Review: Are Saturday Skin Products Worth Lusting Over? | Clozette

With their millennial pink packaging, Saturday Skin products quickly filled our Instagram feeds with cuteness. But aside from being a perfect addition to your Insta-worthy flatlays, the Korean beauty brand promises to effectively regenerate and maintain elasticity of your skin, with each of their products infused with their signature CHA-7 es Complex. This, along with the rave reviews they received online, makes it appear that the aesthetically pleasing Saturday Skin products are really worth the dime. But to really see if they’re more than just a pretty face, we had to put them to a test. 

Here, we review two Saturday Skin products: the Waterfall Glacier Water Cream and the Cotton Cloud Probiotic Power Mask. Because both are beloved by reviewers, I was really excited to try them both. Let’s see how they fared.

Saturday Skin products in pink packaging

Saturday Skin Products


A pink box and a pink tub of moisturising cream

Waterfall Glacier Water Cream's packaging

Saturday Skin’s pink packaging is consistent with most of their products. The Waterfall Glacier Water Cream comes in a box and a tub that stick to that very millennial theme, bedazzled with a few metallic waterdrop designs that keep them from being too plain. As you unscrew the cap, you’d find another white plastic cap, further covering the surface from external elements. The only downside is that, since the moisturiser comes in a tub, I feel that it can be quite inconvenient. You have to dip your fingers a bit to get the product, and with this, I’m unable to control the amount I get. Also, even if I wash my hands prior to using, I feel like double dipping my fingers makes it unhygienic.

A packaging of a sheet mask and 3D cloud stickers

Cotton Cloud Probiotic Power Mask's packaging and the stickers that come with it

Likewise, the Saturday Skin Cotton Cloud Probiotic Power Mask uses metallic pink elements on its foil packaging. It’s pretty straightforward, much like other sheet masks — you just need to tear off the upper part to open it. What’s great about this one is that it comes with tiny, 3D cloud stickers that you can use with your stationeries or journals. However, if you’re planning to snap a photo of this one for your feed, it can be quite challenging. Because of the metallic film overlaying the cover, it’s pretty hard to get a clear shot of the brand name. The cloud stickers got stuck to the upper part of my packaging, too, so it covered that as well.


Waterfall Glacier Water Cream when opened and applied

Waterfall Glacier Water Cream had a water-gel texture that was silky and easy to spread. It had absolutely no scent, which I liked. A small pea-sized dab of the formula was enough for half of my face. My skin instantly drank it up and became soft after use. But because its tub packaging made it hard for me to control the amount I got, I tend to get more than needed. That happened more often than I wanted, and during the unlucky times that I applied too much, it felt heavy and sticky. As a result, my face broke out during three weeks of use that pimples popped up even in areas outside my T-zone, which is where I usually get them. Regardless whether I applied the optimum amount or not, my face was a bit greasier than usual when I wake up.

My experience with the Cotton Cloud Probiotic Mask wasn’t great at either. The sheet mask, which came in a netted backing to prevent it from sticking to itself, was soaked in thick, milky essence. The creamy formula was enriched with prebiotics and probiotics that promised instant radiance after use. After cleansing and toning, I applied the mask that had been sitting in my fridge hours prior, so it felt cool and refreshing. The sheet perfectly fit the contours of my round face and had large enough space for my eyes. Because it was packed with so much formula, it didn’t dry off even after 20 minutes. This mask’s scent didn’t appeal to me either. The scent was quite sterile for my taste — much like plastic and medicine. However, there was so much residue afterwards, even after I had spread it over to my neck and body. It took so long to dry out and the scent lingered. I felt extremely heavy and greasy after, I was itching to cleanse my face again.

Overall thoughts

Both Saturday Skin products received great reviews, with people complementing how light it felt on their skin. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case for me. I was disappointed because while they, indeed, made my skin feel softer after prolonged use, I felt that my skin also became a bit oilier. The Waterfall Glacier Water Cream would be okay if there was a way for me to consistently control the amount I get. The Cotton Cloud Probiotic Mask, on the other hand, wouldn’t be something I’d use in the future, mainly because of its overwhelming scent and after-effects. 

