Who’s it for? The Innisfree Bija Trouble Mask can be used by anyone with oily, acne-prone skin.
Price: Rs. 900 for 120 ml.
Sensitive skin alert? No.
Key ingredients: Bija Seed Oil, Green Calamine, Salicylic Acid (2%).
How to use it? Apply after cleansing. The mask does not dry, so leave on for 15 minutes and wash off. Apply 1-2 times every week.
My Experience with Innisfree Bija Trouble Mask
Packaging: The mask comes in a blue tube with a sturdy cap.
Color and Texture: The color of the mask is white, with a hint of blue. It has a toothpaste-like texture.
Fragrance: The mask has a minty-chemically fragrance.
My experience: The Bija range from Innisfree is formulated for “troubled” skin. It has a high concentration of salicylic acid, which is suitable for oily, acne-prone skin. I ordered this when I was suffering from fungal acne, but I didn’t notice much difference in my skin even after using it consistently for 2 months. Maybe it does not work on all kinds of acne. Also, the fragrance is a bit overbearing. The only thing that I liked was the cooling effect that it gave to the skin.
- Cools the skin.
- Contains Salicylic Acid, which is great for oily, acne-prone skin.
- Strong scent.
- It May only work on a certain type of acne.
Would I repurchase or recommend?
In my opinion, it’s a decent product. It didn’t work for me, but may work on some people. So, if you struggle with acne and are looking for something that might work, you can give this a try.
My rating: 3/5
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