Review: Etude House I Need You, Yogurt! Wash-Off Masks: Apricot

Saturday, 28 December 2013

Hello, lovelies! How's your weekend so far? For me, I'm still in my revision week so I guess you guys get the picture.

As I have been studying all day, I wanna get my mind off from exams just for a bit so here I am, releasing some steam off with trying this cute pack hence I'm gonna write a quick review. By the way, this is a continuation from my previous post here, so for today I'm going to review the Apricot Pack.


I honestly never ate an apricot before (or maybe I did but didn't know it's an apricot? LOL) so I didn't really know about it. So... 



So, that's what it looks like! nah, never ate that. 

According to some articles that I read, apricot fruit extract believed to be beneficial as it nourishes and soften your skin. I've been looking for a good article but none of them are interesting enough for me so let me get back to you once I find one. 


The pack is in this light yellow colour. Is that the natural colour? Maybe. 

Verdict:

The texture and consistency is the same as the Kiwi Pack, only the scent is different which is I'm not sure actually. It's nice and not strong, and it doesn't linger. Smells like flower but I don't think it's flower. I guess it's the apricot scent? Maybe. 

As for whether it's working or not, let's go back to the product description, which is "soften, nourish and replenish skin", so yes. After using the product, I feel my skin really soft! That's what I can feel physically but I don't know whether this product is nourishing my skin and not. Prolong use is needed for me to see this really works or not. 

Final verdict: 3.5/5. This is slightly better than Kiwi for me because the scent is nicer. Well, to me it is. but if you guys are getting this, be sure to wash them off using facial sponge cause it's really hard to use hands alone. 

So that's it! Do tell if you guys ever tried this product. I really have no idea about the ingredient's benefit actually. So sorry! 

But this product actually reminds me of Apricot Scrub from St. Ives. I tried it before but it's too harsh for my skin but then, after using it, I remember how my skin became really soft!

By the way, I'm still editing some of the photos for my haul. Sigh. I don't know why I'm getting slower these days. T__T

Until next post,

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