[Mask Mondays] – Patch Fetch Breast Up Hydrogel Patch

Masks don’t just have to be for the face, they can be for all over the body It’s not just your face skin which needs some loving after all. So this week on Mask Monday’s I’m going to be reviewing a Breast Hydrogel!

I got this hydrogel free in an online order, and completely forgot about it until recently when I was sorting through my stash of masks. I’ll be honest I don’t often treat “the ladies”, they sometimes get the last few minutes of a sheetmask or when I remember to use body lotion they’ll get some hydration. So the idea of a mask for them alone tickled me pink.

Now I’ll be upfront and say that I don’t believe any mask can “lift” up breasts and so I already went into this experience a bit skeptical.
Also you won’t be seeing any images of the mask on the boobs, I’ve used my knee as a boobstitute instead for those who want the visual.

Read previous Mask Monday’s reviews here.

Read why Sheetmasks are great here.

Patch Fest Breast Up Hydrogel Patch Review


Water, Glycerin, Polyacrylic Acid, Palmitoyl Isoleucine, Sodium Hydroxide, Anemarrhena Asphodeloides Root Extract, Agar, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Sodium Polyacrylate, Aluminum Glycinate, Phenoxyethanol,Methylparaben, Butylene Glycol, Disodium EDTA, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Snail Secretion Filtrate, Red Ginseng Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Sodium Hyaluronate, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Morus Alba Bark Extract, Houttuynia Codata Extract, Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract, Adenosine, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavendar) Oil, Titanium Dioxide, Fragrance

Directions of Use

These were the directions provided:

1. After shower , massage your breast for 10 ~20 minutes to get a better result.
2. Remove the film from the patch and apply this patch onto your breast(split area facing downward)
3. Remove the patch after 3~4 hours.(more than 3~4 hours is okay, even sleeping is okay) (Your breast might pain during this stage. however do not worry as this is a normal reaction when the active components permeate into your skin.

Okay three things here. First I did not massage my breasts for 10-20 minutes, I do not have the patience for that! Those with willing SO’s this would be a great way to get them interested in your skincare routine 😉
Second 3-4 hours is such a long time to be wearing a mask of any sort. I watched a movie and did some online shopping while wearing these. I wouldn’t recommend wearing while you’re asleep, who wants to wake up to take off boob masks?!
Third “Your breast might pain”, bad english aside this is not good. If your breasts do start hurting please take the mask off. Tingling is okay, pain is not.


These reminded me of strapless and backless bars, minus the nipple hole. These were very sticky and though I thought I might need to wear my bra I didn’t. It was also only sticky on one side so I could wear a t-shirt on top without worrying that it would stick. I’m the British average in terms of cup size, and it only covered about half my breast. Further research indicated that these are 11cm in size, so that’s something for my bigger lady readers. But they weren’t uncomfortable to wear at all.

Effect & Review

Well this didn’t fail to live up to my expectations in that there was no lifting effect. They did feel softer though, and slightly more hydrated? I add a question mark because I’m not in the habit of feeling myself up. Though I do know I should be in case of breast cancer. So one benefit, and in my opinion the only one, of this mask is that I’ve finally thoroughly self-examined myself! If you want to there’s this great 5 step guide that I followed: “Five Steps of Self-Exam”.
Would I buy this mask? Nope, I don’t think it’s worth the effort of massaging and waiting 2-3 hours for potentially softer boobs. The advertising suggested to wear this daily for 4 weeks for the full effects. I laughed when I read that. People please save your money and don’t do this. Use the money you saved for a full body wrap, those are heaven. had one recently and felt like a warm burrito. It was excellent and my whole body felt soft and luxurious afterwards.

Where to Buy

Tester Korea – $4.34

Amazon – $36.86 for 6

Korea Depart – $8.34



  1. Hahaha! Imagine if you wore this to class or work? LOL!

  2. I’ve never thought of a mask for breasts before! Certainly an interesting concept, although I agree I don’t think it’d be something I’d notice if my boobs were softer or not! Great tip about the self exam though, so important… Love the blog, please keep posting! <3

  3. This will sound daft – but how can your boobs feel hydrated haha? Sorry it made me laugh! Anyway, I reckon this would be quite good to try. I never treat my boobs – I don’t even moisturise them that often! Do you have any sheet face masks that you could recommend? I am trying to find some that are good for my dry skin!

    Jenny | http://www.jacandthebox.co.uk

  4. Just do add to the breast exam: my gyno told me that you should do your exam one week after the start of your period. Glad to know this was a bust! there’s no way I could keep something like that on for 2-3 hours!

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  6. It sounds like an interesting concept. But really, who has time to do that?
    To add to the comment, my doctor said to exam the breast during the second week on your cycle.

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