If you liked Skinfood Black Sugar Honey Wash Off you’re bound to love Skinfood Black Sugar Strawberry Mask Wash Off! I recently decided I’d start hauling on some of my old favorites from Skinfood since Ulta started carrying this beloved Korean brand.
Skinfood Black Sugar Strawberry Mask Wash Off came to mind instantly because not only does it smell like strawberry fruit roll-ups but it also effectively clears away dead skin cells and leaves my skin delightfully soft.
Skinfood Black Sugar Strawberry Mask Wash Off is dual-action mask that uses organic black sugar along with strawberry seeds and strawberry oil to gently exfoliate skin. The mask has a thick creamy gel consistency that is meant to be massaged all over damp skin and left on for 10 to 15 minutes. After you’ll gently buff your skin with it as you rinse it off.
It smells incredible, just like strawberry gum or fruit roll-ups courtesy the strawberry oil that use in the formula. The texture has a melty consistency once I apply it to my wet skin and I tend to leave it on for about 20 minutes before I gently buff it into my skin during the rinsing process. The black sugar has a refined texture so the scrub isn’t terribly harsh yet still grainy enough to remove dead, flakier skin on my face. It rinses easily and doesn’t leave behind tackiness or a film. But most important, I don’t feel dry or tight after using it which is always a plus. As important as exfoliating is I do tend to hate on physical formulas that tend to leave me feeling very, very dry. Granted they smooth my skin but they have the averse reaction in the act they leave me feeling drier and tighter than when I first started out. I had no issues with this formula. It smooths my skin beautifully, removes dead skin, and doesn’t leave me tight nor dry. Granted, it isn’t hydrating either but most important of all it isn’t drying.
If you prefer physical exfoliation without the added dryness you’ll get on quite happily with Skinfood Black Sugar Strawberry Mask Wash Off. I can’t rave it enough. Just don’t eat it, even though it smells terribly tempting.