This mask contains bitter melon as its main ingredient, which helps repair damaged tissue, relieves swelling and inflammation, and promote oil and water balance. It also contains aloe (soothing), salicylic acid (BHA, anti-acne), niacinamide (whitening), horse chestnut extract, cucumber juice, shea butter, camellia, and seaweed extract. Out of the packet, a strong bitter scent wafted towards me, I could even taste it in my mouth. The material felt like wet notebook paper and is pretty flimsy, hence a backing helps or I would’ve torn it. It was drenched in clear watery essence, there were still tons of essence left in the packet. Fit was great! Adherence was decent where areas were flat, not so much around the edges or nose area. It did tingle for the first 10 mins, I kept it on for another 25 mins without any irritation as it was starting to dry out around the edges. After patting the essence in, my skin looked brighter, less red, and acne spots were less inflamed. It dried down to a matte finish, but wasn’t hydrating enough for my combo dry skin so I topped it off with a light moisturizer. This is great for under makeup, or oily skin peeps with acne issues, or peeps in hotter climates. I wouldn’t be in a hurry to repurchase this, the tea tree variety worked better on my skin.