Green tea face mask stick

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Product – Green Tea Face Mask Stick

Where to purchase – The face mask stick is available on Amazon

 I have seen it all over Tiktok, but the videos’ results don’t seem legit. It almost looks like they stuck chia seeds on their face to make it seem like the blackhead was extracted using the stick. If those results are real, cool. But I wanted to test it for myself and see what was really about to happen.

What is the Green Tea Face Mask Stick?

A face mask that is in a form of a stick. 

Key Features and Claims of the Face Mask Stick

  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Blackhead remover
  • Deep pore cleansing
  • Moisturizing
  • Oil control
  • Skin brightening
  • Green tea extract can clean the face deeply, control the oil and nourish the skin, improving skin condition
  • Contains green tea extracts and natural plant essence to penetrate deep layers of skin. These active ingredients balance your skin’s oil secretion, and surface impurities, and illuminate your natural skin!
  • Easy to apply


The mask stick comes in a simple green box sealed in clear wrap. The name of the product, the brand, what it is, and a very brief synopsis of what it does. An important note about testing the product is on the right side of the box. On the left side of the box are instructions on how to use it. On the back of the box, there is a list of ingredients.

Upon opening the box, there is a small green container with writing on the front, only again saying the product’s name, brand, and a brief synopsis of what it does.

Upon removing the lid from the container, I found it looks similar to a deodorant stick but green and with a little more moisture than deodorant. There is a piece at the bottom of the container that you can turn clockwise or counterclockwise for product use or storage. Again, similar to deodorant. 

How to Use the Green Tea Stick Mask

  • Spin it out of the container, similar to what you would do with stick deodorant.
  • Apply it to the face evenly
  • Leave it on for 10 minutes to dry
  • Rinse with water after it drys
  • Skin types
    • Oily skin: Recommended use interval is 2-3 times a week.
    • Dry skin: Recommended use interval is 1-2 times a week.
    • Mixed skin: It is recommended to use 2-3 times a week for
    • the T zone ad 1-2 times a week for the U zone.
Green tea face mask stick


Per instructions, I tested the product behind my ear for about 10 minutes. No reaction.

I applied the mask stick on my face being sure to avoid the eyes and on my lips per the box note section. The stick mask feels cool and tingly when applying it. The smell was fresh, like a cross between mint and eucalyptus.

I lost track of time and left the mask on for 20 minutes instead of the recommended 10-15min. Luckily, it did not burn. I checked my face in the mirror and BIG shock! No blackheads were expelled from the skin, as shown in the video. I know for a fact I have blackheads at the bridge of my nose, so it should have at least had black spots there, right? I can’t really say that I am shocked that it didn’t work. As the saying goes, If it is too good to be true, it usually is.

I washed my face in cool water and dried it. Not impressed. I felt like I used bar soap to wash my face.


  • Easy to Use
  • Smelled refreshing


  • It did not work as advertised in many videos across social media

Final Thoughts

I tried the Green Tea Face Mask Stick and honestly, it did not live up to the hype. I will be sticking to my tried and true face mask which is the Aztec Indian Healing clay mask. Yes, there may be more steps in preparation and usage, but it works well.

-Peace Out

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