Holika Holika Smoothie Peeling Cream (Golden Kiwi)

Hey guys!

Today, I’ll be reviewing Holika Holika’s Smoothie Peeling Cream (Sunshine Golden Kiwi)!




This was part of my haul over the hols in Brunei. I know, no one goes there right ._.
and no global brands like Starbucks or Forever 21, can you believe it?

Thankfully, the Korean beauty industry have managed to set root and they are swarming all over in all the shopping malls (though there are about 4, 5 malls only).

You see brands like The Face Shop, Holika Holika, Tonymoly, Etude House, The Body Shop (not Korean though).

ANYWAY. Back to business.

You can see from the pictures that its kinda skin-coloured, with little beads of kiwi seeds and stuff for texture (to get rid of the dead skin I guess) then fades to a translucent-y shade of white. I usually apply a thin layer instead of a thick one cos it kinda flakes off and makes a mess when I try to peel it. *tsktsk*

So I just rub at it a bit then wash it off! But that’s just cos I’m lazy haha. Or maybe I’m supposed to apply a super-thick layer? I doubt so :/

Its near-impossible to peel off.





The mask is supposed to remove dead skin and dirt, and after trying it myself I’m amazed at how soft my skin feels.

Like all the dead skin has been removed and I’m left with soft, kissable baby skin! *squeals~* I try to restrict myself to use it only twice a week, but I’m so tempted to whip it out everyday, y’know? The smell is so delicious and it feels so refreshing… even when I put it on an oily face it just cleanses the oil and leaves it soft and clean!

It is totally my favourite mask now!


I was thinking about getting other one in this range, some kind of grape gel thing, but I’m so glad I stuck to my decision and got this instead! So happy 🙂 You must try it yourself to experience it 🙂


It’s very affordable here in Singapore, you know? Check out Kpoptown.com (click to go) for lower prices on Korean beauty products 🙂

(I realised I was totally ripped off when I paid 20 bucks for this ._. so don’t follow in my footsteps!)

Also, if you over-use this mask, your skin will start peeling off. So unsightly!

So don’t. 😛


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Loves: Cheap price, effectiveness

Hates: None, but don’t over-use.

Rating: 9/10

Will I purchase it again?:

I think I’ll try other products first before making a decision… but I totally love this!!

Price:

I bought it for 20 BDN (currency same as S’pore) but don’t be fooled! The actual price is like 14SGD or cheaper. TSK! (I feel so stupid now)

Edit:

I went back to purchase it again, and this time I consulted the saleslady. Apparently a ‘peeling mask’ means that it helps to get rid of dead skin cells, and it should not be peeled off. You need to wash it off after you apply it, and it is best used as a gentle scrub and then let it sit, if you like, as a mask.

Thanks for reminding me!

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3 thoughts on “Holika Holika Smoothie Peeling Cream (Golden Kiwi)

    • Hi, yes you do!
      Because for Korean skincare brands the definition of a ‘peeling mask’ means that the mask helps to remove dead skin, not that it can be peeled off. So you need to wash it off and not try to scrape it off, as it will harm your skin.
      I didn’t know this at first, but the saleslady at Holika Holika said it would be better to use the mask as a scrub first and let it sit for awhile, instead of a normal mask.
      Hope this helps!

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