[Battle Review] Mustika Ratu Peeling Mundisari & Zoya Exfoliating Cream


Today will be my most favorite post. It's battle review. Today battle review is to compare two drugstore exfoliating products. They are Mustika Ratu Peeling Mundisari and Zoya Exfoliating Cream Normal to Dry. 

Both products

That two products are made in Indonesia. One is from Mustika Ratu, a brand that is famous for its traditional and natural ingredients. Another, Zoya, is new brand that focus on Muslim make up and skin care. Both also in the same range price. The packaging is also similar.

Few months a go I already reviewed the Mustika Ratu Peeling Mundisari. You can read its review here.

Zoya specifically says that their product that is for normal to dry skin. They have other product for oily skin. While Mustika Ratu is suitable for every type of skins. Zoya says that their product helps remove dead skin cell and has function as a deep cleanser. Mustika Ratu also says that their product helps cleanse and exfoliate dead skin cells. The function of both products are same.

Zoya's ingredients

For the ingredients of Zoya, you can see on the picture above.  Below are the Mustika Ratu Peeling Mundisari's ingredients : 
Aqua, Propylene Glycol, Stearic Acid, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Dimethicone, Dicalcium Phosphate Dihydrate, Sodium Lactate, Ethoxydiglycol, PEG-26 Jojoba Acid, PEG-26 Jojoba Alcohol, Butylene Glycol, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Trideceth-9 Simmondsia Sinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Curcuma heyneana Root Extract Triethanolamin, Trigonella Foenum Graecum (Fenogreek) Extract, Murraya exotica Leaf Extract, Acrylates/C 10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Methylparaben, Allantoin, Propylparaben, Parfume, Sodium Sulfate, CI 19140, CI 42090


Texture and consistency of Zoya is smoother and watery than Mustika Ratu. Both products are white. Mustika Ratu has traditional fragrant while Zoya has chemical/bitter scent. I don't taste it but, from the smell, Zoya is bitter. 

How to use : 
1. Zoya : Apply onto face. Massage gently until the scrub becomes drop. Cleanse with water. Dry with towel.
2. Mustika Ratu : Apply onto face and neck. Avoid eyes area. Wait untill half dry and then gently rub off the powder. Rinse with water. 

The difference

Result :
The products work differently. While using Mustika Ratu, you have to wait until the product half dry. You don't need to do that with Zoya. As you can see, the particle of Mustika Ratu is dirtier than Zoya, I assume that Mustika Ratu cleans better. But the number of Zoya's particle is more than Mustika Ratu's, so Zoya may clean better.  I don't know, which is better. You have to massage hard with Mustika Ratu, but you just need to massage gently with Zoya. If you have dry skin, you can try Zoya. If you don't know your skin yet, you can try Mustika Ratu. 

Which one is the winner?
Hmmm... Both has positive and negative. 
1. Mustika Ratu 
+ Cleanse dead skin better ( I think).
- You have to wait until half dry.
- Rub your face off quite hard to remove the dirt and dead skin cells.

2. Zoya
+ Watery. Just massage gently as soon as you apply the product.
- Bitter scent.

Price : 
Mustika Ratu : IDR 16,000 (USD 1.2) for 60 gr.
Zoya : IDR 23,000 (USD 2) for 40 ml. 

Score : Both get 8/10.


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