Friday, 5 March 2010

Silk Whitia Mask Review: Strawberry & Peach Organic Masks

I'm a convert after trying some in the organic range.
There's also a Kiwi in the range.
So far, I've only tried the strawberry & peach ones.

Firstly, the masks have a great fruity scent which I love alot!
Nothing artificial or musky-smelling :)
And each individually packed mask is practically dripping with the mask essence.
You can use the excess essence on your neck, arms and legs if you find it a waste to just discard.

The strawberry one is mainly a whitening mask whereas the peach one is a hydrating mask.
Both masks contain vitamin B1,B2 and C.
However, the peach one has plant protein extract which is useful in retaining the skin's moisture.

On the back of the mask sheet, it states that you must rinse off after using the mask.
This may seem weird since we usually do not rinse off after masking, in hope of retaining as much of the masks essence on our skin.
But if you do not, you'll end up with a film of dried up mask essence on your face the next day.
So yes, the instructions are there for a reason.

I found my skin color lightened immediately after using the strawberry one.
Of cus, it is a temporal effect only but perhaps after more usage, my skin tone may even out. Yes, I'm quite hopeful about that.

Rating both masks:

Silk Whitia Organic Strawberry whitening Mask and Peach Water-binding Organic Mask can be found at SASA. Usual price is S$5.90 a sheet but they usually have promotions and I stock up only when each mask is going for S$1.76-1.99/piece.
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