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2017/01/05

[Review] GRAM Double Chemi BanBan Pack

I knew some of your guys must be interested in this cute mask which I got from Althea - Gram Double Chemi BanBan Pack. Therefore, today I'm going to make a review for this.



This is a mask pack that specially designed for those with combination skin. It had been sectioned into two different types of masks. 


Compact Pores Pack(Green Clay) - for T-zone
Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract for Sebum & Waste Removal
Melissa Officinalis Leaf Extract for Skin Soothing
Mentha Rotundifolia Leaf Extract for Pore Contraction
*My mask seem weird, it is slightly dry compared to the yellow 
Dewy Moistures Pack (Yellow Clay) - for U-zone
Sweet Almond Oil for Intense Moisturization & Moisture shield
Hippophae Rhamnoides Oil for Moist vibrancy
Carica Papaya Fruit Extract for Moisture Supplied & Exfoliating


Just get the adequate amount and apply evenly over your face.
After applied the mask is on my face, I realised that is a sea-green colour which is a bit darker than what I see from the tub.  


Wait for 10 minutes

After 10 minutes, the mask is starting to crack and getting dry which means you can rinse it off with warm water.


\\\\ Result ////




First of all, I do love the "2 in 1" concept of the BanBan Pack where I can take care my T-zone and U-zone at the same time. I'm quite satisfied with the final result, the mask did pretty good job. BanBan Compact Pores Pack did reduce the excess sebum and dirt on my skin, at the same time, it does not dry out my skin. Besides that, my pores have been tightened and my forehead area is tone up. The BanBan Dewy Moisture Pack does smoothen and moisturise my skin. Overall, I love the clean and refreshing result. I will consider repurchasing after I finish this current bottle.

That's all . See you all in the next update. 


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