High quality (but it has a learning curve for application)
This mask comes in a paperboard sleeve and is high quality. It's made of hydrolyzed egg that gives it a slightly rubbery texture that clings to the skin well and also stays moist longer than any other mask I've used so far. There is plenty of essence, but I didn't have any problem with dripping, nor did it dry down to a sticky feel. There's a netting over the mask to support it and help you position it over your face before peeling it away because it's such a floppy material. I found the strip above the lips to be a bit thin and trying to get it in place caused it to stretch and twist, so best to be very careful manipulating it. There was lots of leftover serum that I refrigerated and used up later. Also, I really didn't need it right away, but I'm in the habit of using moisturizer after the essence soaks in, and I did so with no issues. The ingredients in this mask are really good, so I trust it benefited my skin beyond the readily obvious results such as plumping. To see the best results, you need to use any mask twice a week for about four weeks if you truly want to see what effect it can have on your skin (because it takes that long for the lower layer to come to the surface as new skin). I am too busy experimenting with all these masks, so I haven't stuck with one type yet as I'm easily lured by the vast variety!