[REVIEW] New Innisfree Pocket Shake Modeling Mask Vitalizing + Cooling Rose

Innisfree Pocket Shake Modeling Mask Vitalizing + Cooling Rose was purchased by Cosmeperks.

I was soooo excited when they first released this a few days ago! I don’t have a big experience with modeling masks because they tend to be pricey, but I do enjoy applying them. So far, I enjoy applying them even when the results are disappointing, so whereas they are expensive it’s this small pleasure I always enjoy. Besides, I love Innisfree!


+ Modeling pack that was bothersome and difficult now it’s in a pocket! There are plenty of needed materials for a normal mask, dusting and cleaning, but the pocket is all you need.

+ Moisturizing power of oil gel squeezed out of the fresh raw material, and the cooling effect of essential water meet and relax the skin comfortably.

+ Just like the rubber pack of a professional aesthetic shop, the cooling feeling is intact, and the moisture is UP!



Cetyl Ethyl Hexanoate, Peg-8 Glyceryl Isostearate, Algin (40,000 Ppm), Trihydroxystearin, Calcium Sulfate, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, 1,2-hexanediol, Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate, Damask Rose Flower (4,000 Ppm), Rose Oil (100 Ppm), Allantoin (1 Ppm), Panthenol (1 Ppm), Madecasosside (0.0001 Ppm), Purified Water, Butylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexyl Glycerin


Purified Water, 1,2-hexanediol, Dipropylene Glycol, Damask Rose Extract (50 Ppm), Allantoin (1 Ppm), Panthenol (1 Ppm), Madecassoside(0.0001 Ppm), Peg-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Peppermint Oil, Butylene Glycol, Dextrin, Cacao Extract, Cyanocobalamine, Rose Oil (200 Ppm), Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexyl Glycerin

Innisfree Pocket Shake Modeling Mask Vitalizing + Cooling Rose Review

Volume: 50ml

How to use:

1 – Fold the contents along the dotted lines on the back of the product.

2 – Hold both ends of the folded part between the thumb and forefinger as shown in the figure and press it with force.

3 – Slide the top contents all the way into the bottom pocket and shake until it does not choke (30 seconds).

4 – Lightly pinch the pouch (30 seconds) and open the bottom of the pocket. Squeeze the opening part face-to-face and spread evenly with one finger.

5 – After 25-30 minutes, remove the modeling pack from the lower edge and let the remaining essence tap lightly.

*You can find the video instructions on Innisfree website.

My Skin Type: Combination (dry U oily T), sensitive, needs elasticity, hydration and moisture.

Innisfree Pocket Shake Modeling Mask Vitalizing + Cooling Rose Review:

Innisfree Pocket Shake Modeling Mask Vitalizing + Cooling Rose Review
The design is pretty, simple and even without reading the description it’s easy to understand how it’s supposed to be used. If I were to complain, which I will of course, is that they wrote the brand name in shiny medium (not dark not light) letters so you can only read it from certain angles! Other than that I have zero complaints. 

Innisfree Pocket Shake Modeling Mask Vitalizing + Cooling Rose Review
The first is a photo to show you the products. Since I am supposed to mix them in a closed package I can’t swatch or open them, so this is the best I can do.

The second is a photo just to exemplify how you’re supposed to do it. However I tell you I had a real struggle to actually do it! It took me almost 4 minutes to do it, I even made a video because I was so frustrated. 

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After it pops in (and the pop sound is small, but you will feel it going in after the struggle) the top part invades the bottom one (third image). You must push it aaaaaall inside, and then shake it for 30 seconds. You will also feel when it’s well mixed because it stops feeling liquid. And then it looks like in the second photo. 

Innisfree Pocket Shake Modeling Mask Vitalizing + Cooling Rose Review
Application time! Finally! Just tear the tip of the pouch open, squeeze it onto your finger and apply. This has truly been the cleanest modeling mask ever. Not only mixing, but also applying! Nothing fell out of place.
I put it on all of my face and under my chin, also a little on my neck to check for reactions since my neck has been sensitive, and I still have some left inside the pouch. 

You can see here how it’s so dense it doesn’t drip. Also one of the reasons why it’s so clean! The Missha Homemade modeling masks literally drip everywhere, I even feel them melting down my face as it happens. But not this one! 

The scent is not strong but you can feel it once the mask is squeezed out of the pouch. It’s not a bad scent but honestly it’s terribly disappointing. This is a rose petal oil gel and rose essential water mask, but the smell is… the mint filling of After Eight except less intense. There is a hint of rose but I can’t stop thinking of After Eight all throughout the application. 

Anyway, the mask is fresh but any non-heating modeling mask would be this fresh. Honestly it doesn’t deserve to be called cooling, at least for now. If my skin feels cool afterwards I’ll definitely let you know. It does feel relaxing, and fresh (not only in temperature, but the actual feeling). 

Innisfree Pocket Shake Modeling Mask Vitalizing + Cooling Rose Review
This mask has a big inconvenience which is it’s a 30 minute mask. Modeling masks do tend to be longer in the application time, but we don’t always have 30 minutes to spare to take care of our skins! So my advice right away is to use this mask with the purpose of relaxation, since it takes time and it does indeed relax while wearing it. 

In under 10 minutes it was solid enough to put my glasses on, but it keeps being moist to the touch until the very end (just like the Missha one for moisture). 

Even though the mask has oil, after your skin rests a little after removing it there is no grease on the skin at all. But still the feeling of oil at first exists, just the feeling. 

In my personal opinion the pores look nice but for some reason my skin has now red spots that I didn’t have before application. It doesn’t hurt at all, in fact my skin feels very comfortable. The feeling after the mask is truly relaxed and I feel more perked up, even though for some reason the skin doesn’t show it. 

It’s a good mask in general, but the results were a bit of a let down because of the red spots that have… no reason for being there! I guess the mask isn’t hydrating enough for my skin to handle 30 minutes, or something. But I loved the feeling and the relaxation and will definitely try the hydrating mask. 

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Since I don’t know if I should recommend it or not, I will let you decide for yourselves: 

Feeling while applying 5/5 
Feeling after masking 4/5 
Scent and comfort 5/5 
Results 3/5 
Leftover sebum after mask, zero. 

But in the end is it weird if I personally liked it? The struggle to mix it was big but everything was so clean, and yes I had red spots afterwards (which took over 1 day to disappear but eh).

I also must add that my skin was comfortable and moisturized the whole day (well, from 5 in the afternoon to midday the next day) without unusual sebum production (and I used a sleeping mask), and that I didn’t need to use mist during the day (afternoon and morning) because my skin didn’t feel stretchy during the day. 

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