Mask Review | Soo Beaute Whiten-Vital Ampoule

Monday 21 August 2017

When it comes to buying skincare products in personal beauty stores like Sasa Malaysia, I have to admit that I'd rather getting them at discounted prices as you know that they are sometimes ridiculously overpriced and most of the time 20 to 30% much more expensive compared to online stores like Hermo and Althea. However, if you frequently go to the store like me, they usually offer new products (as I'm obsessed with simple sheet masks lately) at the front of the store where they display these goods.

This Whiten-Vital Ampoule Mask  from Soo Beaute; a brand from South Korea and its Hydro-Vital sister were indeed one of them that I got at good introduction price.

Product Description: 

The ampoule's high concentrate of stabilized formula deeply penetrates the skin to moisturise and soothing. brings a youthful vitality to extra dry and tired skin.

Vitamin B3 brightens and evens skin tone, while strengthening the skin barrier to retain skin moisture and restore radiance. White Flower Brightening Complex, Prunus Serrulata Flower, Nelumbo Nucifera Flower and Lilium Tigrinum Extracts effectively combine to help to even skin imperfections caused by dark spots. Oat Protein Extracts acts as a great anti-oxidant to offer skin protection.

Usage time: 10 to 20 minutes

Ingredients list:

My impression:

The sheet for this mask is slightly thinner compared to regular Korean paper masks. The essence is clear transparent liquid in ampoule consistency i.e. thicker to regular essence although it's quite refreshing. After taking off, there's still some of the ampoules left on my facial area and I had to pat it down for several minutes before the ampoules was absorbed fully into my skin. It's pretty much a basic sheet mask to me and after the first use, I'd prefer to use it in my morning routine after toner at the essence step or sometimes on top of my brightening essence. 

Overall, I give this 3.5/5. I'd say this is great for those of you who are looking for a simple brightening sheet masks though I don't see much result other than hydrating my skin. 

I actually bought at RM20 with another box for free but I went back to the store recently and found out that the retail price is actually RM45 per box of 5 sheets. Now that was an awesome introduction price, alright!

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

Mask Review | Naruko Raw Job's Tears (Supercritical CO2 Pore Minimising & Brightening Mask)

Wednesday 16 August 2017

Finally, my first Taiwanese brand for sheet mask and I'm so glad that I got into this brand. I bought several sheet masks from Watsons during the sale the other day and decided to try this mask first as I need a quick fix for my pores as even my primers aren't doing anything these days.

Looking at the long ingredients list, I can't help but feeling uneasy about it but there's nothing alarming in it so I guess I'm okay with it. However, looking at phenoxyethanol sitting at the top 10 of the list is making me feel uneasy about this brand. Maybe that's why the shelf life for this is 3 years compared to Korean sheet masks that usually have 2 years of shelf life.

The sheet is quite thin compared to regular paper mask and the essence is a clear liquid that absorbed into my skin rather nicely. It's soothing my dried skin due to air-conditioned room and it smells a little bit like honey and the scent isn't strong to my nose.

I took off the mask after 20 minutes and there's still some of the essence left so I just tapped my facial area lightly to help the absorption. I noticed that the appearances of my pores are reduced and I just love that my face is so soft to touch and no sticky feeling to it at all!

I give this 4/5! Definitely going to repurchase and this one makes me want to try other variants. I got this at discounted price with RP of RM6.90. You can totally get this from online seller at RM59 per box of 10 masks. They usually have sale so do check them out before buying from Watsons. 

That's all for now. I'll see you guys on my next post. Annyeong~

Mask Review | Skin's Boni Yogurt Mask Pack

Monday 7 August 2017
If you've read my previous post, I had to reupload all the photos stored in my to Google Photos so I have been lacking in sleep for many nights in a row and just last Friday, I found out that the fairies on 0.8L Malaysia picked me as their winner for this mask. Awesome!

0.8L is actually a platform created by a group of people that believe honest and real reviews from users or customers can actually impact the product pricing by simplifying the traditional marketing method of the product i.e. using the social media to put the product under the spotlight among the right people e.g. beauty enthusiasts like us. They are focusing on trendy beauty items and provide a platform for brands to dip their feet in the water and see how their products actually performs. 

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