Well, after the Wildberry Milk cleanser ruined my skin's progress, I can honestly say that the Goodal travel masks helped bring it back under control. The kit comes with 4 masks.
The packaging reminds you of the ketchup containers they give you at fast food places when you order fries to-go. They are small, light, and portioned so you can get at least two mask applications from each packet. On the front of the masks, it features whatever the 'star ingredient is'.
The instructions were straightforward and foolproof. Smear it on your face. Let it sit. Rinse it off. Bam. That's it. But, each mask has a different purpose. The glacial clay mask is supposed to help with cleansing and minimizing your pores. I totally needed that after I turned into Pizzaface. The Brightening mask has vitamin C and citrus extracts to help remove dead cells and speed up cell turn-over rate. DEFINITELY needed that. The Keeping Youth coconut mask boasted thta it would supply the skin with superior moisture and elasticity. After scrubbing my face to bits, I avoided that. Anything "anti-aging" is really more of an "anti-drying" treatment, which usually clogs my pores. Instead, I opted for the Aloe, moisture mask to help repair my "tired, stressed skin".
I rotated the masks over the course of several days, using them in this order: Day 1: glacial mask, Day 2: brightening mask, and Day 3: moisturizing mask. I used them at night before bed to help maximize their effectiveness.
The glacial clay mask was very THICK and grainy. It was good to use it as both an exfoliant and a purifying mask to help clear up my skin. It was my first attack against my nasty acne flair up because scrubbed away impurities and squeeze the gunk out of my pores.
The brightening mask was number two in my line up. While my pores were still mostly clear, it acted to reduce inflammation and start to fade the lighter dark marks- and prevent new ones from forming. The removal of the dead skin cells helped keep more junk from getting into my pores.
The brightening mask has a certain level of acid in it and the glacial mask was actually physically abrasive.
Following those two heavy hitters with the moisturizing mask was like curling up on silk sheets after a hard day chopping down trees and a deep scrub down in a primitive shower. I didn't want to treat my skin with sandpaper and lemon juice without giving it time to heal in between. The aloe of the moisture mask helped to soothe my skin and protect it after I was done abusing it. It had a creamy texture and it left my skin plump and moisturized after a 30 minute application.
I was on vacation, away from my usual products and I had to work with what I had. You should probably try these out individually to see if you like them instead of using them as an aggressive emergency skin repair solution like I did. It would give you a lot more time to actually enjoy using the products yourself. The glacial mask was like a clay mask/scrub. If you need to exfoliate and you like to FEEL it happening, instead of passively doing it, this is the mask for you. If you prefer gentler methods, the brightening mask will gently dissolve dead skin and treat dark spots without feeling like you scrubbed your face with ground pumice. The moisture mask, I'll say this, it's best if you have a sunburn, really dry skin, or a recent chemical peel. Don't use it if you have greasy skin. You will regret your life. Also, I apologize for not having a review for the coconut mask. I wasn't going to touch it after my face was so wrecked.