Saturday Skin products

The heaviness and stickiness I experienced with both, I believe, lies not with the product themselves, but with my skin and preferences. I have combination skin which seems to be more compatible with skincare containing BHAs that target extra sebum and acne. Since these two contain AHAs like glycolic acids, they’re better for those wanting more skin elasticity to battle anti-ageing and fine lines. I’m not fond of the thin residue AHAs leave that strengthens the moisture barrier. My skincare goals as of now don’t align with what they’re promising, so I’m giving them a pass.

In search of a moisturiser and a sunscreen in one? Perhaps this one is for you.



Tokyo White brings the latest Japanese skin whitening technology called Moistuwhite™ to the Philippines. In Japan, Bihaku skin (loosely translated as beautifully white skin) is not just about having a fair skin tone but also a blemish-free complexion that's smooth and plump. And while there are many ways available today to achieve a lighter skin tone, not all are created equal. Some can be drying and downright damaging to our skin. This is where the new Moistuwhite™ technology comes in.

Tokyo White

The set-up at the Tokyo White press lunch

Moistuwhite™ is a combination of natural ingredients that are developed to help women who wish to achieve the Bihaku look through the use of safe, well-researched and effective skin lightening ingredients. For their initial launch, Tokyo White introduced two premium whitening products: the Tokyo White Natural Whitening And Moisturizing Face & Body Soap and Tokyo White Natural Whitening And Moisturizing Body Lotion. Both products primarily use arbutin (derived from bearberry) and grape seed extract (blocks enzymes that breaks collagen and elastin) for its whitening and moisturising properties.

Tokyo White

Another whitening ingredient that's used for the lotion is glutathione which is known to be very effective in inhibiting pigments that can cause discolouration. Other notable ingredients that make up Moistuwhite™ are vitamin E (blocks free radicals) and vitamin C (removes dead skin cells).

Tokyo White products are now available at Watsons Philippines, Robinsons Supermarket, Merrymart, Landmark, Shopee and BeautyMNL



We’ve all fallen guilty to not giving our feet the attention they deserve. They carry us — literally — everywhere we need to go. Which means they also get tired, calloused and beaten up from all the (leg) work (pun intended). The skin on our feet is also naturally dry. And since we use our feet a lot and sometimes just can’t resist a good pair of heels, we end up getting cracked heels. If you’re a stockings wearer, this means the constant rubbing with cracked heels can wear your pairs out faster. But even if you don’t wear stockings often, it’s no secret that cracked heels can be uncomfortable (not to mention annoying). So it’s important to refresh your feet by removing dead, dry skin and reveal its natural softness. How? Meet Baby Foot.

We’ve all coveted skin that’s as smooth as a baby’s. But did you know that you can achieve it not just for your face but also your feet? Baby Foot is a peeling mask that exfoliates and removes the dry, cracked skin on the feet — this reveals smooth, renewed skin!

It’s made with natural ingredients — 17 to be exact — so your skin peels thoroughly but gently. Aside from exfoliating, these ingredients also deliver nourishing benefits. You’ll feel at ease with Horsetail Herb, Watercress, Sage, Clematis, Apple, Meadowsweet, Burdock Root, Orange, Tea Plant, Chameleon, Bladderwrack, Chamomile, Lemon, Soapwort, Ivy, Camel Grass and Grapefruit as the stars of this product.

Aside from giving you soft skin, it also helps deal with foot odour by removing dead skin that’s a thriving ground for bacteria. The fun part? It’s easy to use — no need for scrubbing or scraping, and you don’t need to do it often. Do it twice a year, and you’re good. If your cracked heels are more serious, though, it’s safe to bump up the use at once every two months. Soak your feet in warm water first. Then, simply slip your feet into the gel packs and leave them on for 30 minutes before rinsing the product off. Within three to five days, your feet’s skin will peel off to reveal something softer and smoother — just like a baby’s.

Baby Foot is available on Tokyoninki and at all SaSa and Watsons stores in Malaysia.

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