REVIEW: Lamy Cosmetics Real 97% Rice Paper Eating Mask Pack (Tumeric, Green Tea, Black Rice)

I have tried many different types of sheet masks from cotton/fiber sheet masks, bio cellulose masks, to hydrogel masks, and I thought I've tried them all... until recently! Today, I'll be reviewing the Real 97% Rice Paper Eating Mask Pack from Lamy Cosmetics! :D



The Real 97% Rice Paper Eating Mask Pack is by far the most unique kind of facial sheet mask I have ever tried. The main ingredient of this natural mask pack is, of course, rice! Because of it's almost all-natural ingredients, it's safe for all types of skin, even those with sensitive skin.




HOW TO USE:


1. Cleanse the face as usual and follow up with your toner.

2. Spread the essence included in the mask pack onto the rice mask sheet

3. Let it sit for 2 minutes

4. GENTLY apply the rice paper mask starting from the center of your face moving outward. Be careful with this step because the rice paper will be very fragile!

5. Remove the rice paper mask after 15-20 minutes and finish with the rest of your skin care routine!




REVIEW

There are three different kinds of Lamy Cosmetics Rice Paper Masks: Tumeric, Green Tea, and Black Rice. Tumeric specializes in creating fresh and firm skin, Green Tea for moisturized and radiant skin, and Black Rice for transparent and shining skin.


The Real 97% Rice Paper Eating Mask Pack is a lightweight/second skin two-piece mask consisting of a top and bottom part. I prefer the two separate pieces, especially for this specific mask, because it allows for easier application and a more customizable fit! The cutouts of this mask is pretty decent -- the only complaint I have with it is that the mouth hole is pretty small and the eye cutouts could be a little bit more wide, but it's not too bad.


What I love about this mask is that it literally looks like real rice paper -- exactly like the kind of rice paper I use to make spring rolls LOL! The essence itself consists of many unique and patented herbal ingredients such as rh-EGF capsulized with Lecithin, Plant Stem Cells, Chinese Redbud, and Fermented Red Ginseng. These herbal ingredients work to nourish the skin while also reducing irritation, skin stress, along with maintaining the skin's health. There was no irritation from either of the three mask; the essence and rice paper combo was actually extremely gentle on the skin! The scent of the essences is also fairly faint, which is a huge plus for even those that are sensitive to smells.


After 20 minutes, I removed the rice mask and noticed that the essences has rapidly absorbed deep within my skin; there was very little to no essence leftover on the rice paper! My skin felt incredibly smooth, soft, and plump! Plus, the essences in the rice mask really helped to rejuvenate my skin giving it the added radiance and moisture boost. All in all, my skin not only looked healthier, but it also felt healthier! Unfortunately, I didn't notice many differences between the three kinds of masks; all of the effects were very similar!



FINAL THOUGHTS?

The Real 97% Rice Paper Eating Mask Pack is definitely a solid facial mask if you're looking for one to revive and rejuvenate your skin! The essence absorbs rapidly and penetrates deep within the skin leaving you with refreshed, hydrated, and plump skin. Plus, you can kiss dull skin goodbye with these masks! Unfortunately, I didn't notice many differences between the three kinds of masks; all of the effects were very similar in my opinion. All in all, these masks get two thumbs up from me! :)


The Real 97% Rice Paper Eating Mask Pack is available on Amazon, HERE!



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Disclaimer: This product was sent to me for reviewing purposes however that has no effect on the review itself. All reviews are my own 100% honest opinions.

1 comment

  1. Awww finally it's happening, the Real 97% Rice pack is on the web! I wished I could have tried this one, it looks so fun to apply rice paper on your face (and also so safe, my sensitive skin would have appreciated!)
    I'm actually not really surprised that you didn't notice any differences between the three types but that's a shame :(
    Great review anyway, Mary, as always!

    Nawael,
    http://heynael.com

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