INNER KALIA Korean GREEN TEA Modeling Rubber Mask | What The ***K??

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Welcome to What the ***K! Testing out Korean beauty products is a LOT of fun, so I figured we could do it together! Today I’m testing the INNER KALIA Korean Green Tea Modeling Rubber Mask (! We’ll talk about value, ingredients, and test it out to see the pros and cons!

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Product Details – 0:41
Ingredient Analysis – 1:19
Product Demo – 3:24
Final Thoughts – 7:08

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  1. MommaShawna
    MommaShawna 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    When I was researching clay masks they said you should not ever let a clay mask dry down completely because it will dry your face out too much which in turn would make your skin produce more oil.

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  2. brionna 907
    brionna 907 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Hi Jen! I use these kinds of masks quite frequently. They are supposed to be VERY thick, think almost liquid rubber, verging on playdoh. When it's dry you peel it off and then you can rinse off any remaining residue if needed. Don't use a metal tool to mix, some masks may have ingredients that react badly to the metal. I keep a box of plastic knives under my sink just for this purpose, which you can then use kind of like a spatula to apply it. Hope that help!

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  3. Diane Fowler
    Diane Fowler 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Well, after the mask your skin did glow, it was less red, and looked as tho it were soothed. I would assume to wash it off with water & a cloth, as you did. : )

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  4. Rebecca Lozen
    Rebecca Lozen 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Form what I can see from pictures, there is a lot of Korean written on the package. Maybe you can ask someone who speak Korean to translate it. Maybe the ingredients are written in Korean. I'm note sure. I did enjoy your video and will be ordering these masks to try out myself because of your review. Thanks!

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  5. nancy veranth
    nancy veranth 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Maybe a hammer and chisel??

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  6. meghan mondschein
    meghan mondschein 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I love the bubble mask!!!

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  7. Maya Rose
    Maya Rose 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I think you needed to add a little less water. Those type of masks should be extremely thickly applied. They don't get all crusty if you do that. They actually set into an almost jello-like consistency. They are my favorite type of masks. I actually apply them over my lips, too. I usually do an application that is almost a half inch thick. I really recommend trying one of the other ones and adding less water. Also, application will definitely be easier with a spatula or a butter knife. I love your channel and thank you so much for making all these awesome videos!! 🙂

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  8. Allison
    Allison 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I use a warm, damp washcloth to remove clay masks!

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  9. Stevie's Girl
    Stevie's Girl 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Wonder if you can store the excess in the fridge for next time?

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  10. Lost Guardian
    Lost Guardian 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Love your personality, keep up the good work! 🙂

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  11. Stephanie Clayton
    Stephanie Clayton 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I take clay masks off with a wet washcloth. I might have to invest in these cause it seems like a lot of bang for your buck.
    Oooh I'm excited for next week! I've been wanting that one for a while now and hoping my sister gets it for me for my Birthday in July. If not I'm just going to cave in and get it myself.

    I have 2 K products I love that I'd love to hear YOUR thoughts on. First is the Lemon Sparkling Peeling Gel from Secret Key. I can't live without it in my skincare routine now! The 2nd is The Strawberry Bubble Tea Sleeping pack from Etude house. It gives the skin a lot of moisture! If you need links, I'd be happy to provide them.

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  12. stardustgirl
    stardustgirl 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I've only ever used a clay mask from Lancome (comes in a tube, no mixing) but when I remove it I take a warm wet washcloth and let it rest on my face for about half a minute, then wipe what I can, rinse the cloth and wipe whatever's left (repeating until it's gone). That's how someone did it when I got a facial so I just went with it, lol.

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  13. goonyberry1
    goonyberry1 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Lol please stop scaring the kids!

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  14. goonyberry1
    goonyberry1 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Lol glad you kept some of those flat foundation brushes, right?

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  15. Emily R
    Emily R 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I think the instructions for mixing it were talking about a ratio of powder : water — so for the cup of water, you'd measure in 1.25 cups of powder (1:0.8 ratio where the 0.8 side is one cup). Or possibly .8 cups of powder if it's a water : powder ratio. It's not clear what direction the ratio goes, but I suspect it's powder : water given the order of the wording. From that, you could pretty easily mix up only a couple of tablespoons worth of powder at a time and really extend the number of uses you get.

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  16. Els B
    Els B 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    This looks cool but the no ingredient list is so sketchy 😖

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  17. shidirl
    shidirl 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I'm not a slap on kinda person lol I'll stick to sheet masks. You trying to talk with the mask on sorry I'm dying over here 😂😂😂

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  18. Kelly Wolfe
    Kelly Wolfe 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I'm 27 lol I love masks I love green tea I do DIYs with organic green tea

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  19. TotallyTikaa
    TotallyTikaa 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I tried to use your link and it didn't work. Looks like fun.

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  20. Stephzilla
    Stephzilla 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I want pancakes now 🙂

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  21. Kat Miller
    Kat Miller 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    After looking at it on Amazon, along with the similar products they always list, I think this is supposed to be a modelage mask. The ANSKIN (which shows up in the "frequently bought together" section) looks like a very similar product, and does have ingredients, one of which is Calcium Sulfate, or gypsum – the key ingredient in modelage masks. Modelage masks are often used to drive serums deeper into the skin (kind of like sheet masks are in Korean multi-step routines), and if formulated properly, are self heating to increase absorption and circulation- you know it's done when it cools back down (dry down isn't necessarily the goal). They're more standard for facialists than home users, because they're much easier to apply on someone else who's laying down, especially since they're supposed to be 1/4in thick (that's why it seemed like there was way too much product for a single use!)

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  22. Shannon Womack
    Shannon Womack 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Omg I laughed so hard at this. I love these videos. You are so fantastic!!!

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  23. Lynda Colvin
    Lynda Colvin 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Wow, it actually appeared like it made your skin look more smooth and healthy. I have used clay masks from 7th Heaven and I just rinse them off (or scrub them off.) My skin has not looked as good as yours after using a clay mask though.

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  24. rhonda blackburn
    rhonda blackburn 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    We have the same identical makeup look today !! Very nice ! 👀👩🏻lol Happy Memorial Day!

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  25. BeingPlainJane
    BeingPlainJane 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Nooo, I missed it live 😭

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  26. stephanie m
    stephanie m 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I haven't gotten all that far but it looks like you're putting pancake mix on your face 😂😂

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  27. Martika
    Martika 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    PLEASE do a comparison test of the TONY MOLY Vs ELYSAVECCA pig collagen masks

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  28. lily Barr
    lily Barr 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    Great video.
    I like the mask.

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  29. Cheyenne Willingham
    Cheyenne Willingham 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    You made me laugh so hard when you were talking with the mask on!😂😂 thanks for another video. I'm really starting to enjoy this series! I usually only watch videos on makeup. I hope you are doing well! 💜

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  30. Kristie Weaver
    Kristie Weaver 3 June, 2017, 05:25

    I'm first…oh hell… I've never been first in anything…

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