I bought Itibiti Yogurt Mask Pack because I see yogurt mask packs everywhere, and I love the yogurt they claim to copy, so I want to try all of them. Now, some of them are super expensive and some of them are super affordable. Like this one, for example, you can buy it in the convenience store one for 1000 KRW (under 1$) and a pack of five for 5000 KRW (under 5$). So, I got myself a pack of five, and indulge myself in yogurt.
This product doesn’t really advertise so I can’t be sure of their claims. What is says on the package is that it contains yogurt extract. Extract of fermented lactic acid bacteria. It also says that if will give you a non-sticky honey dewy skin.
Water, Glycerin, Methylpropanediol, Yogurt Extract (1000ppm), 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, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Fragrance
How to use:
- After cleansing and toning, cover the entire face with the mask sheet.
- Remove after 10 to 20 minutes.
- Gently pat the face for the remaining serum to be absorbed by the skin.
My Skin Type: Oily T, dry U, blemished, sensitive, and allergic.
Itibiti Yogurt Mask Pack Review:
Opening the mask pack, these 25g seem to be so much heavier. The mask is soaked and, even when I spread it open, it feels very heavy and yet it doesn’t drip off any liquid!
I mean, it’s so heavy I can hardly keep it open. Then I look closer and notice this nice texture on the mask. Honestly it is the first time I see this on a mask. Usually masks are made out of a cotton-like fabric, or something like that.
Okay, so I sniffed it and it smells more like chocolate tobacco or chocolate beer than like the yogurt. I mean, the good part of those things’ smells.
I squeezed some liquid straight from the mask onto my arm, since there was almost nothing left on the pack. The liquid is really dense and it takes a million years for that drop to slide down that much (I just failed and took around 10 photos but they were all blurry, so it kept sliding down).
Then I decided to spread the liquid into absorption, see how it feels before I put it on my face. So, I spread it. And it feels really really sticky after it absorbs. But let’s see how it works on the face, right?
After a proper 20 minute long treatment, according to pack instructions, I can finally make a proper judgement.
First of all, I accidentally licked it (accidentally, I swear!) and it tastes sweet. Of course it also has that medicine after taste but mainly it’s sweet.
The mask sticks amazingly well to the skin. I usually have a problem because I have a really tall European nose, and this mask kind of stretches and sits everywhere perfectly. Which makes me happy, it’s a first for me.
It feels nice and dewy while we wait out the 20 minutes, and I almost don’t want to remove it once the time is up. But when I removed it it’s really really sticky and I have to wait almost another 20 minutes until I continue my skin care.
Like, honestly, it is the stickiest thing I have put on my face that isn’t maple syrup. It feels really nice just up until it absorbs, then it feels sugary..
It’s too sticky for me to buy it again. I have enjoyed it since the mask sheet itself has this amazing texture, and I do love the smell. But nothing can make me buy something sticky!
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Have you tried Itibiti Yogurt Mask Pack?
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