Notable ingredients: Grapefruit extract, Snow lotus extract (anti-inflammatory), Leopard's Bane extract, Evening Primrose Root Extract (increases blood circulation), cocoa extract, watercress extract (anti-aging, prevents UV damage), and many more awesome botanical extracts. None of these ingredients seem to have anything to do with the photo on the packaging.
Targets: Vibrant-looking skin, reduced redness and irritation, and moisture. (Based on the ingredients and their benefits... Thank you, Google!)
Scent: Ah, I guess this is where the beer is supposed to come in. Sorta. It doesn't exactly smell like beer, but like... Something. It's actually really nice and isn't potent at all.
Essence: Jelly consistency, makes sense, because of the name. And there is so much leftover, I refrigerated it to use another time. I wish I had those Daiso cotton masks to use up leftover essence.
Material/Fit: It's a pretty thin cottony material. The mask itself is pretty large, tall, and wide. The eyeholes seem big enough and the nose is an appropriate size. So basically, a great fit!
Results: I couldn't tell if I looked "revitalized," so I asked my fiancée if I do. She said, "For someone who is really tired, yeah." (Damn dark circles.) 😆 My skin looks smooth, brighter, calm, no redness at all, feels super hydrated. The essence dries a little dewy, so this is a mask I would only use before bed. I could skip moisturizer if I really wanted to.
Price: I'm not sure. These are really hard to find for some reason. You can get 5 pieces of this on eBay for $21.76 or something like that.
(Re)purchase?: I would purchase these, but $22 or $3 per piece (on some sites) is kind of high for me.