This is the best peel-off masks I've tried--for the price. At under $3, I don't think it's fair for anyone to expect miracles of a little face-mask. This mask is fun to use; if you let it dry long enough, it peels off in big sheets, smells kind of like grape kool-aid (my cat tries to eat it off me) and lasts a long time. It gets a lot of gunk out of my pores for a fraction of what pore strips or other similar peel-off masks cost. This mask is not for dry skin though; while it doesn't dry my skin out (I have combination skin and religiously moisturize) I can see how it could be drying. This is definitely for nighttime use, though. While you can easily peel it all off, I'm never careful enough to keep it out of my hairline, and once it gets in your hair you need to wash it out. So be careful to keep your hair out of it--I also have strands of hair fall into it on my forehead (because I'm careless) and then they get stuck and break off when I go to pull them out.
I like this mask, but I am not crazy about this mask. It doesn't really have a smell, and doesn't really feel like anything (unlike the Mint julep mask (which kind of stings). I don't notice it doing much for my pores or fine lines, but my skin does feel softer after using it. It seems to be a good mask for the price, but I can't say that I actually notice it doing much for my skin.
Love it! Doesn't damage/hurt/dry out my skin, smells great, and makes my face feel so clean! My favorite facial scrub.