I'm back with another mask review~
This time it's a unique mask~
I bring to you the Entia No Filter Brightening Camera Mask!
Let's hurry into details because it's a super cool mask!
As you can see, it's a two step mask~
Step 1 is a powder type vitamin C ampoule~
You can see from the photo below that the ampoule really is powder.
However, the warmth of your hand melts the powder into a liquidy ampoule.
Because it is very fine powder, it does fly a lot so you need to be super careful when you apply it on your face but it definitely absorbs into your skin in less than a second!
Now let's look at the ingredients in the ampoule!
There are 2 main ingredients: Ascorbyl Glucoside (2.0%) and Mallotus japonicus bark extract.
Ascorbyl Glucoside is a stable form of Vitamin C since pure vitamin C is unstable in heat, light, and moisture.
Mallotus japonicus is a tree used for many medical and cosmetic reasons. It has properties that allow for curing of wounds and calming of the skin.
Now let's talk about the mask!
The mask is pretty thick. You can see the thickness of it below in my photo:
The mask seems to be pretty thick but because of the texture, it doesn't seem to hold in a lot of moisture compared to the thickness.
The essence is a little milky but super light and watery and maybe that's why it dries up pretty fast.
They claim to use a thin sheet but it seemed pretty thick to me and I don't know if I waited too long to put the mask on but it seemed like it dried in about 10 minutes.
Anyways let's talk ingredients.
The main ingredient is Kakadu Plum which is known to have the most Vitamin C contained in a fruit.
The essences was pretty sticky as it absorbed but not as much as the AHC Phyto Complex mask I've reviewed before.
I applied eye cream and facial cream and it wasn't as sticky anymore.
Overall, I would say this mask is a solid 7 out of 10.
I liked the powder ampoule but I think it's technically the same as the BNBG powder Vitamin C ampoule and the mask was a bit below expectation (and not really what I expected after reading about it on their website.
However, this is all really personal and if you'd like to try it out yourself, you can get them here: