Multimasking with the Etude House Honey Jelly Lips Patch & Black Hydrogel Eye Patch

This is a first on this blog; I’ve reviewed many masks before, but I’ve never multimasked! Today I’ll be sharing two masks from Etude House: their Honey Jelly Lips Patch and their Black Hydrogel Eye Patch.

Etude House Honey Jelly Lips Patch & Black Hydrogel Eye Patch

If you’re curious about the ingredients of these products, click below to find out what’s in them.

Click here to view the ingredients for the Etude House Black Hydrogel Eye Patch.
Water
Dipropylene Glycol – A small molecular weight synthetic solvent. Functions as fragrance ingredient; solvent; viscosity decreasing agent. (source)
Glycerin – A naturally occurring ingredient (also synthetically made). Used as a lubricant and humectant in a variety of personal care products. (source)
Niacinamide – Also known as vitamin B3 and nicotinic acid, niacinamide is a very effective skin-restoring ingredient that offers multiple benefits for aging skin. (source)
Diethoxyethyl Succinate – All the links I find say it’s a solvent.
Ceratonia Siliqua Gum – Carob
Chondrus Crispus Powder – Also knows as Carrageenan. A polysaccharide extract of Irish moss, a form of seaweed. It is a skin conditioning agent and is useful in the control of viscosity in an overall product. Due to it being a seaweed extract it is packed full of vitamins and minerals which are vital to the maintenance of healthy skin. (source)
Petrolatum – Petrolatum, or petroleum jelly, derived from petroleum, is often used in personal care products as a moisturizing agent. (source)
Butylene Glycol – A small organic alcohol used as solvent and conditioning agent. (source)
Paeonia Suffruticosa Root Extract – An extract of the roots of the peony, Paeonia suffruticosa flower, a powerful antioxidant. (source)
Centella Asiatica Extract – An herb, its extract has antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging properties. (source)
Cellulose Gum – A natural ingredient that is most often used as a thickener but also used as a film-forming agent. (source)
1,2-Hexanediol – A widely used humectant and coupling agent. (source)
Sodium Polyacrylate – A synthetic polymer used in cosmetics and personal care products in part because of its ability to absorb as much as 200 to 300 times its mass in water. (source)
Charcoal Powder – Classified as Abrasive, Absorbent, Opacifying. (source)
Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract – Chamomille
Polysorbate 20 – Used in cosmetics and skin care products as a surfactant, emulsifier, and fragrance ingredient. (source)
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride – Derived from coconut oil and glycerin, it’s considered an excellent emollient and skin-replenishing ingredient. (source)
Glyceryl Caprylate – A monoester of glycerin and caprylic acid that serves as an emulsifier and skin conditioning agent. (source)
Hydrogenated Polydecene – A synthetic polymer used as an emollient and skin moisturizer. (source)
CI 77491 – Iron oxides, red pigments
Mica – A naturally occurring mineral dust used in cosmetics for its brilliant or shimmering appearance. (source)
Adenosine – Yeast-derived ingredient that functions as a good soothing and skin-restoring agent. Adenosine has proven anti-wrinkle benefits due to its ability to energize skin’s surface so it looks smoother and younger. (source)
Ethylhexylglycerin – A natural preservative used as an alternative to parabens. Derived from glycerin and can also be used as a deodorizer and skin conditioner. (source)
Allantoin – By-product of uric acid extracted from urea and considered an effective skin-soothing and skin-conditioning agent. (source)
Acacia Senegal Gum – Herb that can have skin soothing properties, but is used primarily as a thickening agent. (source)
Titanium Dioxide – A naturally occurring mineral used as a colouring agent, whitener, thickening agent, and sunscreen ingredient in cosmetics and personal care products. (source)
Trideceth-6 – A PEG used as a surfactant. (source)
Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil
Peat Water
Citric Acid
Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose – A semi-synthetic polymer used as a binding agent, emulsifier, surfactant, stabilizer, adhesive and in the general control of the viscosity of the product. (source)
Vaccinium Angustifolium (Blueberry) Fruit Extract
Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil
Viola Tricolor Extract – Wild pansy flower
Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower Extract
Centaurea Cyanus Flower Extract – Cornflower
Tocopheryl Acetate – A chemical compound that consists of acetic acid and tocopherol (vitamin E). Functions as an antioxidant and skin-conditioning agent. (source)
Potassium Sorbate – A mild preservative as a paraben alternative. (source)
Disodium EDTA – It primarily works as a preservative, chelator and stabilizer, but has also been shown to enhance the foaming and cleaning capabilities of a cosmetic solution. (source)
Fragrance

View these ingredients on CosDNA.

