Baviphat AC Therapy Sleeping Mask

Another Review πŸ™‚

Baviphat AC Therapy Sleeping Mask

Intro

Info taken from the Gmarket listing & translated by Google Translate

Apple AC therapy babipet sumyeonpaek “worrying problems solved! Sumyeonpaek” After applying to your skin during the night without having to wash the skin at the time of trouble sleeping pack is soothing. * Recommended for yireonbun! Easy skin care and want, to trouble worries minutes [the main ingredient, and efficacy] apple extract: Trouble Management, exfoliation

Broken English blah. Sounds like this sleeping pack is catered for those with acne πŸ™‚ And it’s so cool that it helps to exfoliate your skin as well XD

The Actual Product

Baviphat AC Therapy Sleeping Mask

Smells like apple XD It has a gel-like consistency and it’s cream yellow in colour.

Ingredients

No ingredients on the product itself. Thus the following ingredients listing is taken from the Gmarket listing & translated by Google Translate

After some trial & error to figure out some weird names, this is the best translation I’ve got:

Water, sayikeulromechikon, dimethicone, dimethicone / vinyl dimethicone cross-polymer, Glycerin, Caprylic / Capric Triglycerides, Sodium Oh methacrylate / dimethyl Tau keurilroil rate sodyumah copolymer, isopropyl heksadekan, polysorbate 80, butilrengeulrayikol, betaine, peteurolratum. Phenoxyethanol, Alcohol, Triclosan, Yellow 4, Yellow No. 5, allantoin, fragrance, kabomeo, aljinin, disodyumyiditieyi, apple extract

I’m kinda sad when I saw the ingredients listing before I bought the small little tub of the sleeping pack. This sleeping pack has pretty good reviews and I just wanted to try it… So I got it despite knowing that it has some unpleasant ingredients (in bold)… =x

How to Use

No instructions on the product. Info taken from the Gmarket listing & translated by Google Translate

Bonpum amount at the end of the evening taken based on the skin, apply evenly spread. Sleep does not wash out after taking just lightly rinse with warm water next morning.

The English is a little broken but you get the idea. Very much like other sleeping packs πŸ˜€

Verdict

I totally heart this sleeping pack πŸ˜€ I’ve give a 7/10 (3 points deducted due to the ingredients.. but otherwise, it does what it says :D)

Pros:
– Nice smelling! Smells like apple ^^
– Skin does not feel sticky after application
– Helps to “ripen” and soothe pimples ^^
– Leaves my skin smooth & supple the next day, wthout being oily ^^

Cons:
– Nasty ingredients (but I’ve no allergic reaction to them =x)

I’m not too sure if I’ll repurchase due to its ingredients listing. But I do like this sleeping pack more than my Etude House Pore Tightening Sleeping Pack which I reviewed sometime back. For now, I’m really loving this sleeping pack until I find a better alternative with a nicer ingredients listing πŸ˜€

Oh did I mention that it’s totally adorable?

Baviphat AC Therapy Sleeping Mask

This 6g jar is smaller than my palm!!

Perfect for travelling and it costs 900won which is about SGD$1+ (excluding shipping & domestic delivery charges from G-Market Global).

Do grab this small little tub from G-Market Global if you wish to try the product πŸ˜€ and you can keep the empty container for future travelling purposes ^^

  1. #1 by Heini on December 22, 2010 - 05:17

    Thank you for this review and the ingredient list πŸ™‚ I have been thinking which baviphat product i should try first and after reading this review i decided to try this sleeping mask. I hope it will work for me too πŸ™‚

    • #2 by Raquel Rin on December 22, 2010 - 15:38

      Hi Heini πŸ™‚ Glad to hear that my review is of help to you πŸ™‚

      Hope you’ll find the AC therapy sleeping mask effective for you! I’m eager to try out their other products too! hehe

  2. #3 by Jinnie on March 3, 2011 - 08:15

    Hi how much did you pay for shipping? Thanks

    • #4 by Raquel Rin on March 3, 2011 - 23:31

      Hi Jinnie! I can’t rmb how much I’ve paid for the shipping. The 6g tub is pretty light so I think the shipping is about SGD$1 or so. But do note that the acutal shipping fees vary with your total Gmarket parcel weight. πŸ™‚

  3. #5 by MeeisLee on September 25, 2011 - 23:19

    Sounds great but sucks that I’m allergic to some of the ingredients. I had no idea what a sleeping mask was before I read this. Doesn’t it mess up your pillows and bedsheets though?

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

      Meeislee, thanks for reading so many of my reviews and leaving comments πŸ™‚

      This sleeping mask concept is originated from Korea. It is a type of leave-in mask! The consistency would be similar to that of your moisturiser, may be gel-like or cream-like. Basically, you’ve to apply it before you sleep and leave it in until the next morning. The sleeping mask is just that your moisturiser but with other benefits e.g. continuous hydration throughout the night, repairing of skin tissue, whitening etc.

      It doesn’t really mess up your pillows and bedsheets since it’s not pasty like those clay mask or even gooey. But of course, you should also change your bedsheets and pillowcases regularly! So it’s actually not much of an issue to leave it on. πŸ™‚

      • #7 by MeeisLee on September 26, 2011 - 00:38

        Oh that’s good to hear then :). I want to try one, it seems useful after an evening/night of studying or finishing papers. Looking like I got a full 8hrs of sleep when I only managed to scrape up 4hours. That would be great! I’ll keep on the look-out for more of your reviews then ;).

  4. #8 by Ningrum on March 5, 2012 - 22:53

    The best thing from Korean cosmetics is: their adorable packaging! So visually attractive, cute, feels like a magnetic reason to buy one… πŸ˜›

    Unfortunately sometimes they still use weird ingredients. Though, thankfully, now there’s a lot of natural product from Korea too. Or ones that claim freedom from parabens, mineral oil, etc. πŸ˜‰

    Nice to know your blog and how much you care about ingredients! πŸ˜€ And thank you for your review and ingredients list. It’s not easy to find Korean products’ ingredients list. πŸ™‚

    • #9 by Raquel Rin on August 24, 2013 - 22:24

      Hi Ningrum, yes, that’s the thing about Korean skincare! Cute packaging! :3

      Yup, I guess the skincare companies also know that the consumers are getting more and more health conscious and thus, there is a trend of more products that claim to be free from harmful stuff like mineral oil and parabens or SLS.

      Glad to hear that my review has helped you ^^

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