Something Fruity For Your Face: Cosline Strawberry Yogurt Pack Review
Korea is legendary for stuffing fruit into a cute bottle and dubbing it a “pack” aka facial mask. They are also super keen on one particular fruit type mixed up with yogurt, that would be strawberries.
Strawberries are packed full of antioxidants which is good for your body as well as your skin.
Check out my Cosline Strawberry Yogurt Pack review to see if these strawberries are good for my face!
What is it?
Cosline Strawberry Yogurt Pack OSLINE Yogurt Strawberry is a creamy wash off face that contains strawberry extract, yogurt, and vitamins C and E. It promises to smooth your skin and instantly brighten. Simply apply and massage on your whole face and proceed to sit around for a while (15-20 minutes), I watch Nurse Jackie while I have this on, and wash off with water after your time is up! Simple!
I got a slew of Cosline masks recently in a swap…a grape one, strawberry, tomato, etc…they only set me back the cost of some British chocolate and crisps so not a bad swap eh?
Like most Korean face packs you won’t see a MAJOR change in your skin, hey, it’s all about the gimmick. However, it’s ones of those treatments that I continue to use anyway because it’s relaxing and it also softens my skin. Seriously, I can’t complain too much if I’m seeing a nice hydrating effect after use right?
The mask is a creamy blend which resembles strawberry yogurt (right down to the strawberry seeds) however the entire claim of it being yogurt and fruit should be taken with a grain of salt as this doesn’t need refrigeration (although it feels nice when applied cool) and it’ll sit around on your skincare shelf for near 3 years…so yea..obviously not yogurt here.
As you may have suspected it does indeed smell like bright, juicy strawberries as well, quite pleasant really.
Aside from moisturizing your face it doesn’t do much else. I was actually ever so hopeful the antioxidants would help with my dull, lackluster skin but this is one product that sadly did nothing in that regard. Don’t expect alot and you won’t be disappointed is the moral of this story.
Who might like it?
- Kawaii skincare lovers.
- Anyone seeking a relaxing, moisturizing mask treatment.
- Anyone who likes mask packs in general but doesn’t expect major results.
Who might not like it?
- Anyone going in hoping the antioxidants will give a boost to their dull skin.
- Anyone not keen on highly fragranced skincare.
I generally like it. Yes, it doesn’t do much in the ways of brightening my skin but it does hydrate and honestly I wasn’t expecting major results going in as I’ve come to expect that from many inexpensive Korean face packs anyway so I wasn’t terribly disappointed I didn’t see dramatic results. I like the smell, the texture, and just the relaxing feel of a chilled strawberry yogurt mask on my face that smells lovely and makes my skin dewy…what more could I ask for?
You can swap for some like me by locating a kindly Korean chicklet on an Asian Forum or check out Sasa as they did have the mask in stock last I looked for $5 bucks or so (it’s about $3 in Korea so not much of a difference in price).
Nice stuff. I’d buy it again.