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Feb 18, 2009

Anosa Ananas Sativus Face Peeling Mask Review

The Muse simply adores Asian face peelings masks. It may come as a shock but "face peeling" does not always mean a mask that you're peeling off. Anonsa makes a full range of peeling face masks for all sorts of skin woes. These masks are simply used by taking a small dollop, applying to slightly damp skin, and slowly'll notice the masks peels as soon as you begin rubbing. Supposedly this "peeling" action takes dirt, oil, blackheads, and other woes along with it as it "peels". It's rather a cool little product.

Today I'll be reviewing the Anosa Ananas Sativus Face Peeling Mask for you!

Jump ahead to get the review!

Anosa Ananas Sativus Face Peeling Mask is a rather cheap, possibly gimmicky face mask. At around $223TWD you shouldn't expect too MUCH from this mask.

This is actually my fav of the collection as it smells rather great! It's a tropical pineapple blend that's really quite nice. I adore anything that's scented so I'm all over the idea of a scented mask that smells like pineapples.

Of course, the mask comes with a huge humdrum of the amazing skincare miracles and benefits that are housed inside the tiny little black tube. Supposedly this mask is made from a strong, effective pineapple dissolution enzyme...who the hell knows what that even means...god I love Asian brands! The special pineapple enzyme has the superior skill of dissolving blackheads and cleaning pores and even allows you to experience the effects of an "ultra human spirit". I'm not making this up...this is what it claims to do.

What it really does?

Absolutely nothing! Hehe! But I still like it anyway. The formula is a heavy jelly consistency (kinda looks like snot...what? Beauty can't always be glam!) that feels incredibly cooling on the skin which will make a Muse happy in the Summer. Once applied all it really does is make my skin feel extra clean but aside from that I can't say I experience anything in regards to my humanly spirit nor did it do much for the blackheads on my nose. I don't really have clogged pores so I can't speak for those but if you happen to have clogged pores, the Muse thinks it's safe to say that this probably won't rid you of those.

The mask is just a simple, budget friendly treat that I continue to use because I like the smell and it didn't cost me a ton of money. Honestly, if you're paying above retail (seen it on E-bay for $14.99 USD ummmm NO!) I don't suggest buying it. However, if you can nab it at retail I suggest grabbing one as it smells pretty and it does successfully make your skin feel squeaky clean!

Here's a basic idea of how the masks works. Take a dollop, apply to your face, and rub on. As you can see the mask begins to "pill" and peels off in layers. This peeling action supposedly whisks away dirt and the likes along with it!

Anosa Ananas Sativus Face Peeling Mask doesn't have alot going for it but the Muse thinks it smells pretty, at the very least.

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Blogger Eka said...

The packaging makes it look good enough to eat. But I don't think I will be purchasing it anytime soon. :)

February 19, 2009 at 4:12 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

agreed eka :) Looks like a little fruit cup...but meh doesn't do much aside from smell pretty!

February 19, 2009 at 9:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hii muse!! ahaha hwhere did yo uget this produt? it looks great

February 20, 2009 at 12:35 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hi anonymous!

a friend in Taiwan ordered it for me :-D

February 20, 2009 at 12:59 PM  
Anonymous Sophy said...

The science nerd in me feels compelled to point out that pineapples indeed are known for housing a specific enzyme! :D (The enzyme is generally used for tenderizing meat, though, so I'll leave it up to you to decide whether you'd want it in your skin care regime or not.)

That said, I think the container is pretty adorableā€š and yay for good smells! It'd be nice if it did what it delivered, too, though, since blackheads are the bane of my existence. D:

February 20, 2009 at 2:59 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hi sophy

ya I was trying to be funny with the enzyme thing LOL!

oh lord blackheads on my nose are the bane of my existence too lol!

February 23, 2009 at 5:47 PM  

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