By Swati Kumar
Skin Type: Combination
Today, I will be reviewing another new launch by Innisfree – the Red Kiwi Capsule Recipe Pack. The red kiwi variant is a wash-off scrub, the other scrub pack from this range is the seaweed variant. To know more about this product and how it fared for me, please keep on reading.
150 INR for 10 ml.
Skin exfoliating, complexion care with red kiwi ingredients (Containing 1,000 ppm of kiwi extract). A moisturizing texture containing kiwi seeds and micro scrubs. A wash-off pack after gently massaging on the skin.
The ingredients of note include shea butter, coconut oil, almond oil, glycerine, lecithin, hyaluronic acid, ceramide etc. It also contains extracts of kiwi seed, kiwi fruit, algae, fig, macadamia seed etc. It contains added fragrance and a dye.
How To Use:
After cleansing, apply the desired amount and gently massage onto the entire face. Rinse with warm water after 10 minutes.
My Experience with Innisfree Red Kiwi Capsule Recipe Pack:
This capsule recipe pack comes in the improved version of the brown tub that was used earlier. The tub is sturdy and has two lids, the top one closes down completely, making it spill proof; hence making it travel friendly. It has an olive green label on the top with an image indicating the main ingredient. The packaging is quite cute and is a great addition to my dresser. The new variants have interesting ingredients, and I had to try all three of them. The bottom of the tub has a label with all other information such as ingredients, directions for use etc. It does not contain any information on the benfits of the pack. The amount of scrub pack in this again seems quite less.
The color of the product is off white in colour and has black kiwi seeds dispersed in it. It also has tiny micro scrub particles. The texture of this scrub pack is quite thick; almost like a body butter and a little amount goes a long way. The fragrance is of kiwi and is quite strong. I am not sure if I like the fragrance. The fragrance wears off after the pack is washed off.
Coming to the actual application of the product, since it is so thick, it feels very nourishing and hydrating on the face. On massaging this into my skin, the scrub particles and kiwi seeds slough off dead skin cells. The kiwi seeds feel slightly abrasive on the face and care must be taken while exfoliating the face with the seeds. The mask feels quite thick and heavy on the face.
After washing my face, it feels super moisturized and plump. Moreover, my skin feels smooth and clean. It also brightens my complexion to an extent. The texture of my skin becomes even after using this pack. This pack would be great for people with combination skin as it moisturizes the dry spots and removes any dead skin cells without stripping the skin of natural oils. Overall, it is a very interesting product from Innisfree.
Pros of Innisfree Red Kiwi Capsule Recipe Pack:
- Improved packaging.
- Travel friendly.
- Great for short trips.
- Gently removes dead skin cells.
Cons of Innisfree Red Kiwi Capsule Recipe Pack:
- Contains added fragrance and a dye.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Innisfree Red Kiwi Capsule Recipe Pack?
It is a very interesting product and worked really well for my skin. I would definitely repurchase this and recommend it to people with dry skin who have trouble finding a good scrub for their skin.
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