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Face mask review: Etude House Coenzyme Q10
September 15, 2016
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Face mask review: Etude House Coenzyme Q10Etude House Coenzyme Q10

It is another edition of face mask review! To be honest, I should’ve done this post a long time ago but since I only have Sunday for dedicate skincare regimen, it’s hard to try the products! If you recall, I posted one Jolse unboxing session here – one of the many, that is. So in case you missed it and intrigued to read more about the online stores I buy Korean skincare products from, then click here!


From my last face mask haul from Jolse, I bought a couple of variants from them. I am particularly looking for something that can hydrate, nourish, and well, slow down my skin’s aging! Don’t get me wrong – I don’t mind growing old. But I want to grow old gracefully – and that includes my skin, too!
That’s why I was intrigued to try Etude House Coenzyme Q10. I became particularly intrigued with this because I have been seeing this used in famous Western skincare products like Nivea. And yes, similar to the advertisements from Nivea, Etude House also claims that this face mask is for tightening and firming. I don’t think I need those (yet) but I always believe it is better to prevent than cure, LOL!
I was hesitant to open this pack because I still have the It’s Skin Daily Nutrition Mask Sheets opened and sitting inside my fridge at the time. But no matter how hard I try not to, I can’t resist trying this face mask out! Plus, I wanted to mix it up when it comes to skin care as I don’t put a bazillion of products on my skin daily.
Let’s talk about the face mask sheet. Unlike the slight complaint I have with It’s Skin, the face mask size of Etude was huge. I didn’t have any issues spreading the mask sheet to cover my face. Not to mention I didn’t find it hard to ensure the holes meant for the eyes, nose, and mouth lands on the places it’s meant to be.
Moving on to the Coenzyme Q10 liquid, I found it has a milky color and slightly creamy texture. It looks like a cornstarch solution if you ask me! It was almost unscented so I wasn’t bothered with it at all despite having the mask so close to my nose for 20 minutes!
Unlike the Vanedo face mask that had a slight painful stinging sensation, this face mask didn’t. Well, I felt a slight sensation while I had it on but not as strong as the Vanedo mask sheet.
After 20 minutes of having the mask on while earning online, it was easy to pat dry and the remaining liquid got absorbed within 5 minutes. There was leftover liquid inside the packet that I used to apply in my neck area, too! Cool!
Overall, I am really happy with this purchase. It is slightly expensive in comparison to the It’s Skin Daily Nutrition Mask but given all the perks I got from it – I have no complaints!

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    1. I heard about this face mask. I am afraid of using this. I generally use Ole facemask. It is very good. It is also having the property of skin tightening. It does not stick to the skin on the face and cause inconvenience. Ole products are good. It has to be verified whether the size is in proportion to the price . If not, I may have to think about it. Moreover, the ingredients used has to be verified. Does it contain Almond oil?. Because Almond is a good nourisher of the skin. It has got an anti-aging property. For how long can it be allowed onto the face is another factor that has to be viewed. I also want to see whether it has got some jojoba oil content in it. Because this is also a very useful skin brightening oil. It removes the dust easily from the pores of the skin and makes it clean to the maximum extent.

      However, thanks for the information provided in the review.

       
      • Oh, it doesn’t seem to have any oils in it as it has fruit extracts like grapefruit. I know the benefits of using Jojoba oil – I also use it for my skin but not in a face mask, though. I do use it as my moisturizer after washing my face in the evening and it always does the job to keep my skin feeling soft and smooth to touch! 🙂

         
    2. You seem to have it all together when it comes to your skin care regimen, I wish I had all the time to do all that and even shop for the items unfortunately I don’t have it th3 only thing I do for my skin is apply lemon all over my face them leave it on for like 20 minutes then rinse it off and that makes me feel so good and it also leaves the skin feeling more refreshed. I find that fulfilling and less tasking but all the same we all have something that works for each one of us are cannot be the same. The tips are good though

       
      • Oh, I try to make time. I didn’t use to do any of these regularly (only when I feel like it) but after giving birth, I noticed a decline to my skin’s texture. So I want to do something about it. Believe me, I use these things while doing chores, LOL! So it is not unusual to see me cleaning around the house with a face mask sheet on, LOL!

