Today, I am going to review a much-raved product from the brand “Innisfree.” For those who do not know Innisfree, it’s a South Korean, naturalism-oriented cosmetics brand. Innisfree is known for using all natural ingredients for making their products. Off late, I am loving Korean brands a lot – now this one after Etude House. So today, I am reviewing a sheet mask from their very famous “Green Tea” range. Read on to know more about this product.
A microfiber mask delivering the moisturizing energy of Jeju green tea.
Approximately Rs. 200 for 1 sheet mask, weight 26.8 gm.
My Experience with Innisfree It’s Real Green Tea Mask:
The packaging is very simple yet very chic. There is a provision to tear open the pack easily, but be careful because the packet is so small that the mask tends to settle towards the top, so try your best not to rip through the mask as you’re opening it. The packet contains one sheet, fully soaked in serum. The packet does not contain serum in excess, just the right amount, so that the mask is fully saturated in serum.
The mask sheet is made of very high quality cotton and is very soft and gentle on skin. The sheets are not very thick and are easy to work with. The mask smells exactly like green tea, so fresh and rejuvenating. It is a perfect smell to give you a refreshing experience while it is on and relaxes your mood to a great extent. It is not too strong to bother you as you have to keep it for 20-25 minutes. I enjoyed it thoroughly.
The serum is very light and thin in consistency unlike some masks which contain thick, milk-like sticky serum. As I have mentioned before, the serum is not in excess and does not drip from the sheet, which is the best part.
Coming to the shape, this mask is an average fit for your face. Unlike other sheet masks that I have tried, this one was best of the lot, only it did not fit around my nose. I had used the mask straight after washing my face with a mild wash. I kept it on for 25-30 minutes till the sheet became 70% dry and maximum serum was absorbed. When I removed it, I could feel a light layer of serum all over my face which was sticky. So, I massaged it further for 5 minutes till it completely sank into my skin.
I did not notice any significant change right after application, but after an hour or so, my skin started looking clearer and radiant. And not only did it hydrate my skin, it also felt less sticky (but it was sticky to an extent throughout the day till I washed my face).
As you all know that, green tea is a great option to treat acne as it has abundant antioxidants that could help in reducing acne situation, so I don’t really worry about the stickiness. The effect lasted for a long time, my face was looking as if I had gotten a facial. It looked supple and hydrated. Overall, I am very happy with the results.
Pros of Innisfree It’s Real Green Tea Mask:
- Serum is thin and light in texture.
- Mask does not contain serum in excess.
- Smells very nice and gives a nice relaxing feeling while it’s on the face.
- Makes skin radiant and clear.
- Effects are long lasting.
- Hydrates skin well.
- Contains natural products.
- Awesome list of ingredients.
Cons of Innisfree It’s Real Green Tea Mask:
- Skin feels a bit sticky post application.
Would I Repurchase Can Innisfree It’s Real Green Tea Mask Make Your Skin Radiant??
I have already got four more 🙂
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Innisfree Eco Safety Perfect Sunblock – Long Lasting SPF50
Innisfree Eco Safety Nail Polish 101: Possible Mermaid’s Dream Dupe
Innisfree Eco Natural Green Tea BB Cream #2 Natural Beige
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