I don’t normally like to spend too much time on my beauty routine, so this was my first 2-step face mask. And my first time trying snake venom!
Here’s a close-up of the instructions:
The first step is to spread the base ampoule onto your face. It’s a clear, jellyish liquid. The packet is small, but there was more than enough to cover my whole face plus a little leftover for my neck area too.
Second step is to place the mask onto your face, essentially sealing the ampoule underneath.
I really like how the rosemary water smells. It’s refreshing and tart. And I LOVE the shape of this mask!! Usually the masks I use have a tiny strip for the nose and there’s huge gaps around the eye area, which is hello where I want the most TLC. This Syn-Ake mask provided excellent coverage. It also has a silky consistency that feels very luxurious… no plastic sheeting! After 20 minutes of a wonderful cooling effect, I took the mask off and was impressed with how supple my skin looked. I’ll definitely be purchasing this mask again.
Syn-Ake SOS mask
Pros: Excellent mask coverage, lots of serum in both packages. Rosemary water is an added bonus.
Cons: Takes an extra twenty seconds to spread the base ampoule on. Pricier than your $1 masks. This beauty treat will set you back $3.99.