Orgaid’s sheet mask is developed for those who are looking for a safe and healthy skincare product that is convenient to use. We use organic ingredients that are safe, and do not include any chemical preservatives.
ORGAID proudly use “Ecoderma” fabric made with advanced technology. Even though the serum may be of great quality, the sheet also needs to be of similar quality in order for the serum to be effectively delivered into the deeper part of your skin.
- The newest generation of fabric for sheet masks developed with advanced technology
- A combination of positive attributes from non-woven fabric and natural hydrogel
- Adheres to the face very well, thus making it easy to move around
- Absorbs serum deeper into skin
- Safe and comfortable on skin
HOW DOES SHEET MASK WORK?
This schematic image explains how sheet masks work for skin. The key techniques for maximizing the effect is combining the fabric and serum. Our ‘Ecoderma’ fabric prevents fast evaporation of serum for ingredients to penetrate deeper while keeping breathable and strongly adhering on skin. The physical and chemical properties of serum such as viscosity and average molecular weights of ingredients are important. Our serums have been developed not only with organic ingredients but also optimized with unique recipe for the best effect.
ORGAID compared the effects of sheet mask to just topical application of serum. The experiment resulted that Ecoderma sheet delivers the serum much more effectively deeper into skin. To avoid testing on animals, we used an agar hydrogel (5mm thick), which is of similar structure to skin. Serum was prepared in the same way as Orgaid’s Anti-aging and Moisturizing Organic Sheet Mask. After fully mixing the serum with fluorescent dye (1/1000 ratio), one hydrogel was covered with an Ecoderma sheet soaked with the serum (left image) and another hydrogel was topically rubbed with the serum only (right image). After 20 minutes, samples were cut in half, and the cross sections of samples were imaged with a fluorescent microscope. Blue color in this figure indicates the serum penetrated into hydrogel. Ecoderma sample had a much bigger and wider intensity of fluorescence compared to the control. With the result, we can easily tell the difference of serum penetration between two samples. This experiment was performed in University of Illinois.
No parabens, No formaldehyde, No alcohols, No phthalates, No sulfates, No fragrance, No animal testing, No Gluten, No Animal testing