Clinical Benefits

Before & After

From left to right, before, during, and after. Photos provided by and credited to Michelle P.

A huge thank you to Michelle, who let us use her photos for our website. We can see that before the sheet mask, Michelle has redness around her nose and cheeks. After using Orgaid's sheet mask, it is visible that the redness on her skin has decreased significantly. In addition, her skin looks more even, softer, lifted, tighter, and more moisturized. Michelle has a healthy glow after applying the sheet mask. Regular application of Orgaid's Anti-Aging/Moisturizing sheet mask would yield more visible and significant benefits.

A brief disclaimer that we have not retouched the photos, but used the original copy provided by Michelle P.

 

From left to right, before and after. Photos provided by and credited to Lauren K.

A big thank you to Lauren, who let us use her photos for our website. It is visible that before the sheet mask (left), Michelle has uneven skin tone as well as a few red spots on her skin. After using Orgaid's sheet mask (right), it is visible that the red spots on her skin has decreased a lot and looks calmer. Furthermore, after using Orgaid's sheet mask, her skin seems more even, softer, tighter, brighter and more hydrated. Lauren appears to have a healthy glow after applying the sheet mask. Regular application of Orgaid's Anti-Aging/Moisturizing sheet mask would yield more visible and significant benefits.

A brief disclaimer that we have not retouched the photos, but used the original copy provided by Lauren K.

 

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. 

 

We 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.

More clinical results will be reported soon.