Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Papaya Yogurt Mask

Skin Food - Papaya Yogurt Mask Wash off.
yogurt mask with extract of papaya, nutritious and moist tropical fruits

Masks is an essential part of my weekly routine, well i try...As using masks it is a great way to rejuvenate the skin, brighten the skin and locks in moisture.
Well this depends on what masks you purchase, as i feel that wash off masks have more purposes such as healing acne scars, hyper-pigmentation or penetrating the pores.

This is the first wash off mask that i have purchased in years, as personally i opt to use sheet masks as it is simply much more convenient and less effort. This wasn't a product i searched for it was just there and my friend advised me to use as papaya is very hydrating.

Papaya is great for pimples, blemishes and freckles also really good for the skin. The enzyme papain acts as an exfoliative agent and removes dead skins and lifts away dry skins. It has an anti-ageing antioxidant which is great to keep a youthful skin. (:


How to use?
1. Applying the product on a cleansed face
2. Massage the granules into the skin
3. leave on your face 10-15 minutes, rinse off

The particles in this product helps remove dead skin cells, you know when to stop when the particles disappear from your face. Massaging your face is important as this will help/improve the blood circulation around your face to flow.

Impression.
Before using this product the smell is deliciously yummy. When using this product the before and after is quite noticeable, my face is hydrated and brighten up my skin also the smell is nice. However the dislikes in this product is it leaves an tingle feeling when leaving the mask on after 5 minutes. Although i would advise if you purchase this mask would be good an ideal for a hot day, if placing it in the fridge it be a refreshing treatment.

Would i repurchase this product again, maybe not but try other skin food products.
Likes out of 5 : ♥♥1/2

Have you tried skin food masks?
CMPang x

Disclaimer: The product that i am reviewing is purchased with my own money and reviewed with my own opinions.

10 comments:

  1. cute blog!
    xoxo Sienna
    http://fashion-sienna.blogspot.com/

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  2. Ugh I really need to buy a face mask, too...Unfortunately there's no Skin Food shop over here ;;

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  3. Sounds interesting!!!


    xoxo from rome
    K.
    http://kcomekarolina.com/

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  4. Awww - sad that this mask wasn't want you expected. I haven't had much luck with face mask either they always make my face oily afterwards. Thanks for the review.

    Thu
    http://justtututiny.blogspot.com/

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  5. awee sorry to hear that it didn't work out on you. Actually I have a bigh crush for skinfood, that's one of my favorite brand though ^^

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  6. cool~ I never used skin food before~ maybe i will try it in the future =)

    xoxo HitomiNeko xoxo
    http://hitomineko-hn.blogspot.com

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  7. i have been wanting to try skin food products though =/ but i often read bad reviews..

    http://memorable-days.net

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  8. I've been tempted to try Skin Food products for awhile now but am always skeptical when it comes to trying new things on my face. Anything that smells good is a definite plus for me!

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  9. Sorry to hear you weren't thrilled with this particular mask. I have the Kiwi version and really like it - it's very cooling and perfect for the summer :)

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