Rating BreakdownCommunity: 1 Rating • 1 Review | Other Sources: 1 Ratings
Most people (including me) probably bought this because of the cute packaging/their love for bubble tea. I haven't tried alot of sleeping packs so I'm not an expert in describing how the perfect product should work, but this definitely wasn't worth the money.
Con: So I thought yas, finally I've used this up - but what am I supposed to reuse it for? In real, it isn't even cute as decor. I've had far less disappointing just-for-cute-packing purchases like the tony moly mushroom chocolate wash off mask or the famous ladykin snail cream.
Pro: I'd say the only pro, if at all, is the spatula, but I didn't really think it ended up being very sanitary either.
The "Extra-ness" aka fake tapioca pearls
The selling gag is obviously the "extra fun moisturizing step" (more like extra messy) where you are supposed to squash the pearls in your hands and rub them to your face with the sleeping pack, which was not as fun as intended. It was almost impossible to actually be able to crush the pearls because they would keep gliding on your palm and whenever I actually managed to apply them to my face I didn't notice anything.
I'd say the texture and performance was pretty similar to Lioele's Waterdrop Sleeping pack, which isn't really positive or negative. In the end you could use a good moisturizer and skip this step entirely if you don't have dry skin and you wouldn't feel any different.