Evercos Ginseng Face Mask! 

It’s been a while since I did a face mask for you all so I decided to do the Evercos Ginseng Face Mask! This was given to me as a gift from my fiancee’s mom! Thanks, Cheri! What’s really awesome about it is that it is a Korean mask! 

Here is the front! The type is all in Korean with a picture of ginseng on the top corner.
Here is the back of the mask! There are instructions in English but the majority are in Korean.
Step One: Make sure to wash and tone your face!
Here is the mask out of the package! It was shocked with how earthy it smelled! Typically face masks smell floral and pretty. This one is very earthy and woodsy. I like it.
All you have to do with this one is take it out of the package and smooth it on your face as much as you can. Sorry for the facial expression, it’s hard to look happy or not like the invisible man in bandages. Lol
It says to keep on your face anywhere between 10 to 20 minutes. I kept mine on for 20.
Oooo after 20 minutes, peel off your face! Whee!

After you remove the mask, make sure to massage the essence into your skin. In the picture my skin does look clearer. I used this mask two hours ago and my face isn’t sticky like after most formulas and it feels moisturized.

Okay! That’s it for this mask! I did like this one and it did make my skin feel nice. I’m not going to go crazy and rave about it since it did the job but didn’t make my skin completely rejuvenated.

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Author: aubr3y87

I recently was a full-time worker that has went to a stay at home mom lifestyle and I'm attempting to blog about makeup and the perks of being a mother.

2 thoughts on “Evercos Ginseng Face Mask! ”

  1. I like the licorice mask too. The earthy smell is the ginseng, which I’m sure you knew. I should have warned you about how strong it smells. The best place I’ve gotten them from is Wild Jasmine. They’re cheap, like $2, and local so they ship fast. You’re pretty even while wearing a sheet mask!

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