Mask Review | My Beauty Diary Strawberry Yogurt Mask: Oil Control Balancing

Sunday 2 July 2017
Last month, I joined a beauty gift exchange among beauty community members on Instagram and I got bunch of skincare products along with several sheet masks. I haven't been using lots of sheet masks throughout my skincare journey thinking that they're expensive for a single-use product. However, getting to know other Asian Beauty enthusiasts in the community has totally changed my opinion on that and seeing how injecting a certain amount of hydrating ingredient like Hyaluronic Acid contained in the sheet masks into your routine can totally give a boost on skin moisture level, I have to say that I freaking love sheet masks for that!

Although, I've only been using Korean sheet masks exclusively; mostly from THE FACE SHOP and Innisfree, I never tried other brands nor from other countries. I asked the #sheetmasksupreme as I called her, must-try brands from Taiwan are Naruko and another is My Beauty Diary so this is definitely the first one that I've tried.


  • The natural strawberry extract in this mask is rich in fruit acids, minerals, and enzymes that brighten and soften the skin for a more youthful look.
  • Combined with the active lactic acid ingredients from yogurt.
  • The formula balances sebum production to shrink the appearance of pores and reduce the size and redness of blemishes.
  • Contains arbutin, a popular whitening ingredient that resists melanin and breaks it down beneath the skin for a brighter, more pearlescent complexion.

To Use: After thorough cleansing and toning, apply mask to face and leave for 20-30 minutes. After removal, gently massage the excess essence into skin.

For a cooling effect, place your sheet mask in the fridge for 10 minutes and apply as usual


Water, glycerin, propylene glycol, butylene glycol, phenoxyethanol, chlorphenesin, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, triethanol amine, strawberry fruit extract, fragrance, polysorbate 20, yogurt extract, sodium hyaluronate, xanthan gum, citric acid, enantia chlorantha bark extract, rice protein, dipotassium glycyrrhizate, acer saccharum extract, arctostaphylos uva ursi leaf extract, orange, citrus medica limonum peel extract, codium tomentosum extract, soy protein, laminaria digitata extract, lecithine, mallow extract, polysorbate 80, saccharum officinarum extract, vaccinium myrtillius fruit extract, carbomer, peg-15 hydroxystearate, iodopropynyl butylcarbamate, polyglutamic acid, sodium hydroxide, sodium lactate, sodium pca, glycosphingolipids, tocopheryl acetate.

My Impression:

I like it when there's plastic sheet that makes it easy to fold out the sheet and place it on my facial area. As you can see, the sheet is quite thin compared to regular Korean sheet masks. 

The essence is watery and it's better to lie down as it soothes and hydrates the skin. The scent isn't strong unlike those regular masks from Innisfree which is good. 

Overall, I do like this sheet mask and planning to purchase it in the near future. On Hermo Malaysia, this sheet mask isn't available anymore as this is actually a 2016 release and the new Natural Key series that consists of 10 variants doesn't feature this variant for oil-control function so I guess it's discontinued? Still, I'm really glad I discovered this brand and surely you guys will  be seeing more from it on my Instagram. 

I guess that's all and I'll see you guys on my next post! Annyeong~

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