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Review: Etude House Help My Finger Part 2

14. November 2014

Yesterday, I introduced to you the Etude House Help My Finger Quick Drop Dry and today I’ll show you the second review from Etude House’s nail care line, the Etude House Help My Finger Nail Finger Pack. This is similar like a sheet mask, only it is designed for pampering your poor old nails and letting them recover from nail polish sessions :)

Etude House Help My Finger Part

First of all, some words about Etude House: Etude House is one of the best known Korean brands for cute packaging. If you are a lover of cute, girly and pink packaging, reminding you of being a child and the princess you always dreamt to be, THIS is your brand. Their packaging is usually so adoreable that you cannot keep yourself from impuls-buys – only because you saw the packaging…Also here, the packaging design looks lovely, displaying a nail with a happy face probably relaxing while being pampered. Scalloped pink borders all around the cardboard box frame this to an even more cute packaging. :)

Etude House Help My Finger Part

The  nail packs come in a sachet divided into two parts, one containing the finger packs for the left hand, the other for the right hand. You can tear the packaging open easily by using the indicated arrows. The backside of the sachet contains detailled product descriptions in Korean and in English. You can find the ingredients listed >>here<<. Mostly, the ingredients are safe and green flagged according to COSDNA. There are some plant and fruit extracts for nourishment of the nails and also Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, which has whitening properties.

Etude House Help My Finger Part

Below you’ll see the application on my hand. The first image shows my hand before I used the Etude House Help My Finger Nail Finger Pack. I just removed nail polish and my hand feels a bit dried up. In the second image you’ll see the tip of my fingers coated by the packs. It is like sheet mask socks on each of my fingers. These caps are covering half of my finger, so people with long fingers will also be able to use it. Also, as you can see, there is also space left in each cap for those with bigger hands (any male reader amongst us?!). In the last image you see my fingers after removing the caps (after around 15 minutes).

Etude House Help My Finger Part

As you can see, the tips are soaked nicely with essence. The essence is a milky type and smells of fruity yoghurt, which I like personally. Also, the sachets contain a lot of excess essence, you can use it on other days, like a hand cream…if you press on the opened sachet parts it will stick together tightly and be even usable after some weeks (that’s what I discovered at least while tidying up my room ^_^’). The finger packs have a rough and a smooth side. The smooth side is for pampering you nail, the rough side for the other side of you finger. I didn’t know what function it has, except of trying to make your life easier in these 15 minutes while using you hands.

Etude House Help My Finger Part

It takes a couple of seconds for the moisture to fully absorb, but your skin feels super soft afterwards. I must say it has a tiny sticky feeling to it though, but if you use it before going to bad it will hardly disturb you. It was a bit tricky to separate the single caps from each other when I took them out of the sachet. Especially the second hand is difficult, if you already hooded your other hand before. But nevertheless it was a nice experience and my nails were happy about the pampering time. Next I would love to try a full hand mask :) I received mine from  KollectionK for 1.69US$. I think the price is very reasonable.


Just as a short reminder: All products mentioned and reviewed on this blog are of my personal opinions. This product here was sent to me for reviewing purpose by which doesn’t influence me in providing my honest opinion on the products.

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  • Fifi 15. November 2014 at 13:03

    Omgg I never knew Etude House sold such a cute product! What a great way to pamper the fingers! My nails always look dry and gross after wearing nail polish for a long time, so this sounds like such a good product :)

    • Frl. Schnee 17. November 2014 at 0:04

      Yes, it was the first time to try a mask for my nails and it was really a fun thing to try. I’m curious to try more of these types of masks :) Thanks for commenting :)

  • Sakuranko 15. November 2014 at 22:23

    Oh very cute product I can see the difference~

    • Frl. Schnee 17. November 2014 at 0:05

      It was really fun to try. I hope I can try out other hand masks soon :) Thanks for commenting :)

  • Sooyoona 16. November 2014 at 11:51

    Solche habe ich kürzlich von Skinfood gesehen und will mir erst einmal diese bestellen. Finde die Idee von solchen Fingermasken aber total cool :)

    • Frl. Schnee 17. November 2014 at 0:06

      Ich finde die Idee auch sehr witzig, Ich glaube nächstes mal lasse ich sie einfach über nacht an, da macht man eh nichts mit den Händen :D ich war in den 15 Minuten so ungeduldig, dass meine ganze Tastatur voll mit der Essenz war :D

  • Chie 17. November 2014 at 2:59

    nice review, hun! will definitely be checking these finger masks out!

    Chie | The Brown Eyed Fox

  • Julia 18. November 2014 at 0:56

    Oh, ich wusste gar nicht, dass es sowas gibt, finde die Idee aber echt cool! Vielleicht bestelle ich mir das tatsächlich mal :)