Etude House Yoghurt Wash Off Pack Review


Etude House Yoghurt Wash Off Pack Face Masks £3.32 (approx)

Etude House is a brand that I am particularly familiar mainly because quite a few bloggers I follow are from Singapore and they’re constantly raving about their products. The brand originate from Korea and having seen the shop and products myself, I can see why it has become so popular in Asia.  If I was to say their stores resemble a huge pink candy shop, would you be intrigued? I definitely would be, because this is exactly what it looks like. Staff uniform, regardless whether you’re male or female is a marshmallow pink hoody and dark bottoms. But for me, the main attraction is the cute packaging. There is something about the brand that just draws me in every time. Of course, it would not be me to leave empty handed and I picked up a fair few bits while I was there. 

Yoghurt Wash Off Pack is a set of four face masks formulated with yoghurt and fruit which aims to nourish, brighten and rejuvenate the skin. Each in their own compartment, it consists of four different flavours, strawberry, kiwi, apple and peach. I will start off by saying that these smell absolutely gorgeous. The texture is somewhat watery, but with a light creamy consistency and was relatively easy to apply. It left a slight cooling sensation while on which actually felt quite nice especially after having a bath as your pores are more open and responsive to products. After washing off, my skin looked and felt refreshed and was soft to touch. I can see me using these quite often especially as a prior treatment for an evening out, it would provide a great base for moisturiser. Overall, I would recommend trying these out and at £3ish for four masks, it’d be rude not to.

Have you tried any Etude House products before?



  1. 30th May 2013 / 1:06 pm

    First time i have ever heard of this brand and if i'm honest at first when i saw the picture and the flavors i thought yummy haha. They sound lovely especially for the price x

  2. 30th May 2013 / 1:23 pm

    I've never heard of these, but I'll definitely be checking them out! So cheap, and I love the packaging!

    Maxine, xx

  3. 30th May 2013 / 1:43 pm

    I love Etude House products, didn't have tried this one out yet and £3 for four masks is such a bargain! Thanks for the review!

    • 1st June 2014 / 2:24 pm

      No problem, glad you liked it. xx

  4. 30th May 2013 / 2:19 pm

    I love finding out about new brands – these sound right up my street!

  5. 30th May 2013 / 4:53 pm

    Aaaaah I always say I'm going to try an Etude House product, but I never know which one to try first. Which one was your favourite of the four?^^

    Also I love the sound of the uniforms!! Sounds so comfy >.<

  6. 2nd June 2013 / 2:20 pm

    I thought these were for eating

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