Daiso Natural Pack

I realised I forgot to review this ><“

The Back

Daiso Natural Pack

The Ingredients & Precautions

In English thankfully ><

Daiso Natural Pack

It contains alcohol, methylparaben, butylparaben and fragrance.


No instructions were given. I think it’s like this:
1. Apply sufficient amount on dry clean face
2. Wait for 10-15mins until the mask dries
3. Remove the mask and clean face

Personally, I would wash with a small amount of cleanser after the removal of mask and follow by toner (stored in fridge) or any pore minising products.

Comments & Verdicts

Appearance: Black, gooey liquid which after spreading on face, dries to give a slightly stretch black film after 10-15mins.

Here’s a picture of to reflect on the effectiveness of the dried Daiso Natural Pack with my many whiteheads!
Daiso Natural Pack
I know it’s gross but still, it’s pretty amaaaaazing huh? Probably cos I have large pores… Haha

It’s a little painful during the removal though =x But my pain tolerance is pretty high so I think it’s still ok…

– Effective in removing whiteheads (not sure about blackheads cos the mask is black)
– Cheap (Retails in Daiso Singapore for $2 for 80g of this stuff.. It lasted me for about a year, applying it once weekly)

– Strong alcohol smell
– Contains parabens & alcohol
– Might be painful for some people to remove the mask

So would I buy again? Maybe. It’s effective but looking at the ingredients, I’m not so sure =/

Any other recommendations? ^^

  1. #1 by MeeisLee on September 25, 2011 - 23:03

    It looks like it works well. But did you end up buying this again and did you find something similar that didn’t have those ingredients?

    • #2 by Raquel Rin on September 26, 2011 - 00:10

      Ah, unfortunately I didn’t find another product with comparable performance but without the ingredients =/

      I’ve stopped using this product and replaced it with Sulwhasoo Skin Clarifying Mask which doesn’t have parabens and smells nicer! However, it’s not as strong as the Daiso Natural Pack but it’ll acceptable. And the Sulwhasoo Skin Clarifying Mask is pricer… I guess you can’t have the best of both worlds! =/

      I’ll try to find them to review the Sulwhasoo one!

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