Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Itibiti Yogurt Mask Review

Fro-yo girl here. I spotted Itibiti Yogurt Mask at Candy Doll Beauty in San Francisco’s Japantown. The packaging has an oversized picture that looks like a giant bottle of Yakult, the probiotic beverage. One mask is $3.50.

The yogurt mask does have yogurt in it. It is imported from Korea. One pouch is 25g. It is a mask sheet with cutouts for your eyes, nose and mouth. The packaging says that the mask will make your skin look moist, smooth and flexible. It also improves wrinkles.

The directions are to cleanse and tone, cover your face with the mask, remove the mask after 10-20 minutes and gently pat the face for the remaining serum to be absorbed by the skin.

* Yogurt mask: The mask was heavy, wet, sticky, slimy and cold. It smelled like Yakult mixed with alcohol. It felt cold at first but then it warmed up. It remained sticky and after removing the mask, there was a considerable amount of the sticky fluid left. It was absorbed by my skin when I slept. The mask was very moisturizing, so it did live up to its claims. I wasn’t crazy about the fragrance though.

Ingredients: Water, glycerin, methylpropanediol, yogurt extract, polysorbate 80, hydroxyethylcellulose, adenosine, disodium EDTA, camellia sinensis leaf extract, lactobacillus/lemon peel ferment extract, lactobacillus/punica granatum fruit ferment extract, pyrus malus (apple) fruit extract, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, sodium hyaluronate, phenoxyethanol, carboner, triethanolamine, fragrance.

3.5 out of 5 stars.

You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.

* CANDY DOLL BEAUTY: 1737 Post St., Ste 385, San Francisco (Japantown), CA 94115

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