[Review] Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask Sheet with Lactobacillus

Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask Sheet with Lactobacillus Review:

I have been seeing Whamisa on my feed quite a lot lately and I’ve been curious for some time. I’ve been eyeing some of their products but this brand is pretty new to me not to mention it’s on the pricey side so I try to control myself as much as I can. Since I have been obsessing about it, I thought maybe it’s about time that I test if this brand actually delivers. I’ve decided to get myself the Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask; whether this product lives up to the hype or not would definitely be my deciding point if I would be getting stuff Whamisa.

Claims:

The Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented hydrogel mask is soaked in skin-plumping botanical serum to drench your face in ultra-hydration and nutrition for instantly glowing, clear skin.

It is said to be formulated with 95% organic ingredients including Tomato, Apple, Licorice and Banana, which are naturally fermented to preserve maximum efficacy. This natural blends of fermented fruits and tomato to help rehydrate and  calm dry, depleted skin.

Ingredients:

Water, *Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, **Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, *Lactobacillus/Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Ferment Filtrate, *Lactobacillus/Actinidia Chinensis (Kiwi) Fruit Ferment Filtrate, *Lactobacillus/Musa, Sapientum (Banana) Fruit Ferment Filtrate, *Lactobacillus/Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Fruit Ferment Filtrate, *Solanum Lycopersicum (Tomato) Fruit/leaf/stem Extract, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Aniba, Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, Citrus Nobilis (Mandarin Orange) Peel Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil 

Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask Sheet with Lactobacillus Review

Volume: 33g

How to use:

  1. After cleansing, unfold the mask.
  2. Apply the liquid serum in the mask packaging.
  3. Then lay the gel sheet mask over your face and press lightly with your fingertips to set it in place.
  4. Leave it on for 20 minutes, and then peel off.
  5. Gently pat any remaining residue into the skin.
  6. Discard protective white plastic backing after use. 

My Skin Type: Combination, Acne-Prone, Occasionally Dull and Sensitive

Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask Sheet with Lactobacillus Review:

Technically, this is my first ever hydrogel mask so I am totally excited in trying this one out! I’d have to admit though, that I have been saving this baby for a special occasion. I have very high expectation on this mask, not only because it is expensive but also, people on the blogosphere have been raving so much about it.

Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask Sheet with Lactobacillus Review

Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask comes in a pretty neat pack that is equally beautiful to my L’Herboflore Masks (if not better). This one, however, has a weird packaging because the sheet itself is placed in a tray! The back part/tray is transparent so you could easily gauge how much essence is in the packet!

Unfortunately, everything is pretty much written in Hangeul so it is not quite foreign-friendly. Well, at least they have stamped the expiration date and that’s the only thing that matters… for me anyway!

As I open the packet, my nose is welcomed by a fruity scent which has strong apple notes that is somewhat sour. To be honest, I was a bit disappointed because pretty masks should come with beautiful scents, right? I don’t know how others find this but personally, I am not impressed.

The essence used in this mask is very light brown that is actually more of jelly than an essence. It feels a bit thick on skin, a little tacky but I was anticipating it given that it is a ferment of a lot of things!

Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask comes in two pieces –one that covers about under nose to chin and the other from forehead to nose.

Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask Sheet with Lactobacillus Review

The material of this mask is super thin and is very delicate! I was very careful as I fix it on my face because I was afraid I might ruin it. The fit of this mask is almost perfect, but it was a bit short on my chin and especially short on my forehead. I know I didn’t arrange it wrong because if I pull the mask upward to cover more of my forehead, the eye holes would already be in my brows position! Adherence is actually the best! It feels like second skin, it is so light it’s as if I wasn’t wearing anything!

Since there’s remaining essence, I slathered it on my forehead to compensate. I love how the hydrogel gives my skin extra cooling sensation. I wore it for about 30 minutes before I remove the mask. I’m happy to report that the essence/gel used on this mask was fully absorbed by my skin! I could not detect any sticky feeling in fact the finish of this mask is somewhat matte. I did not observe any brightening, to be honest. But it did leave my skin look very healthy! My face was well hydrated, plump and really soft!

Overall, this is a good mask. Sometimes I don’t mind sacrificing a little brightening in place of very healthy looking skin. While I like this mask in general, I can’t really say that I’m blown. With that said, I would probably just get this mask for when it is on sale. It is nice to feel fancy once in a while but honestly, I could get about the same effect with a cheaper mask.

Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask would work alright with any skin type. Since this mask provided perfect moisture and hydration to my oily, I feel that this would not be enough in terms of hydration if you have perpetually dry skin.

It contains a lot of ferments so I suggest to patch test first before soaking your face in this goodness to see if you’re skin agrees with the ingredients.

Where to buy:

Amazon Prime | eBay


Have you tried Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask Sheet with Lactobacillus?

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3 thoughts on “[Review] Whamisa Organic Fruits & Tomato Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask Sheet with Lactobacillus

    • Do you get irritations with ferments? That is unfortunate in general but with respect to this product, you’re not actually missing that much. 🙂

      • My skin can handle a small amount of ferments, but if I use those products with 80% to 90% ferments my skin just explodes with tiny bumps and gets itchy.

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