I have combination skin. The moment I hit mid twenties, I have been having minor pore issues on my nose area. Naturally, I am always on the lookout for products that would help me get rid of the pores or “refine “them.While searching for a mask to purify skin and improve the skin texture; I read some rave reviews about this Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay mask. I promptly got into the buying frenzy mode and jumped the gun to buy Innisfree mask! Read on if buying this Innisfree Clay Mask was a wise or an unwise decision!
Rs 1499 for 100 ml
How to Use:
This mask is quite thick. Mix it with rose water and apply a thick layer all over face and neck.
My Experience with Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask
This face mask comes in a small tub. The mask is quite thick in consistency. I don’t know if the one I got was dried up or all the face masks are like this. This mask is super doper thick. It is a pain trying to make it into a spreadable paste. I mix it with lots of rose water. You can use the facial mist of your choice. It will take anywhere between 5-7 minutes of rigorous mixing to even get a consistency close to being suitable for applying. I feel like giving it 0 points for this factor itself.
The face mask once applied does give a very cooling feeling to the skin. The really good aspect is that it does not dry out like regular clay masks. So you don’t need to worry about it causing wrinkles or dry skin. I apply this mask and let it sit for about 20 minutes. As a matter of fact, I have applied it on my face right now while I am writing this blog post 😛
This mask does leave you skin feeling clean. BUT, there is nothing great or wow about it. I myself am using it just to finish the bottle. So while it will not damage your skin, it is definitely NOT the product that people should be raving about.
- Does not dry completely-no wrinkles
- Does not dry skin out
- Sufficiently Cleans the skin
- Natural Ingredients
- Pathetic dried out texture
- Very difficult to use
- Nothing wow about it
- Not value for money
Overall Would I repurchase and recommend?
Nope, Nada! I think this one is a spectacular waste of money. Not recommended. There are other fish…oh masks in sea 😉
More Clay Masks ?
- Freeman Mint & Lemon Clay Mask Review
- Innisfree Super volcanic Clay Mousse Mask Review
- Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Review | Usage | Benefits