Etude House has always been one of my favorite Korean brands. Their packaging are just too cute and very attractive. But recently, most of the products from the brand I am purchasing have been a failure. Either they don't do anything to my skin or they do something negative on my skin. I haven't been so keen on trying any products from Etude House lately due to unsatisfactory results. But I still purchased the Etude House Magic Bubble Peeling Pack anyway simply because I am looking for a nice facial scrub.
Most of the facial scrubs from Korean brands I find these days are those that are "peel-off." You apply it on your dry skin and rub it all over until it starts peeling off. I was not a fan of this kind of scrub because I feel like there are so many left over products on my face. I tried one from Tony Moly and it broke me out. Laneige also sells a similar kind of facial scrub but I didn't try it anymore because of a previous bad experience. So when I saw the Magic Bubble Peeling Pack, I was a bit skeptical to try it. According to the saleslady, I have to apply it to my face similar to the Tony Moly one but when I read the instructions at the back, it says a different thing: apply it on wet face and allow it to form a foam and bubble before rinsing. I followed the instructions written at the back (it was in English so no need to worry). I have been using it like that for months now and I can say nothing happened to my skin: it did neither good nor bad. It was a waste of money.
- Instructions are written in English
- Easy to follow instructions
- Cute packaging
- Hygienic packaging as it is a pump bottle
- Smells really nice (floral, fresh scent)
- No effect on the skin at all
I will not recommend this to anyone as I think it is just a waste of money. I used to love Etude House but I think the products they are producing lately are not good quality. This did nothing on my face or maybe I am applying it the wrong way?