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Review - Nature Republic Snail Therapy Essence Mask Sheet

After cleansing your face and applying toner, leave the mask on for about 15-20minutes. Gently pat the excess serum for absorption after removing the mask.

Retail Price: ?
Amount I paid: $1.20 per sheet

Remember the post about the benefits of snail slime? I decided to try it out myself after seeing good reviews on most snail products! Here's Nature Republic Snail Therapy Essence Mask Sheet, bought it online as usual. Lol. It costs about $1.20 per sheet including shipping to SG and took about a week to reach me.

This mask contains 400mg of snail mucus, which is known to help improve skin elasticity and with skin recovery. I have lots of acne scars, hopefully this will help to heal them fast? :)

When I removed the mask from the packet, there's lots of pearly white serum. The smell of the mask isn't overpowering or unpleasant which is good; I was afraid that it will smell weird or something(won't want to apply that on my face!). Even though there's lots of serum, it didn't drip like MBD masks do and the material of this is much thinner.You can see how thin the mask is! (Ignore my eye bags)
The shape and cutting of the mask fits my face well and I left it on for about 20 minutes. It's surprisingly cooling on skin and doesn't give my sensitive skin any stinging feeling. There wasn't much difference right after using the mask and the serum left on my face took about 20-30 mins to be absorbed, leaving no sticky feeling. I went to bed afterwards and I woke up to a pleasant surprise. My face was noticeably better and appears to be smoother! I shall continue using this and hopefully my acne scars will disappear soon! :p

Straight to the point - for those who are lazy to read everything :p
[What I like about it]
✔ Fits my face shape well
✔ Doesn't drip
✔ Cooling effect
✔ Gives noticeably better skin the next day
✔ Affordable price

[What I dislike about it]
✘ Sticky serum but it's absorbed after 20-30mins

(Definitely repurchase)


  1. Hi, can you advise where I can buy it?

    1. Hi, I got them from my Korean agent, are you based in Singapore? Maybe I can help to get them for you:)

  2. Hi do you know how I can get this shipped to Malaysia? Thanks.

    1. Hi, I'm sorry I must have missed out your comment, here's the link I found, maybe you can get from here. I think they ship to Malaysia too :)
      Thanks for visiting my blog ;)

  3. Hi, it's been around more than a year since you made a review on this mask, i was wondering are your thoughts still the same about it? and whether it has improved your skin cus i have a lot of acne scaring and sensitive skin as well. So was just wondering if its worth giving it a try?

    1. Hi, I have stopped using this for quite time but I still think this is one of the best masks I've used by far. It does lighten the scars but doesn't totally clear them off and my skin isn't as sensitive as before so I think it's worth giving this a shot! :)

    2. thank you so much!! :)


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