[FIRST IMPRESSION] Skin Food Black Sugar Mask Wash Off

I remember back in the day when I just dive in into the overwhelming world that is skincare products, this Skin Food Black Sugar Mask Wash Off is so highly popular. But in the end I bought Innisfree Pore Clay Mask instead.

After all these years, I’ve always debating with myself to get this product or not. So, after Althea kindly give me this product from gift with purchase, of course I jumped with joy because I’ve always wanted to try it! 😀

However, as much as I want to try it, if you followed my blog long enough, you will probably know that I’m kinda hesitate from ANY KIND of exfoliation ever since I suffered from over-exfoliation last year. But after a few arguments with myself, I finally decided to try this one, with hope that it would be gentle enough for my sensitive skin.


Enriched with minerals and vitamins, this face scrub effectively exfoliates dead skin that prevents makeup application, while revitalizing skin. 

* To Use 
After washing, apply desired amount onto face, avoiding eye and mouth areas. 
Mix with water or toner to reduce skin irritation, and massage. 
Wait 10 to 15 minutes, and then wash off with warm water



The texture is like granulated brown sugar, hence the name “black sugar”. I have to be honest that it didn’t applied smoothly on my skin, lol. 😆 But beside that point, I really love the scent, it’s so herbally and relaxing.

After I washed my face, I feel like my face is smoother and all, yes, but, on a side note, I’m a little bit afraid that it would be too much for my skin. I’ve read somewhere that you can apply it with a little bit water or face oil to make the application smoother. Okay, I will try it sometime later.


Well, all in all, I would say that Skin Food Black Sugar Mask Wash Off would work for non-sensitive skin and oily skin. But for me and other sensitive skin girls out there, maybe you could use it once a week or once every two weeks, because too much application could be overwhelming for sensitive skin.

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