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General Information

  • Ethnicity: East Asian
  • Skin Tone: Fair
  • Skin Type: Dry
  • Hair Thickness: Medium
  • Hair Type: Straight
  • Hair Color: Black

Personal Information:

  • Beauty Interest: Makeup addict
  • Age Range: 25-34
  • Location: Malaysia
  • Are you a mommy to be?: No

I used a small bottle of this and I don't see any improvement. It's supposed to be moisturizing but I don't feel it hydrates well. This is touted as a miracle water, but perhaps I should use it longer to see good effects. It is very expensive so I won't invest in this until I'm older. 

I bought this during my trip to Japan and this is like the cheapest mask I could find. I don't think I will ever buy masks like this anymore, wherein many masks are stored in one packaging. This mask hardly does anything to my face. Albeit no bad reaction, it hardly moisturizes. Frankly, I think it is a waste of money. 

This mask was given to me by Amabie in exchange for an honest review. I've never heard of this brand before as I am not well-versed with Taiwanese mask brands. I only know a few brands like Naruko, My Beauty Diary, and My Scheming.

This mask smells fruity and sourish which I assume is the smell of pomegranates as I never had a pomegranate before. The essence is not very thick or sticky so it doesn't leave a sticky residue. As there is a lot lf essence, the leftover can used to apply all over the body.

I will not purchase this mask. It isn't bad, but it is not impressive either. I have dry skin and it does not provide intense hydration. I don't see much brightening effect either. It is more suitable for those with normal to oily skin who prefer a sheet mask that does not leave a sticky residue.

I receive this mask from Amabie in exchange for an honest review. This green tea mask claims to moisturize the skin from deep inside, but alcohol is listed as the 4th ingredient. Yikes! Nevertheless, I still try it even though I have dry skin. The mask smells like green tea. It is thin and fits well onto my face. After removing the mask, my skin is moisturized so you don't have to worry about the alcohol drying out your skin if that is your concern. If you want an affordable mask with pretty decent hydration, you should try this one out.

I received this product from Amabie as I was one of the winners for their August giveaway, and I was also asked to give an honest review of the product.

This product functions to reduce excess sebum so it is meant for oily skin. As I have dry skin, this product is not suitable for me. The packaging comes with a pump dispenser which I like. The texture of the product is watery so having a pump dispenser is more convenient than pouring out the product which could lead to excess pouring. I wish the instructions indicate the recommended number of pumps required per usage. The product contains alcohol so those who are avoiding alcohol may not want to use this product.

I have dry skin and do not want to make my skin drier, so I only try it once for review purpose and then gave it to my boyfriend who has oily skin. The product mattifies the skin but does not make my skin feel tight. Upon reading the ingredients, I found out that it also contains olive oil and other oils, therefore, it will not be too drying. 

Girls with oily skin would love this. I find it to be drying so I cannot use this when I will be in an air-conditioned environment for long. It makes my skin feels papery dry which I dislike, but oily skin girls would appreciate the matte look.  

Comfortable and suitable for normal to oily skin. I need something oilier for my dry skin so this is not the ideal sunblock for me. This product is not waterproof so you don't need to double cleanse to remove this sunblock. I prefer waterproof sunblock because I live in a hot country so I will sweat if I go out during the day. Although this product uses chemical filters, it doesn't irritate my eyes or skin unlike the chemical filters typically found in European or Western sunscreens.

Cheap and works well to remove makeup without greasy residue. Even though it contains alcohol, I don't find it to be drying out my skin. It doesn't clog my pores either. Since it is a drugstore brand, it can easily be found and the price is great too! As it is not oily, it doesn't make my vision blurry which is annoying if you have contact lens on. I always return to buying this because it works well and I don't believe in spending a lot in nuying makeup removers.

Smells like nice shampoo so it is not an offensive smell. If you spray it on your hair, others would think that it is the smell of your shampoo, and thus, giving you a "natural" nice smell. This scent suit Asians since Asians generally don't prefer strong scents in the public. While I think it smells like shampoo, my friend thinks it smells like a rich, high class auntie instead.

Obvious whitening and brightening effect after removing mask. This is one of the best MBD masks in the series, and I regularly repurchase them. It is affordable and does not cause any negative reaction to my skin. 

Provides decent hydration but it is not one of the most hydrating masks in the series. I would not repurchase this mask as it is one of the so-so and forgettable ones. 

Considering its price range, this mask is good and provides decent hydration.

It is just a regular thin lotion. I wish there are thicker and more hydrating lotions which are affordable in the market. I have to mix it with coconut oil in order for it to provide sufficient hydration to my skin. I am not fond of the scent which smells synthetic and gives me an uncomfortable feeling. 

This product is not oily so it is suitable for normal to oily skin. I have dry skin so the moisture provided is not enough for my skin. But during the day when I am not in air-conditioned environment for a long period of time, this emulsion is a sufficient moisturizer. 

 

 

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