I’m looking for a product that can help me manage my dull and blemished skin. Luckily, my boss recommended me a facial scrub from Etude House. She already bought some packs and gave me one. I got the Yogurt Raspberry variant and I’m so excited to try this when I get home.
The product comes in a pocket-sized sachet for about 14 ml. For the recommended use of twice a week, I think it can last for about 2-3 usage. The packaging is also cute in its pastel colors. It’s a wash-off pack so you don’t need to leave the product on your skin for the longest time.
I use this before bedtime, after facial cleansing. It has a white creamy consistency with sugar-like beads. It also has a subtle sweet raspberry scent, which I really love. I put a pea-sized amount to my fingertips and begun massaging my face in a circular motion. The scrub tends to dry up easily, so I keep on adding some. I focused on the forehead, nose and chin area as the oil build-up usually happens there. There’s no dirt of dead skin peeling off though. After 2-3 minutes, I washed my face with water.
There’s no changes, aside from my skin being hydrated. Deep-seated blackheads and whiteheads are still there, only some were removed. Overall, my skin felt refreshed, not that bad at all. I still use cleanser or toner to remove any trace of the product because I’m afraid that the skin’s natural oil join the excess and cause a breakout. Then, I just proceed to my moisturizer which is a water-based, suitable for my oily skin. It’s not a miracle-after-one-use product, so I keep on using until I consumed all.
This won’t leave your skin dry or flaky unlike other facial scrubs, so it’s best for dry to normal skin. All you need is water to rinse your face if you’re planning it as your moisturizer. Still, it depends on how your skin responds to the product.
After a week, I noticed that my skin looks a little clearer than before with less blemishes. It didn’t make my skin brighter but there’s a slight glow in it. Since the abrasion is mild, it takes some time to eliminate the dead skin. I already used all, so I’m planning to buy another pack to continue the routine.
The pack is cheap, and they got it as a twin-sachet for less than a hundred pesos. So you can enjoy a couple of weeks of raspberry skin treat, depending on your needs. The Sunshine in Spoon Scrub Massage product line has several variants. Yogurt Sugar Apple, Cream Pomegranate, Cream Soy Bean, Oil Gel Coconut and Oil Gel Walnut. I’ve bought the Yogurt Sugar Apple and Cream Pomegranate, because I think the Oil Gels were not that suitable for my skin needs. There’s a promising result and they got it covered for any skin type, so I think it’s worth a try.