Innisfree It’s Real Squeeze Mask | Aloe | Review

I do love Innisfree. However, I am not biased when I judge their products – what happens is that in the end I like their products more than I like other companies’ in general (a couple of exceptions do exist, of course). So, when I first received an Aloe squeeze mask as a shopping gift, my first thought was to judge it hard. Aloe doesn’t really match my body (as said by my Korean medicine doctor – and confirmed on those times I decided to ignore him and do the opposite of what he said). But I did receive a free mask and decided to try it – why not?

Claims:

  • To have the true moisture of aloe.
  • Takes the pure moisture of aloe and abundantly moisturizes tired skin and repairs it.
  • Having the key ingredient Aloe, has a calming and hydrating effect on tired skin and helps cultivate a lively skin.
  • It has key ingredients from Jeju (green tea, persimmons, angelica plant, camellia leaves, orchid) which make the skin healthy.
  • It also claims to be a three layered sheet: The three layers that the sheet consists of allow it to keep its moisture for a long time, and that allows the essence’s nutrients to furnish the skin and make the absorption high.

Ingredients:

Water, Propanediol, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Alcohol, Betaine, Citrus Paradise (Grapefruit) Fruit Extract, Aloe Barba Densis Leaf Juice, Peg-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Xanthan Gum, Carbomer, Ethylhexyl Glycerin, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium Hyaluronate, Citrus Unshiu Peel Extract, Orchid Extract, Camellia Sinesis Leaf Extract, Camellia Japonica Leaf Extract, Opuntia Coccinellifera Fruit Extract, Disodium Edta, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance

Volume: 20ml

How to use:

  1. After cleansing, use toner to refine skin texture.
  2. Take the mask from the pack and spread evenly all over the face, avoiding the eyes and lip areas.
  3. Remove the sheet mask after 10 to 20 minutes, and pat the face gently to absorb the remaining essence into the skin.

My Skin Type: Oily T, dry U, blemished, sensitive, and allergic.

Innisfree It’s Real Squeeze Mask Aloe Review:

As I mentioned before, it is an aloe mask, and my skin and aloe do not really match well together, so I was prepared for some disappointment. But, maybe because of the alcohol, maybe because of all the citrus fruits, it does not feel as sticky on my skin as, let’s say, one of those 90% aloe gel/creams!

So, as I left this on my hand when I first swatched it, I thought maybe the mask and I had a chance of getting along.

Innisfree It's Real Squeeze Mask Aloe Review

 

It is a very liquid essence, as opposed to the creamy type of essence, but it does have somewhat of a gel feeling.

 

Innisfree It's Real Squeeze Mask Aloe Review

 

The mask itself, as they said, is completely soaked in the essence, and so I’m starting to believe the sheet mask actually has three layers (I have to remind myself to try to deconstruct a mask next time and verify this – but at least it feels like it’s true). When I placed the mask on my face it was relatively see-through, which shows just how much essence it really does have – dryer masks stay mainly white against skin.

 

Innisfree It's Real Squeeze Mask Aloe Review
I don’t have a photo of my ugly pores because you wouldn’t be able to tell just how hydrated they were, but I have this photo instead. A photo of my perfectly shiny and hydrated, and NOT sticky, hand!

 

Innisfree It's Real Squeeze Mask Aloe Review
I use sheet masks daily, since they are a part of my treatment to reduce blemishes and normalize my pore shapes, because they hydrate so intensively. I have used Innisfree masks and will definitely keep using them.
As I said, aloe doesn’t match me, so I will not buy this one. BUT it is so good that whenever I receive it (as a present, as a shopping extra, etc) I will definitely use it – and enjoy it.

Where to buy:

BBCosmetic 15 pcs for $16.51 | eBay 7pcs for $7.17


Have you tried Innisfree It’s Real Squeeze Mask Aloe?

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