November 10, 2011

Lioele Vita Shake Pack Review

My skin isn’t only dry it’s dull. As hell.

Anyone with dry skin have the same problem? I just have such lackluster skin if I don’t keep on it by using masks, good moisturizer, and weekly scrubs.

I’m always looking for the next best thing to ease the dullness which is why I picked up Lioele Vita Shake Pack.

Oh yeah you have visions of McSalad Shakers dashing through your head when you saw this little container didn’t ya? Retro Mickey D’s.


Lioele is an inexpensive Korean brand that offers a full range of color cosmetics as well as skincare. Sadly, the brand is sold within Asia only but no worries you can find these little Shake Packs all over the Internet and E-bay for fairly reasonable prices.

“Pack” normally refers to a wash off mask in Korea. Why, I haven’t a clue. Something might be lost in translation there but wash off masks are normally referred to as “pack” and in this case that’s exactly what the Lioele Vita Shake Pack is, a wash off mask.

The packaging is a shaker style, lightweight plastic bottle which contains 20 individually wrapped mask treatments. It kinda reminds me of a little candy jar with a bunch of candies inside! Cute! I love, love, love, I can’t express how much I love that each mask treatment is individually wrapped. This allows the masks to remain fresh as I’m not opening and re-opening a jar and dipping my fingers into product to apply. It’s just so much more hygienic this way.

Each mask comes in a small triangle package with a rip off top. They easily rip off so you can squeeze the mask out into your hands. I was disappointed at first since the triangles are so small I was worried I wouldn’t have enough product to cover my face. But no worries, there’s a surprisingly large amount of product in each small package and plenty of product to cover your entire face.

The formula feels like a peeling gel or peeling mask in the fact that it’s a thicker, yellow gel with small grainy gelatine like pieces suspended in the mask. You’ll apply the mask on a freshly cleansed, dry face and wait for 10-20 minutes prior to washing it off. It sits comfortably on my face and feels quite cooling. Since it is thicker you do have to spend a little extra time to rinse it off as it simply wants to stick around on your face and take up residence.

The pack comes in six varieties which address various skincare issues and if you want you can even buy a single shaker which includes a variety of the masks.

I picked up the Lemon Vita Shake Pack which is supposed help prevent free radical damage while easing dullness and boasting skin vitality. Supposedly the mask is loaded with lemon which aids in easing dullness and brightening skin.

I like the mask as it does ease some dullness and doesn’t leave my skin dry or tight after use but I honestly get better results with a sheet mask so I’m not sure I’d consider a repurchase on this one.

You might want to check this one if you like cuter skincare goodies. Shrug…hey, packaging sometimes leads us around by the nose right?

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  • Lisa

    I love Lioele’s water sleeping pack 🙂 They sell it at this cute boutique in CA.

    • Eve

      I love that too! I don’t even have dry skin but I like to use it because of the droplets. Even though my skin is oily it doesn’t leave it feeling greasy or slimy at all! It’s great.

  • Sheepy

    Musey you live in NY right? They sells these in Chinatown in a bunch of the little boutiques xD I have this one too!

    The boutiques aren’t too expensive (depends on what you’re getting) some have my beauty diary masks for $10 for 10 pack box. So cheap = w =

    If you live nearby you should check it out 😀

    • the Muse

      I do indeed! Yup, I’ve seen them in chinatown ;-D but I really enjoy shopping online so I can haul all my goodies in one shot ;D!

    • Jadore

      Hello! Do you mind letting me know where in Chinatown? I randomly poke my head into Chinese pharmacies but they never have a huge selection.

  • deedee

    ive tried the strawberry one…smells so good XD one individual package of this lasts me about 2 masks usually. i just use half and leave a clip on it until i can be bothered doing another. as you dont really need a large amount of this product on. just a thin layer 🙂