The scent is rather similar to the Belle Du Jour range, a relaxing powdery floral, but sharper and fresher. The consistency and texture is more a paste than a cream. This mask would probably not be suitable for sensitive skins as it does sting a little, considering the fact that my skin takes well to products with AHAs.
The mask contains lotus root water, avocado oil and vitamin E to nourish, huang qin and mallow to soothe, and chestnut extract to exfoliate the epidermis.
Although it claims to sweep away dead skin cells in just 5 minutes, I do not see any significant exfoliating effect and the brightening effect is very subtle. However, if you are looking for a moisturizing mask with aromatherapeutic properties, this will do the job.