This is a follow-up post from the previous review on Dr.Jart+ CRYO RUBBER™, I will be reviewing another version which is with Firming Collagen.

✵✵ Product ✵✵

For those that are unfamiliar with such mask, it’s using cryotherapy technology, thus the name derivation of the mask name. And cryotherapy technology is a treatment that lowers the skin’s temperature to increase blood flow and absorption of powerful active ingredients. To understand more on Cryo Treatment, I’ve covered this in my review of Cryotherapy Wand from Estée Lauder

Similar to the Brightening Mask, the texture of the highly concentrated ampoule is a white gel-like serum and there is no significant scent to it. While the color is pale pink and the texture of the mask is an exact resemblance of a slice of cheese only it’s firmer.

How do I reap the full benefit of the mask is by making sure my skin is properly prep for the masking session. It’s also recommended by Dr.Jart+ in such a way but I’ve customized and integrated it into my routine. Before using, I’ve chilled both ampoule and mask in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. I leave the mask for 40 minutes and then using the Dr.Jart+ Liftra Tools to massage my face, neck, and decollete area while watching Netflix.

✵✵ Notable Ingredients ✵✵

The ampoule contains Collagen 0.1% which able to even out fine lines and wrinkles. The rubber mask is made of naturally-derived algae and Kaolin Clay. This clay is well known for its absorbent properties that can absorb excess oil and sebum which can help to reduce shine. It can also draw out oil, dirt, and other impurities from the pores. It also contains Carob Fruit extract which stimulates the skin’s natural collagen production and boosts firmness.

✵✵ Result ✵✵

After the masking the only thing I can feel is the cryotherapy treatment where skin’s temperature is lowered tremendously, skin felt soothed and calmed. However, I don’t see fine lines and wrinkles are being even out or there’s any improvement at all, so I’m quite disappointed with this series. Mainly I believe is due to wrinkles is something that you can’t see the immediate result just by using a product overnight and expect instant result.

✵✵ Overall Rating ✵✵

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Thus I will suggest skipping this version instead, as for me it didn’t make any difference at all and for such pricing I would even prefer to top-up to invest in a good anti-aging serum or essence such as Bichup Self-Generating Anti-Aging Essence if you would like to see the result in reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

So for me, I won’t be re-purchasing this in the future again. You may try this out as if it doesn’t work for me doesn’t mean that it won’t work for you.

*I’m an Asian guy with an oily combination skin condition in my early 30s and living a tropical climate with hot and humid weather.
**Reviews are based on my own experience usage, research online and knowledge shared between beauty advisors.

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