[REVIEW] Innisfree Seaweed Moist Soothing Mask Jeju Sea Mustard

Innisfree Seaweed Moist Soothing Mask Jeju Sea Mustard Review:

The second seaweed mask from Innisfree that they made for this summer! I had already reviewed the previous and am very curious as whether there are any differences or if they are basically the same mask with different ingredients. They also made two cooling masks, but that’s another story.

This mask is supposed to be rich in hydration with sodium hyaluronate, hydrolyzed collagen, and seaweed extract, so in theory it’s the perfect mask for me!


+ The mask sheet itself is made out of seaweed, locking the hydration for a longer time – with seaweed alginate.

+ Calm hydration, for the hot summer and the external stresses it causes this mask aims to help troubled and angry skin with high hydration.

+ Soothing complex made with Jeju seaweed, marine collagen, hyaluronic acid make the Jeju Sea Therapy Complex giving damages skin a relaxing vacation.


Purified Water, Butyleneglycol, Glycereth-26, Xylitol, Dipropylene Glycol, Glycerin, Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate, Polyglyceryl-10 Myristate, 1,2-hexanediol, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Hyaluronate (100 Ppm), Hydrolyzed Collagen (0.1 Ppm), Lavender Oil, Eucalyptus Leaf Oil, Philippine Orange Prepuce Oil, Dae Wang Song Oil, Brown Seaweed Extract (0.1 Ppm), Spanish Licorice Root Extract, Lemon Extract, Ginger Extract, Corn Root Extract, Green Tea Extract, Ethanol, Ethylhexyl Glycerin, Carbomer, Arginine, Disodium Edta

Innisfree Seaweed Moist Soothing Mask Jeju Sea Mustard Review

Volume: 27g

How to use:

1. After cleansing, tone the skin texture with a toner.

2. Remove the mask from the pouch and align it with the eyes and mouth.

3. Remove the sheet after 10 to 20 minutes.

4. Tap the remaining essence until it absorbs into the skin.

My Skin Type:

Combination (dry U oily T), sensitive, needs elasticity, hydration and nutrients.

Innisfree Seaweed Moist Soothing Mask Jeju Sea Mustard Review:

Innisfree Seaweed Moist Soothing Mask Jeju Sea Mustard Review

The design as we can see is nothing special really. But it is clear enough that I knew what these masks were even before I read it. I knew right away they were a summer moisture mask that had seaweed in them.

The pouch isn’t the easiest to open but it also is not the most difficult. No big mess or difficulty, and no big splatter. Although I did get my fingers a little wet opening it, it didn’t get everywhere like some mask pouches.

Innisfree Seaweed Moist Soothing Mask Jeju Sea Mustard Review
The essence feels lighter than the previous mask, and is transparent. It’s also less string-y than the blue mask.
Right at first touch it also feels more hydrating than moist (I know they say moist in the package, but in Korean they say hydrating – if even brands confuse it how are we mere mortals supposed to distinguish them).

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Anyway, the previous mask was hydrating too, but by comparison it was a little but moist too. Let me put that in numbers: the blue mask is (to me) 30% moist and 70% hydrating, this one is 20% moist 80% hydrating.

Moist = the oil. Creams, lotions, balms, and oils usually give moisture.

Hydration = the water. Toners and mists usually give hydration.
(serums, ampoules, essences are all different so it depends really)

That being said, the blue mask feels more moisturizing, this mask feels more hydrating.
It also felt fresh as soon as it touched my skin.

Just like the blue one, it fits very well but it’s so slippery I can’t talk while using it. It is very thin, soft, and transparent, and as you can see I folded it close to my hair line because my hair was washed, it’s a medium sized mask.

Innisfree Seaweed Moist Soothing Mask Jeju Sea Mustard Review
The essence spreads easily and is very slippery. It doesn’t look that liquid but it spreads as if it was watery.
As I said before, it’s refreshing, and the arm feels comfortable, hydrated, calm after testing.


Innisfree Seaweed Moist Soothing Mask Jeju Sea Mustard Review
You can see my skin was very stretchy and angry at life before. The mask stayed moist right until the end of time! In a very comfortable way.

The results are as seen! The skin is fresh and comfortable, very hydrated too, and slightly moisturized (as I said, 20% – if you’re wondering what I consider a just-hydrating mask take the Aritaum Hyaluronic Acid mask as an example).

Although less seaweed-y in the strings, it smelled fresh and marine, I loved using this mask. I even loved this mask more than the blue version of it!

I love my pores after this mask, if your skin lacks hydration too then you should definitely try it. However this hydration doesn’t last long unless it’s locked in, so off to do the rest of my routine!

Recommend a thousand times (and did you notice my big red pimple? No sensitiveness there at all).

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