Dear Packer Green Tea + Jasmine Flower Home Remedy Mask Review

by Sreeparna Ganguly
3 minutes read

What is it? Dear Packer Green Tea + Jasmine Flower Home Remedy Mask calms the skin with Green Tea and Jasmine Flower. The soothing properties of Jasmine reduce the visible redness due to sun exposure while Green Tea neutralizes sun damage due to harmful UV rays and improves the overall appearance of the complexion.

Dear Packer Green Tea + Jasmine Flower Home Remedy Mask

Price- Rs.100 for 20gm(1 Sheet)

My Experience with Dear Packer Green Tea + Jasmine Flower Home Remedy Mask


This sheet mask comes in a light green matte plastic packaging. The product is for one-time use so resealing is not possible once you cut the packet. The packaging is very secure and there is no chance of leakage. The sleek pack can be stored anywhere in your traveling vanity. The label graphics are also very eye-catching.

Colour & Texture-

Inside the outer packaging there is one white colored folded mask sheet drenched in some liquid serum. The serum is completely transparent and colorless. Its texture is very light yet moisturizing.


Though this mask has Jasmine and Green Tea as main ingredients, the fragrance is soothing with just a whiff of jasmine in it. I am actually relieved that it does not smell like tea. I didn’t find the tea smell to be that nice. Coming to the fragrance of this one, the smell is not very long staying. It stays just for 30 minutes once you remove the mask.


I have the annoying problem of sun-sensitivity. Even a few minutes in the harsh sun is able to give me burning sensations with redness. Though I do not have to expose my skin often but during the festivities, I went for a daytime pandal hopping. I used this mask immediately after coming back to see if it actually works or not. This mask gives a nice cooling sensation as the serum evaporates and that cool feeling overpowers my burning sensations. The redness subsides to some extent but there was certainly no long-lasting change in my overall complexions. Thought the temporary plumpness and pore-blurring effect was there. My skin felt moisturized and soothed. It did not irritate my existing acne or cause any new ones.

Dear Packer Green Tea + Jasmine Flower Home Remedy Mask 2

  1. Soothes sun-burnt skin
  2. Reduces the redness of my sun-sensitivity to some extent
  3. Boosts up the moisturization level of the skin
  4. Does not cause new breakouts or irritated the existing ones
  5. Nice calming fragrance
  1. Other than providing plum looking skin temporarily there was no change in overall complexion
Would I Repurchase or Recommend?

Dear Packer Green Tea + Jasmine Flower Home Remedy Mask has helped me to calm down my sun-sensitivity problem to some extent so I will repurchase it in spite of no permanent effects on the skin. Someone who is looking for some soothing mask for irritated or sunburnt skin will find this mask nice. To get the best of this mask use it chilled.


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Meghal November 3, 2017 - 2:17 PM

I would like to buy if it helps calming sun burn

Sreeparna Ganguly November 3, 2017 - 6:59 PM

It helped to cool down my burning and itchy after-sun feeling. It might help you. Use chilled the effects will be better.

Smriti November 3, 2017 - 5:49 PM

Wow..Nice product…Nice review..

Sreeparna Ganguly November 3, 2017 - 6:59 PM

Thank you Smriti 🙂

Deepsikha November 4, 2017 - 9:15 AM

Soorhes sun burnt skin!
Then this one is something I need!
Thanks for this wonderful review Sreeparna! :love

Sreeparna Ganguly November 4, 2017 - 10:37 AM

Glad you liked the review 🙂
It does soothe the skin but the redness subsides only partly..

anushree May 15, 2018 - 9:49 PM

Where is the expiration date on the mask given?

Sreeparna Ganguly May 16, 2018 - 12:32 PM

The mask has a sticker glued in the back showing import date. This sticker also mentions the expiry date…