Ingredient source: official website

Click here to view the ingredients for the Etude House Honey Jelly Lips Patch.
Water
Butylene Glycol – A small organic alcohol used as solvent and conditioning agent. (source)
Glycerin – A naturally occurring ingredient (also synthetically made). Used as a lubricant and humectant in a variety of personal care products. (source)
Olive Oil PEG-8 Esters – A complex mixture formed from the transesterification of Olive Oil and PEG-8. Function(s): Skin-Conditioning Agent – Emollient; Surfactant – Emulsifying Agent (source)
Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) – A polysaccharide extract of Irish moss, a form of seaweed. It is a skin conditioning agent and is useful in the control of viscosity in an overall product. Due to it being a seaweed extract it is packed full of vitamins and minerals which are vital to the maintenance of healthy skin. (source)
A widely used humectant and coupling agent. (source)
Polysorbate 20 – Used in cosmetics and skin care products as a surfactant, emulsifier, and fragrance ingredient. (source)
Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba (Guar) Gum
Ceratonia Siliqua Gum – Carob
Phenoxyethanol – Preservative
Honey Extract
Coptis Japonica Root Extract – A flower, it’s common name is Japanese goldthread.
Potassium Chloride – An inorganic salt that functions as a viscosity increasing agent. (source)
Sucrose
Zingiber Officinale (Ginger) Root Extract
Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate – A salt derived from the licorice plant. Also known as licorice root extract. Functions as a skin conditioning agent. (source)
Dextrin – Carbohydrate that is classified as a polysaccharide. It is used as an adhesive when mixed with water. For skin it can have water-binding properties. (source)
Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract – Chamomille
Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract
Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Seed Extract
Benzophenone-4 – A photostabilizer and sunscreen agent used for its ability to absorb UV rays. (source)
Fragrance
Acorus Calamus Root Extract – Also called sweet flag or calamus.
Asiaticoside – A pure, completely natural active anti-wrinkle ingredient from centella asiatica. (source)
Brassica Campestris (Rapeseed) Seed Oil
Royal Jelly Extract – Royal jelly is a honey bee secretion.
Propolis Extract – Bee propolis is defined as a resinous mixture that honey bees produce by combining their own saliva and beeswax with exuded substances they collect from tree buds, sap flows and other botanical sources. (source)
CI 15985 – Sunset Yellow, a petroleum-derived orange azo dye.
CI 19140 – Tartrazine, a synthetic lemon yellow azo dye.
Perilla Ocymoides Leaf Extract

View these ingredients on CosDNA.

Ingredient source: official website

Black Hydrogel Eye Patch

The eye goggle patch makes skin around the eyes elastic and bright with its dual function of anti-wrinkle+whitening. The closely adhering vaseline and oil gel provide abundant moisture and nourishment to tired skin around the eyes.

I love face masks, but most of them don’t get too close to the eyes and I want to be able to treat that area too. So I’ve been looking at eye masks to help fill in that gap. When I saw the shape of this one I just HAD to give it a try! I mean, doesn’t it just look fun to wear?!

The instructions are quite simple: (1.) After cleansing, tone face. (2.) Remove mask from pouch and apply to eye area. (3.) Leave on for 30 minutes, then remove gently. (4.) Lightly massage remaining contents onto skin.

Etude House Black Hydrogel Eye Patch

The mask had a very light scent, but I couldn’t tell you what it smelled like. It was pleasant though. The mask itself wasn’t as wet as I expected it to be, but I did notice a little puncture hole in the packaging so I think it may have dried out a little bit. It was still wet enough to stay in place and provide some hydration to my skin, but I just feel like it should have been a wee bit more wet. There wasn’t much essence to massage into the skin after it was done so I added a bit of eye cream afterwards (which I didn’t think I’d need to do).

My eye area didn’t look or feel any different once the mask was done. I was expecting my skin to look and feel a bit more plump, but it did not.

Honey Jelly Lips Patch (Moisturizing)

Sweet honey protects your lips!
The lip patch keeps your lips nourished, elastic, and moisturized with triple care from honey, propolis, and royal jelly.

Ever since doing my lip balm detox I’ve been looking at other ways to hydrate and moisturize my lips without going back to lip balms, and one thing I wanted to try was lip masks. I knew the KBeauty market was the place to start because I’ve seen these types of masks many times while browsing products on RoseRoseShop, but I can’t believe I’ve never tried one before!

This mask is also quite simple to use: Place onto clean lips and leave on for 10~15 minutes. Massage remaining product into your lips. I did leave it on for a bit longer since the eye mask had to stay for 30 minutes.

Etude House Honey Jelly Lips Patch

This mask also had a very light scent. I felt like it was more fresh floral than sweet, but it was still pleasant.

This mask was a bit thick so I had to reposition it a few times because gravity kept pulling it down. Once done, my lips didn’t feel as moisturized as I expected them to be, even considering that I grabbed more essence from the packaging to massage into them. I still had to apply moisturizer once I was done.

Final Thoughts

And here it is, my multimasking selfie! 😛

Etude House Honey Jelly Lips Patch & Black Hydrogel Eye Patch multimasking

These masks were definitely fun to try, but they didn’t quite meet my expectations.

Have you multimasked before?

– Chantal 🙂

Multimasking with the Etude House Honey Jelly Lips Patch & Black Hydrogel Eye Patch

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Computer geek by day and super mom by night, Chantal loves to try products of any kind and share her thoughts with the world.

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