Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Pure Smile Muddy Girl Kaolin Mud Pack Review


Hello my kawaii sistahs!

It's been a long time since I last posted a product review here in my blog.
I still have tons of products to review but life is getting more busier and busier for me.

I hope I can finish them all before the end of this month.

*Cross fingers!!*


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Today's post is about my review with the Muddy Girl kaolin Mud Pack.

This kaolin mud pack was included in my August Japanese drugstore makeup and cosmetics haul.

Let me first tell you what a kaolin is.

Kaolin is a kind of mineral that most ancient people used for skin care products.  Like other clays, kaolin can pull dirt and oils from the skin.  It is commonly used in clay masks and also included in numerous cosmetics. 

I bought this mud pack in Trial Super Center here in Japan.

This product costs 98円.

I used it last Monday and here is what I can say....

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It comes in a heart shaped plastic container.

The product itself has a thin creamy texture.


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As I applied it, I smell a hint of mint which made me remember the St. Ives' mineral clay firming mask.  I also felt a slight coolness in my skin which I also feel every time I'm using St. Ives.



It is written at the label that this product is only for one time use but half of it is enough for my face.  I don't know if I can still use the remaining product but I wrapped it with a plastic wrapper and store it in the fridge. 


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When the mask became dry, it felt like there was a pack of thin cement on my face.

I can feel that it tightens and firming my skin.

After I rinsed the mask off, my skin felt super clean and dry.

This is an advantage for me because I have oily skin at the moment.

I didn't get any breakouts the next day.

 I wouldn't recommend this mask to people with dry skin.



 
First impression:

Well, I can say I'm happy with this mask.   I might still continue to use this until the summer ends.
 Can you see the zit on the right side of my lips? (left side in the picture)
  When I woke up this morning, it was dry and peeled.
I don't know if it is because of the mask but I didn't use any product after I rinsed it so I can give a proper review with this product.

 I can't help myself to compare it with St. Ives mineral clay firming mask.
If I have to choose between the two, I will definitely choose St. Ives. 



For more knowledge about this product, I did some translations of what is written on the cover.

Product Description:

Experience Salon's beauty treatment at home.  This mud pack could tighten your skin and keep it in good health.

Made in Korea.



Procedure:

1. Wash your face and wipe off water.

2. Apply the mud pack to your face.

3. Wait for 10-15 minutes until it get dry.

4. Rinse with water.



Precautions:

1. Do not use to skin with wounds and rashes.

2. Stop using this product when allergic reactions occurs and see a skin specialist if possible.

3. When it gets into your eyes, wash immediately with clean water.

4. Avoid using this product if your skin is sensitive with adhesive plaster.

5. Keep out of reach of children.

6. Use it as soon as you open it.

7. Do not eat.


Facts:

1. Use it 3-4 times a week to have a healthy and hydrated skin.

2.  Keep refrigerated during summer to enjoy the cooling effect.


Ingredients:

water, kaolin, glycerin, centella asiatica extract, bentonite, montmorillonite, hyaluronic acid Na, PEG-60 hydrogenation castor oil, allantoin, citric acid, fragrance, methyl paraben, phenoxyethanol, xanthan gum, hydrolisis collagen, EDTA-2Na,







4 comments:

  1. Hey! I also bought one of this and am using it RIGHT now as I am commenting lol cause I have absolutely no idea at all what does the instruction says so I just apply it first and then googled for instruction. Thanks! <3

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  2. Hello! I really like your blog. I would like more information on this product range, do you have their website? I have been unable to find it. Thank you so much!

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  3. thanks for the english translation ♡ my bestfriend sent me heaps of muddy girl packs from japan and i cant understand the instructions since it's written in japanese. and i might as well try that St. Ives? hmm. maybe when im through with all the puresmile products my bestfriend sent me.

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  4. I just finished applying the four-pack one of these, and they definitely reallly dry your skin out. try not to use more than once a week, it'll make your skin flaky

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