Innisfree New My Real Squeeze Mask Acai Berry Review:
I bought this mask when I ordered a bunch of stuff – but guess what? It wasn’t enough for free shipping! So, between paying 2.5$ for shipping and 1.1$ for a mask… Well, duh, that’s an easy choice hehe. Anyway, I ended up choosing Acai Berry simply because the package was pretty. And I hear it’s some sort of super food, so, since I can’t eat them I thought of feeding it to my face!
[vitality and elasticity]
+ The rich nutrition of the tightly squeezed Acai Berries is resilient and refreshing.
+ A rich cream-type real mask.
+ Contains rich nutrients and antioxidants.
+ Gives you a fresh skin.
+ Easy peel design application.
+ By attaching a handle to the top of the sheet, it can be used more easily when attaching and removing sheets.
Water, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Cetyl Ethylhexanoate, Caprylic / Capric Triglyceride, Dimethicone, Acai Palm Extract, Polyglyceryl-3 Methyl Glucoside Distearate, Glyceryl Stearate, Peg-100 Stearate, Centella Asiatica Extract, Peony Root Extract, 1,2-hexanediol, Chamomile Flower Extract, Carbomer, Glyceryl Caprylate, Tromethamine, Xanthan Gum, Ethylhexyl Glycerin, Disodium Iodide, Fragrance, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Sodium Hyaluronate, Citrus Unshiu Peel extract, Orchid Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Camellia Japonica Leaf Extract, Opuntia Coccinellifera Fruit Extract
How to use:
1. After cleansing, refine the skin texture with a toner.
2. Remove the mask and apply evenly to the entire face except the eyes and mouth.
3. After 10 ~ 20 minutes remove the sheet and absorb the remaining liquid by tapping lightly.
My Skin Type: Combination (dry U oily T), sensitive, needs elasticity, hydration and moisture.
Innisfree New My Real Squeeze Mask Acai Berry Review:
The mask pouch opens as easily as the Green Tea one from the collection – and I’m guessing like every mask from the collection. It just slides open easily, no problem at all. I guess the only time when this will be bothersome is if the mask slides up and blocks the opening way!
Now you can see here it’s a cream-type essence. Which means that I will apply it not after the toner, but after my hydrating essence. I’ll use this mask instead of my lotion/emulsion.
Cute detail that the title and the check marks are painted in purple (acai color, matching the hashtags on the front of the pack).
The mask slides off the pouch with no struggle and it doesn’t get crumpled nor doesn’t it partially unfold like in some masks. It also unfolds super easily, and you can feel right away how light and fluffy the mask is, and imagine it right away on your skin.
The mask fit is decent, nothing special, medium adherence. I just really don’t like those bear ears. They are cute, that’s not even up for discussion, but I have to fold the mask or it’ll get on my hair – and for that they are useless. In theory, they make it easier to peel the mask off later, and easier to apply it to begin with – but I don’t feel any difference between this and a normal mask.
The mask did burn a little on the patches that I have extra sensitive today, but I’m sure on a normal skin day it wouldn’t have burned. Or sting, I’m not sure which sensation either since it disappeared quite quickly.
There is not much essence left in the pouch but it is enough to apply it as a second layer of essence (instead of the lotion).
Honestly, they say it’s a cream essence but it’s actually a lotion type.
Anyway, it spreads super easily, absorbs quickly, and leaves just a little bit of stickiness after it absorbs. If they released this as an actual lotion I would enjoy it a lot!
The scent is of citrus (again, why? You have BERRIES – use them as a base!!!!) but it is a nice scent and I don’t think it’ll bother anyone.
After the time is up the mask has started drying a little, so I decide to remove it.
It does nourish the skin as they promise, and it made my pores prettier (but just a little). It calmed down my skin but all the redness around my nose stayed there – so, nothing overwhelming.
My skin feels way less stretched more relaxed, and I did enjoy this lotion a lot!
It feels like a 15 minute mask version of the Innisfree Orchid Fluid.
I enjoyed this mask but for the result in the end I would rather use the Orchid Fluid and a healing mask separately. This mask’s results are definitely not ones that show as much as feel.
I recommend if you like berries (but again, it doesn’t smell like berries), or if you do like to mask a lot because this is an affordable option. It makes the skin feel with more vitality, but nothing overwhelming either – I would still apply some essence or lotion for vitality.
It is also highly moisturizing for combination and oily skin, even during dry season – which can be good but is also a thing to be careful. For example, in the summer I wouldn’t use it as a day mask. It is not particularly sticky or anything, but I needed soothing gel to settle all the moisture.
Overall a nice and decent mask, especially for the price when it doesn’t even have promotions – but I’ll try other ones from the collection, and even if I dislike all the others I would probably just get the green tea one again.
In my point of view, whereas the green tea mask was definitely an improvement, this one was even a small step down from the previous version. Much prettier design though.
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