Mizon Enjoy Vital-Up Time – Watery Moisture Mask Review
The Mizon Enjoy Vital-Up Time – Watery Moisture Mask is meant to target your skin’s hydration needs. According to Peach and Lily, this product both calms and hydrates using green tea, allantoin, trehalose and hyaluronic acid.
This mask comes in a single 23 mL sheet with tearaway notches near the top. As an FYI, all of the text on the back is in Korean.
Applying this sheet mask is pretty straight forward – remove the mask from the package, and apply to the face. There is no ‘wrong’ or ‘right’ side. Leave on for about 10-20 minutes, and remove. Any excess residual from the mask can be patted into the face, and followed up with a moisturizer.
Out of the many sheet masks I’ve tried, the quality of the Mizon Enjoy Vital-Up Time – Watery Moisture Mask is incredible. First, the sheet itself is thick and heavy. I’m not sure what material is used to make the sheet, but it holds the serum really well and doesn’t tear when you’re trying to navigate putting it on your face. Second, the mask size sits perfectly on my face (I have an oval-shaped face that’s about 6 inches in length). I get pretty irritated when the mask hangs over my chin and I’m sitting there trying to make it stick for 20 minutes. That being said, the mask (like most others) has slits on the bottom to accommodate different face shapes.
Last but certainly not least, is the feel of the mask itself. The mask comes on smelling and feeling fresh, while my face seems to drink up the moisture. After removing the mask, I feel like my face just drank a whole glass of water, and visually my face looks more plump and hydrated.
- I like how this mask packs so much punch in a small package. With high-profile ingredients like allantoin and hyaluronic acid, my (roughly) $5 CAD goes pretty far in terms of injecting my skin with a shot of hydration.
- The quality of the sheet is amazing compared to other sheet masks.
- The price is kind of steep for a sheet mask. Over at Yesstyle, they sell this mask for $5.90 CAD a piece! The good news is if you’re a mask aficionado like me, you may as well stock up that makes it $2.50 CAD per mask.
- Sheet masks usually come with more serum than the sheet can hold. I like to squeeze every last droplet out of the package and apply it to my décolletage and hands!
- One thing I like doing with my sheet masks is to put them in a small paper bag in the fridge. This keeps them a) fresher longer, and b) cools the skin as the mask is working its magic.
- Another tip is from my good friend – she taught me to look at all of my masks and arrange them in expiry date order so they never have to go to waste!