Sleeping mask: Elizavecca Green Piggy Collagen Jella Pack

This is my second sleeping mask that I tried out.  I wrote a post about sleeping masks and how they are different from night creams (please, read the following post Overnight sleeping mask or Night cream).  Although I read a lot that people use sleeping masks almost every nigh, it is not advisable as sleeping mask was designed to be used 1 to 2 times a week (in case of very dry and dehydrated skin it is acceptable to use mask 3 times a week).

In this post I am going to review a wonderful sleeping mask with a very cute name.

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Elizavecca Green Piggy Collagen Jella pack sleeping mask

Elizavecca Green Piggy Collagen Jella Pack 

Elizavecca’s Green Piggy Collagen Jella Pack contains 50, 000 of collagen peptide, adenosine, bean fermentation extract, macadamia seed oil, hyaluronic acid and cacao extract and promises to increase skin collagen as well as substantially nourish skin and lock in moisture.  Adenosine has anti-wrinkle benefits due to its ability to energize outer layer of the skin thus promoting smoother and younger appearance.

Elizavecca Green Piggy Collagen Jella pack sleeping mask

Mask comes in 100 mg container, small spatula provided to scoop small amount of mask out of the container.  This way you do not need to use your fingers.

Elizavecca Green Piggy Collagen Jella pack sleeping mask

Mask has jelly-like consistency which is quite firm, mask is not runny.  To be honest I was a bit freaked out with “piggy collagen” and jell like consistency and was hesitant to try this mask at first.  I was afraid it would have some weird animal-like smell.  Well, let me tell you – not at all.  Mask smells amazing.  It has very light pleasant fruity scent and overall smells very nice and fresh.

You do not need too much of the mask to cover your face and neck; only tip of the spatula needed (literally a pea size amount).  Mask melts nicely into skin, it is rich but not sticky and oily at all.

Elizavecca Green Piggy Collagen Jella pack sleeping mask

How to use:

  • Wash face following your usual cleaning routine
  • Apply toner
  • Apply serum (or any other essence) – this is optional
  • Apply mask to face and neck.  Leave overnight, wash off in the morning.


Deep wrinkles remain where they were the night before (and I am not sure it is ever possible to erase wrinkles with masks only), but I do notice that fine lines fade and become smoother.  My skin is glowing in the morning, it looks fresh, nourished, rested, hydrated.  I do recommend this mask to become a part of regular skin care routine.

Stay beautiful.

Leave us a comment if you tried this mask or recommend any other sleeping mask of your liking.

Overnight Sleeping Mask Elizavecca Green Piggy Collagen Jella pack moisturizes, nourishes, and rejuvenate the skin giving it a healthy glowing look.


Read my extensive post   What Are Face Masks, Types, Benefits And Which One Is The Best For You

2 thoughts on “Sleeping mask: Elizavecca Green Piggy Collagen Jella Pack

  1. I just used this mask for the 1st time tonight..
    I was shocked by the tone!lol
    Then,how quickly it absorbs into the skin.I have been using Korean skin care for a few months and adjusting my products.I like that you really only need a dab.Also,that the spatula locks into the inner cover(plastic replaceable seal).A great price and I just texted my bff that at 45 I feel like I have princess skin..I can not wait to see how this product works on my skin(especially under NYS quarantine guidelines..been inside more.)
    Everyone be safe.
    Question:Should I put a dermal flask mask over this?I am new and trying to get my steps right.Thank you and be safe.

    1. Hi, Lisha. I am so glad you liked the mask. To answer your question: no, you do not put sheet mask over night packs. Flask mask usually go after a toner in a place of an essence (if you are using them as a part of a skin care routine). Then, when you remove a mask, you would apply moisturizer/cream/overnight mask. I would suggest for you to read this section: I outlined steps there with links to more in-depth posts. Ask questions any time!!!

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