@bettertomorrow1205 using 1 mask. As a building contractor based in Los Angeles, I am probably exposed to some of the worst possible elements that could damage one's skin. The scorching California sun, combined with concrete dust, saw dust not to mention the various kinds of building material chemicals that are unavoidable in my profession. All meticuloulsy coated over the skin layer of sun block, possibly my only futile attempt to care for my skin. The first time I tried hanacure was right after such work day where I had combination of old paint dust sweat and high spf sunblock. I think i read another user mention they felt as though their face was being sucked off. Possibly exaggerated but there is not a hint of exagerration when I tell you, as the thin layer of mask brushed over my face dried out, it felt as though the decades of accumulated toxins deep within my pores were being sucked out against their will. As this was happening I stopped and started to worry something of this strength must be hard to wash off. The second biggest shocker after the sucking power of this product was the washing off. As soon as the lukewarm water made contact with the dried mask, it was easily washed off to reveal a smoother more evenly toned texture. I know this sounds strange, but my face even feels smaller and I look more alive.