         
    3. I love this! I am obsessed with heath and beauty skin care tips. One of my favorite ways to pamper myself daily. I used a daily moisturizer on my face and sometimes I like to use a face mask at least twice a week. You don’t want to use it too often I’ve been told. I love facial cleansers. I have remained acne free for over 5 years because of the way I keep my face.

       
      • Wow, I wish I can pamper my skin that often 🙂 I do the daily moisturizers but don’t do anything “special” with it daily. Yeah, I think it is not advisable to use these daily – it still has a small alcohol content in it after all.

         
    4. Face masks are the perfect skin care treatment to help you with your skin care concerns. The right face mask can help hydrate skin, remove excess oils and help improve the appearance of your pores. They’re also an excellent way to help pull out impurities.

      When I think of facials, I think of the vigilant skincare habits of Frenchwomen. I’ve yet to answer the doorbell with a pale green or blue mask on, which I’ve heard wouldn’t elicit a peep in that land of serious skin care.

      Nor could I see myself applying one while on a long-haul flight, as famed U.K. makeup artist Lisa Eldridge does (okay, the one she used on her airplane beauty video was somewhat clear in colour). But I do try to work one into my skincare routine-usually on a weekend, hiding in my bathroom.

      “Using a mask is one of the steps of a good skin regimen,” says Karen Asquith, Toronto-based national trainer for G.M. Collin, a Montreal-made line of skincare products that’s sold in spas.

      “A mask blankets the skin, helping the active ingredients penetrate,” Asquith says. “Depending on the type of mask, it can draw impurities from the skin and eliminate dead cells, or tighten and tone.”

      Masks are applied to cleansed skin for 10 to 15 minutes, although the duration can be shorter or longer; some hydrating masks can also be used as an intensive overnight treatment.

       
    5. PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) – Pakistani security forces raided a
      militant hideout in a former Taliban stronghold near the border with Afghanistan Monday,
      triggering a shootout that killed five soldiers and four insurgents. Acting on intelligence, security
      forces launched the raid in North Waziristan, a district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province,
      according to a military statement. North Waziristan and other former tribal regions in northwestern Pakistan were a
      base for the Pakistani Taliban and other militant groups
      until the army claimed that it cleared the region of insurgents.

      Occasional attacks have continued, however, raising concerns the Pakistani Taliban are regrouping in the
      area. The Pakistani Taliban are a separate group but allies of the Afghan Taliban, who seized power in Afghanistan a year ago as
      the U.S.

      and NATO troops were in the final stages of their pullout. The Taliban takeover
      in Afghanistan has emboldened the Pakistani Taliban, who are currently in peace talks with the government.

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    6. At least 11 schoolchildren died in an air strike on a Myanmar village, the UN children’s agency said
      At least 11 schoolchildren died in an air strike and firing on a Myanmar village, the UN children’s agency said, an attack the country’s junta said
      targeted rebels hiding in the area. Myanmar has been in chaos since the military seized power in a coup in February last year, with nearly
      2,300 civilians killed in a crackdown on dissent according to a local monitoring group. The Sagaing
      region in the country’s northwest has seen some of the fiercest fighting,
      and amid clashes between anti-coup fighters
      and the military, entire villages have been burned down. The UN
      children’s agency UNICEF condemned Friday’s incident in Depeyin township
      in Sagaing. “On 16 September, at least 11 children died in an air strike and indiscriminate fire in civilian areas,” UNICEF said in a statement issued Monday. It said schools must be safe and never targeted. “At least 15 children from the same school are still missing,”
      UNICEF said, calling for their immediate safe release. Video footage obtained from a local community group shows a classroom with blood on the floor, damage to the roof and a mother crying
      over her son’s dead body. The junta confirmed they had sent troops
      in helicopters to the village after receiving a tip-off
      that fighters from the Kachin Independence Army — an ethnic rebel group — and from a local anti-coup militia were moving weapons in the area. The military accused the rebel fighters of using civilians
      as human shields, and said it had seized mines and explosives
      from the village. Save the Children Asia Regional Director Hassan Noor expressed
      condolences to the families and said schools should be off limits and the safety of students protected. “How many more incidents like this need to take place before action is taken?” Noor said, urging
      the UN Security Council and Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN)
      to take swift action. ASEAN has led so far fruitless diplomatic
      efforts to resolve the crisis in Myanmar and its leaders will meet in Phnom Penh in November to discuss limited
      progress on a peace plan.

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