Monday, May 4, 2015

Skinfood Rice Mask


By all means, please, who am I to stop you from pampering your skin at beauty saloons? I can't definitely decide on your behalf what you should or should not do? Honestly, I am not against anyone who is willing to pay for beauty. Go ahead please. You should if you can afford, I too wouldn't mind surrendering my skin at the hands of a professionally trained and qualified beauty therapist.Then again, considering that its not worth any single cent paying RM50.00 for a facial, especially at Indian saloons where, in the name of massaging, they bash beat up your skin with harsh tapping. Goodness! I can't comprehend the whole logic of being told by beauty saloon owners that, that's how Indian ladies prefer their facials. Actually, to tell you the truth, I am not condemning any race here, but sincerely, since I am not even the kind who enjoy mild kinky bashing while sexing, I really can't stand the tough and rough hand movement massage technics. If I really want to pamper my skin, I rather pay for the exclusive facial treatments. Otherwise, I am satisfied with a home facial (La Colline Eye Mask, Activa Action Mask and Garnier Peel Off Mask) which pretty much sums up why I bought this Skinfood Rice Mask. Not an alien to me, I've used it a couple of years ago, but once it ran down to its last scoop, I completely forgot about it until during my last trip to the mall. Mind you, Skinfood Rice Mask has been my love, so I yearn for the loving return of it again (within RM50.00).

Skinfood Rice Mask
Rice Mask Wash Off is a creamy and luxurious face mask that lifts off excess oil and dirt from the skin’s surface for keeping complexion clear and soft. Made from the key ingredients of rice grains, vitamins, minerals and gamma oryzanol for moisturising and whitening skin. Apply on cleansed face with a gentle massaging motion, avoiding the eyes and lips. Leave on for 10-15 minutes and then rinse off. 

Now, can we like forget about trying to figure on what's been listed in Korean language on the plastic semi transparent jar container/jar/tub this gooey, slightly grainy, white and smooth mask is filled? I really can't understand why we Malaysians like to confuse ourselves. Look, there's the English reading too, yet what is the deal about focusing on a language we possibly can't read neither understand? Please, for our beauty sake, can we forget about Koreans? Instead stay true as a Malaysian beauty? Thank you. Obviously, as you can see, jar is capped with a twistable cover and a plastic lid is in between, there's no spatula for you. Big deal? Oh please! Stop. Use your clean fingers for scooping and spreading this mask on your cleansed face. Frankly speaking, I am not really sure if I should brand Skinfood Rice Mask as an organic produce. What do you think? 
Spreading easily, love its fresh hint of ground rice and upon application, it gives you the appreciated cool refreshing sensual and its non harsh soft grains which are gently enough, I believe will not shake up your skin. Grains does a great job for loosening blackheads when you wash and gently massage your skin after 15 minutes. A generous splash of water, do it as many times as you wish, will thoroughly remove every bit of it. Some beauties claim you should use warm water, for Nava K beauty, she is fine with tap water or if you are a standard beauty mudguard, use the most expensive mineral water. What? Am I kidding about mineral water? Believe me, people are indeed paranoia these days until even using tap water for washing off mask is a major beauty debate for them. If you one of them, do ahead. Get the damn mineral water.      
How do I overall feel about Skinfood Rice Mask? Lovely. It brightened my tired skin, it imparted a natural glow, it didn't dry neither broke me up, and my skin ultimately did feel super smooth. I was proud of my beauty for the next three days at least, thereafter, back to normal. That's it. I really am unsure if I should suggest whether you can use this mask every three to four days once. Honestly, I don't know, but I can affirm that you can use Skinfood Rice Mask once a week. Too much of overdoing it with our beauty I reckon will lead to disaster, scrubbing often by itself as far as I know is not advisable.  
So, beauties, as I have already clearly said earlier, I am not the person who can decide on your behalf.  You decide if you would like to give a go to Skinfood Rice Mask. Take care. 



















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13 comments:

  1. Product is looking interesting.will find out more.

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  2. Good product. I have not come across any mask till now which gives glow more than 2 days, in that way I feel its okay :)

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  3. I have heard abt rice masks and its benefits through Michelle Phan's videos.. With something so natural I would love to try it for sure.. nice product!!

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  4. this instant products works well for me....good review

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  5. Oh how I wish that supple, smooth skin lasted for a longer time. Rice mask sounds super good.

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  6. Lovely review..the product looks worth trying..

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  7. scrub and mask in one product - that's ingenious! worth trying!

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  8. I like Skinfood too! They offer pretty good products :D

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  9. Hi Nava, thanks for introducing this rice mask.Good review, well done.

    Have a nice week ahead, Best regards

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  10. Love your blog and I am a new follower on GFC.
    I hope that you will follow me back :)
    Kisses

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