I personally really liked this mask. The main products in this mask are: sugar, honey, rosehip oil, and pumpkin extract, but it also seems to have a lot of other plant-based ingredients in the mask as well, such as kelp extract. Because the mask has such an orange tint to it, I think that it is likely to be very high in vitamin C and high in antioxidants, which very good for skincare. In fact, pumpkin is high in beta-carotene an antioxidant, as well as vitamin C. Honey is also high in antioxidants and has antibacterial properties, and also moisturizes and helps your skin to glow. Rosehip oil is again high in antioxidants and helps with skin discoloration and pigmentation. The sugar in the mask serves as a light exfoliant and doesn’t seem to be as granular as regular sugar; granularity can cause microtears in the skin I have read. The only thing about this product is that it is really sticky, so it might be best to pull your hair back before using it. The total cost is $42.00 for 3.2oz, but because of its high antioxidant content I feel like it is worth the money. But you could also try to make a similar product at home since the main ingredients are so readily available.