Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Baviphat Green Tea Juicy Mask Sheet

While it smells nice and is great for a moisture boost... it doesn't really do much else. Definitely a pass.

Where to buy: - $1.20 - $11.40 for 5

Description: Baviphat Green Tea Juicy Mask Sheet(Moisturizing & Lifting) offers endless moisture which is desperately needed for a dehydrated skin. The essence of the mask can be readily and completely absorbed by our skin to strike the great moisture balance. Green tea is well-known for its anti-oxidant performance. It is commonly used against aging and skin damage due to pollution in daily life. Green tea can be as well render skin radiance and elasticity to prevent any spots and wrinkles formation. (from

 'Endless Moisture'
 Quick absorption

Ingredients: Unable to find ingredients :/

Scent: Very, very mild green tea scent. What scent there is is quite light and refreshing, and quite relaxing.

Packaging: All of the little pouches in this series are quite cute- I really enjoy the cute jar thing going on, buuuut unfortunately the plastic is hard to tear. There is no plastic backing with the mask, but you can't tear the mask easily so that's fine. The mask is soaked in serum, but not dripping like with others.

Fit: Copy + pasting my previous review:
"SO TERRIBLE. The eye holes are giant, the mask is waaay too long, the mouth hole is too big. On the other hand, it has the nose part pre-cut so you can actually have it fit around your eye hole/nose bridge. The mask material is somewhere between the quite thin My Beauty Diary style and the annoyingly thick Etude House sort. You can tear it with a bit of effort, but you don't have to worry about accidentally ruining everything when unfolding it."

Results: I'm disappointed by how thoroughly meh these masks are so far ): As with the Peach version, the serum is creamy rather than watery or gel-like. I experienced no drips because of that, which was nice. It felt very cooling on (the entire time!) so for those of you experiencing a warm summer with no AC, this might be a nice treatment. Unfortunately, I didn't experience anything beyond moisture. :( I saw no lifting action, no brightening, or soothing... just moisturizing. It did a good job of being moisturizing, but yea. Whatever. It's not a bad mask, it's just not good.

Conclusion: Final Score: 2.5/5

  • light and refreshing scent
  • very moisturizing
  • no drips
  • terrible fit
  • doesn't do anything beyond moisturizing


  1. What I hate most about mask fit, is that part btwn you nose and your upper lip. That part is always too big for me so either i pull it up so i can move my lips and talk but have the sheet suffocate my nose trying to breathe, or i breathe and have the sheet cover my mouth so i cant talk. lol

    Well looks like i wont be trying this mask out but thanks for the great review ^^

    1. I get that almost every time!!! It's so irritating, I usually try and fold it over a little bit, but then it looks like I have a moustache... but I guess it beats not being able to breath lol. Happy to help, thanks so much for the comment! :)

  2. Phew, thank you so much for the honest review! I've seen these masks in so many stores here in Toronto, and I was about to go mask-psycho on them, and buy a whole pack. Guess I won't! xD

    BTW, I've got an Etude house giveaway going on, if you're interested! C: Junniku blog [Click!]
    - A Korean fashion, beauty and lifestyle blog!

  3. Thanks for the review. Regarding your comment, I think if you purchase it at the retail stores they should give you extra masks. I know if you buy it online sometimes they don't give you the masks, etc. But, I'm not sure, it could depend on the region too. ^-^

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