I like Innisfree for the fact that it’s a Korean brand and is known for supereffective skincare products. I find everything attractive when I enter Innisfree stores. As soon as I tried this range, I got captivated by its fragrance. I got this particular jelly softener as I was in search of a mild exfoliator. Read on to know how it worked for me.
Price: Rs 900 for 180 ml
Innisfree’s Wine Peeling Softener is a soothing and clarifying treatment for newly exfoliated skin. It helps the skin recover faster and generate new and healthy skin cells fast. It softens dead skin cells which completely eliminates them. It also supplies abundant nutrients and moisture onto the skin to keep it soft and firm. This is formulated to be hypoallergenic and is therefore suitable for those who have sensitive skin. Enriched with wine extracts from France, Wine creates a clear and smooth jelly-like skin by gently lifting away dead skin cells and providing hydrating moisture.
Key ingredients include Wine Extract, Grape Seed Extract, Dimethicone, PEG-100 Stearate, Carbomer, Xanthan Gum, Ethylhexylglycerin, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium.
How to use:
After cleansing, dispense a proper amount of the softener onto a cotton pad. Sweep the pad gently all over the face and neck until residues start to ball up. Rinse off with lukewarm water and refine skin with toner.
My Take on Innisfree Wine Peeling Jelly Softener:
Packaging: I really like the packaging of this product. It is a quite sturdy bottle which is not prone to breaking. Also, there is a double cap which ensures double safety and prevents the product from spilling.
I love its fragrance the most. I use it once a week. Whenever I open the bottle, I kind of keep smelling it for about 10 minutes or so because it is that great. I feel like I am walking in vineyards.
The texture is smooth and quite runny. It feels watery when poured onto the palm. When applied on face, after few minutes when you rub your face in small circular motions, dead skin starts peeling off. It doesn’t harm the skin at all. Skin feels soft and smooth to touch after peeling. I noticed it does nothing for blackheads and whiteheads as it is really mild. It just scrubs off the dead topmost layer in a gentle manner. It is very much suited for sensitive skin. Also it leaves the skin really moisturised and hydrated and doesn’t take the natural oils away from the skin. It’s a big yayy for me as I have seen products which are really harsh on the skin and strip skin of its natural moisture.
Pros of Innisfree Wine Peeling Jelly Softener:
• Enriched with plant extracts.
• Exfoliates gently.
• Amazing for sensitive skin.
• Fragrance is to die for (at least for me).
• Sturdy packaging.
• Leaves skin smooth and soft.
• Doesn’t strip skin of its natural moisture.
Cons of Innisfree Wine Peeling Jelly Softener:
• Ain’t a total hassle free product.
• Application is a bit tricky.
• I feel it’s for people who have a good skin as it’s a mild exfoliator.
IMBB Rating: 3/5
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Innisfree Wine Peeling Jelly Softener?
I won’t really repurchase this particular product (the huge bottle will last long). But I look forward to try other products from this range. I would suggest it to only those who already have good skin and are in search of a mild exfoliator. It does what it claims.
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