a moisturizer.
|Dr. Jart+ WaterFuse Water-Full Hydrogel Mask |
Comes in 2 separate halves - adapts much better to my face than most other sheet masks.
Dr. Jart Water-Full Hydrogel Mask is definitely the easiest to use among all the masks I have tried so far. There is absolutely no mess to it, and I can put it on and go about doing whatever it is that I want to do without worrying about the mask slipping or falling. The mask has some slightly sticky transparent serum over it, that absorbs into the skin over time, and I remove/discard the mask after about 30 minutes. Can leave it on longer, but it tends to stick to the skin a bit after that. There is no serum left behind on the skin to massage or wipe off, and I usually follow this with a light moisturizer. As for results, this mask claims to hydrate the skin, and it definitely does a good job of it. I have oily-combination skin that gets the occasional dry patch, and this mask makes my skin feel hydrated without ever looking oily or greasy. I amn't sure how effective it would be for really dry skin, but for me, this is the perfect mask to use when I want a boost of moisture without worrying about getting oily.
Dr. Jart Water Fuse Water-Full Hydrogel Face Mask - Ingredients
|The mask has mineral oil listed in the ingredient list, but strangely enough, it doesn't seem to make my skin oily.|