Review: Sui Sui x Day Mellow Amazon Belief Line

Day Mellow Amazon Belief Line

Thankful to SuiSui for giving me the chance to try these products from Day Mellow which I was luckily chosen in their Review Event. They’ve sent me three products namely: Amazon Belief Deep Clay Cleansing Foam, Amazon Belief ± Zero Balancing Peeling Pad and Amazon Belief Protection Andirova Sunblock SPF 50+ PA ++++

Day Mellow Amazon Belief Deep Clay Cleansing Foam

Claims: It contains 1000ppm White Clay and Tea Tree Extract to revitalize fatigued skin and help regulate sebum secretion.
Its rich foam absorbs and washes away impurities and fine dust leaving skin clean and clear.

Key Ingredients:
Kaolin (Amazonian White Clay) – absorbs impurities
Tea tree – soothes skin
⚠️ Loaded with essential oils
Orange peel oil, Lemon peel oil, Bergamot oil, Lavender oil, Basil oil, Pelargonium Graveolens flower oil and Alcohol

Full Ingredients
Test it on my pH strips, sadly is a high pH cleanser

Packaging – tube type packaging
Volume – 150ml
Scent – smells like a typical drugstore cleanser
Texture – opaque white, thick and creamy turns into a foamy one

My Experience:
I tested this cleanser for five days straight (night time routine) to see how it’ll work for me sadly I didn’t liked this cause it made me breakout. This is your typical rich and foamy cleanser, the scent is a bit strong too. I don’t really like that it’s too stripping and drying for my combination skin, it’s a high pH cleanser and test in between 8-9. After using this constantly my skin felt tight and dry and lacks moisture and suppleness too. Though I think it cleanses my skin and remove all the dirt and grimes I don’t like the squeaky clean feeling it gives after every wash. It contains some essential oils too which I tend to be mindful coz my skin has been acting negatively with essential oils just recently.

Day Mellow Amazonian Belief ± Zero Balancing Peeling Pad

Contains antioxidant ingredients of Amazon Acai Berry, which helps skin improve elasticity. PHA absorbs skin impurities which allow gentle exfoliating on skin to optimize pH5.5 balance.

Close up shot of the embossed side

Key Ingredients:
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract – can help soothe the skin and act as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Centella Asiatica Extract – contains “Madecassoside” that boosts antioxidant activity at the site of wounds, strengthening the skin
Acai Berry Extract
PHA – (Poly Hydroxy Acids, Gluconolactone) – melts away dead skin cells
⚠️ Loaded with essential oils
Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil, Citrus Tangerina (Tangerine) Peel Oil, Litsea Cubeba Fruit Oil and some fruit extracts too

Full Ingredients

Packaging – flip top tub packaging (no tweezers)
Volume – 70 pads (175ml)
Scent – fresh and lemony
Texture – has smooth and embossed side

My Experience: This peeling pad aims to gently exfoliate dead skin cells and helps with textured skin. It has two sides smooth and embossed side and has a good amount of essence too. According to studies PHA is gentle and safe for everyday use and suitable for sensitive skin. Tried using this during my night routine, it smells citrusy and felt a bit tingly as for my experience. I’m still skeptical to use this coz this product is loaded with potential irritants. Yes you read it right it has essential oils, which we all know it can be sensitizing. Too bad my skin cannot tolerate essential oils in my routine knowing it has more than one in the ingredient list. I think I’ve used this maximum of five times only, I don’t wanna risk as my skin is very sensitive at the moment so I can’t really tell if it’s effective or not. But for my point of view you can use this maybe maximum of twice a week and be sure that you’re not sensitive with essential oils and always patch test your product.


Light-weight milky cream type sunblock that helps to prevent sun damage during the daily activity with High SPF50+/PA++++ rate which firmly protects skin from UV rays.

Key Ingredients:
Homosalate – absorbs short-wave UVB rays.
Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate or Octinoxate – used in products that are applied to the skin to absorb, reflect or scatter UV rays.
Ethylhexyl Salicylate – is an organic compound used as an ingredient in sunscreens and cosmetics to absorb UVB rays.
Bis-ethylhexyloxyphenol Methoxyphenyl Triazine – an organic UV filter found in over-the-counter sunscreen products. It primarily absorbs UVA rays.
Andiroba Seed Oil – help the skin feeling moisturized without the sticky feeling
⚠️ Orange peel oil (can cause photosensitivity)

Packaging – spout pouch
Volume – 20ml
Scent – orangey
Texture – white and lightweight lotion like texture

Full Ingredients

My Experience: This is a chemical sunscreen which protects you from harmful UVA and UVB rays. I’ve used this sunblock daily in my morning routine. What I like about this is its really lightweight and leaves no tackiness at all. It has high sun protection too, knowing its a broad spectrum sunscreen. It feels nice on my skin, very moisturizing and gives a dewy finish. The only drawback is that it contains orange peel oil, a type of essential oil can be be very sensitizing and its photosensitive too. As I said I am mindful of essential oils so after testing it for about a week I decided not to use this anymore coz I don’t wanna take the risk and cause more harm with my irritated skin.

Overall thoughts and experience: I am quite disappointed that few brand still uses essential oils in their skincare products. As much as possible I want to limit using products with essential oils. Yes they can be pleasing with our sensorial experience as it smells good however using products with fragrance can cause more harm to our skin in the long run.

Products were sent by SuiSui PH as part of their #SUISUIShareWithMe event on Instagram. All thoughts and opinions are based solely on my own experience. Always remember your mileage may vary. If you still want to try these you can check it on their Instagram, Shopee and Lazada account.

Published by myskindetails

Skincare junkie

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