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It’s very hard to surprise me when it comes to sheet masks. After basically living and breathing Korean beauty for close to 5 years, I’ve seen it all (or so I thought). The Oseque True Noble Soil Layering Mask is purifying and moisturizing at once. Interesting? I thought so too. I’m currently on my second box of 10, so I’ve had lots of opportunities to get acquainted with the masks.
I received this mask free for a review; it can be purchased on Amazon or on Stacy Lash official website. Use the code 30SKINCARE30 to save 30% on any Oseque products from their Amazon page. The code is still valid as of June 11, 2021.
These Oseque sheet masks contain noble soil (a type of red clay), which absorbs impurities and excess skin oil. The sheet is actually coated in a thin layer of this clay. And if you scrape at it with a fingernail, it will come off. Yes, I scratched at it to make sure it was actual clay and not just a tint on the mask sheet. I like to pretend I’m a scientist.
The sheet is also saturated in hyaluronic acid and hydrolyzed collagen to provide superior hydration and nourishment. A complex of ferments soothes and moisturizes the skin. Centella and tea tree ingredients can further calm irritation. A full list of ingredients is available at the end of the article.
How to use:
Apply to clean skin after toner (clay side to the skin)
Remove after 10-20 minutes
Pat in the remaining serum
I usually follow with a cream or a sleeping pack to lock in all of that hydration.
These masks are very well made and a pleasure to use. They are more hydrating than purifying in my opinion, but I love the novel complex of combining clay with hyaluronic acid.
The material is soft and fully saturated in a thick serum. The fit is very close to ideal for my face shape. I slather the extra serum all over the chest, neck, and hands. The mask, like most of the other Oseque products, is quite fragrant. I like the aroma and it doesn’t linger after application, so it’s not an issue for me.
If you avoid most clay masks due to their potentially drying effects, then consider trying this one. It’s the furthest thing from drying. My skin is plump, hydrated, and happy after use.
My favorite time to enjoy Oseque True Noble Soil Layering Mask is after a day of makeup (like when I film my Youtube videos). I love the extra nourishment, hydration, and soothing this provides.
Oseque True Noble Soil Layering Mask ingredients: water, dipropylene glycol, glycerin, butylene glycol, 1,2-hexanediol, loess extract (10,000ppm), hydroxyethylcellulose, coceth-7, PPG-1-PEG-9 lauryl glycol ether, PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil, carbomer, phenoxyethanol, tromethamine, panthenol, disodium EDTA, fragrance, allantoin, dipotassium glycyrrhizate, sodium hyaluronate, sodium acetylated hyaluronate, hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid, bacillus/soybean ferment extract, lactobacillus/soybean ferment extract, saccharomyces/viscum album (mistletoe) ferment extract, saccharomyces/imperata cylindrica root ferment extract, galactomyces ferment filtrate, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) extract, centella asiatica leaf water, anthemis nobilis flower water, hippophae rhamnoides extract, citrus aurantium amara (bitter orange) flower water, hydrolyzed collagen, salicornia herbacea extract, phragmites communis extract, rosa damascena flower water, hibiscus sabdariffa flower extract