Skin Tone: Light to Medium with warm undertones
Skin Type: Combination
Innisfree is a very famous Korean skincare brand. As I am trying to incorporate Korean 10-step skincare routine into my daily skincare routine, I thought of purchasing the Innisfree Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack. The sleeping pack is usually the last step of the routine. You are supposed to massage the sleeping pack on to your skin and rinse it up in the morning. Read on further for more details on this mask.
$11.00 USD for 80 ml.
A hydrating sleeping pack-enriched with red wine extracts from France-helps gently lift away dead skin cells and provide moisture. Creates clear and elastic jelly-like skin with its shape-memory barrier-unveils a softer smoother more radiant and revived complexion-to use: apply an appropriate amount to face as the last skincare step avoiding eye and lip area. Gently massage into skin before bedtime. Rinse off with water the next morning product line: night care product size: 80ml/2.71 oz.
My Experience with Innisfree Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack:
Innisfree Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack comes in a standard purple plastic tub. The top of the tub has an Innisfree logo on it and the sides of the tub has the sticker Innisfree wine jelly sleeping pack. The bottom of the tub has the description of the product in Korean. Since the sleeping pack comes in a tub, I feel they should have provided a small spatula to dispense the product out. Overall, the packaging is not super class but sturdy and travel friendly.
The wine jelly sleeping pack has a strong grape wine scent to it. I personally love the wine scent; however, if you are sensitive to strong scents, then this sleeping pack is not for you. The fragrance lingers for the first five minutes of application, so it won’t disturb your sleep. The scent to me is not overwhelming.
The texture of the sleeping pack is very unique. The sleeping pack has a jelly-like texture to it. After scooping out some of the product, if there is a dent in the sleeping pack, it settles into its normal perfect smoothness within 10 minutes. The sleeping pack is very smooth and soft. You can easily spread the sleeping pack all over your face. The sleeping pack gets easily absorbed into my skin even with a thick layer of skincare underneath. The sleeping pack is not at all greasy or oily. It is very relaxing once you apply this pack and go to sleep.
I apply a tiny amount of sleeping pack on my face since I already have layers of skincare underneath and I generally have oily skin. It works really well overnight. My skin, the next morning, feels really hydrated and moisturised. I didn’t notice any difference on my acne scars and blemishes.
Since Innisfree boosts of natural ingredients in their products, I feel that the product overall keeps my skin supple and healthy. This sleeping mask is mainly for hydration, so overall, I am happy with the results I got from this sleeping pack.
Pros of Innisfree Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack:
- Sturdy and travel-friendly packaging.
- Really soothing wine fragrance.
- Fun jelly texture.
- Smooth and easy application.
- Hydrates very well.
Cons of Innisfree Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack:
- Doesn’t come with a spatula.
- Strong initial scent.
- Does not do anything for blemishes or my uneven skin tone.
Do I Recommend Innisfree Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack?
Yes, I do recommend this since it’s a good hydrating sleeping pack.
Would I Repurchase Innisfree Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack?
No, I will repurchase it.
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