I am incredibly "meh" about this product. I've gotten it a few times as minis in sets from Sephora and even bought the mini jar once, but it's definitely not worth the price and I don't think I'll go out of my way to acquire it again. For reference, I have dry/dehydrated skin with dryness/flakiness around my forehead, hormonal acne and scarring on my chin, and large sebaceous filaments around my nose.
This is not a bad product, per se. It doesn't break me out or burn my skin, and I notice very slight soothing/hydrating effects. However, I can get the same exact results with a cheap rosewater spray and hyaluronic acid serum or a good moisturizer. I use this product as a "pamper" step in an at-home facial, after all of my exfoliants and serums as a final "cool down" before putting on my final moisturizer. It works well in that role because it does a good job of soothing any redness I may have, but that's such an occasional use it's not really worth buying a whole separate product for. I've also used it as an overnight mask and saw less effect than if I had used a regular moisturizer. It honestly reminds me of a more expensive version of the Peter Thomas Roth Rose or Cucumber gel masks (similar price but about 60% more product).
The main concern with this is the scent. I am not sensitive to scents and my skin doesn't freak out if there is fragrance in a product, but the rose scent of this is STRONG. If you don't like scented skincare, stay far, far away. The fact this is supposed to be "soothing" but has a ton of fragrance leaves me scratching my head a bit. Also, I cannot stand the tub packaging. This mask looks lees than appetizing as it is (a brown/orange gel with rose petal pieces scattered throughout), the thought of repeatedly dipping my finger into this is grossing me out just thinking about it.
Overall, an average mask with a crazy price tag that is effectively a "fancier" version of a soothing aloe gel. If you get this as a gift or in a set, try it out, but otherwise don't waste your money.