Innisfree sheet masks|Review

Hello guys!! .. Love you all.. Welcome back to my blog. This is weekend, this is that time of the week when we have little extra time to do little extra for ourselves .. Isn’t it!!

There is lot of buzz going on for sheetmasks everywhere. So today I decided to do a sheetmask review as I will be doing my weekly skincare today. All the stress and regorous schedule we have throughout the week, I think we deserve a calm relaxing time on weekend. 

So lets started with the review of the product. Innesfree sheetmasks come in 2ranges in various gradients. One is more intense with chemical treatments that actually gives you kind of dermetolocial treatement at home and the second range is of natural fruit extract. I picked up the natural extract range as I do not any need of dermatolical treatement on my skin. I really like the fact that Innisfree has quit a lot of options to share! I picked up Kiwi, Ross, Straberry and Shea butter extract Sheetmasks. 

They smell amazing, and feels very soothing and nice on the skin. These sheetmasks retails for Rs 100 for each mask. Sheetmasks come in plastick and foil kind of material I hope you understand which peels of very easily. On the packaging on lower right corner it is written 06FL.OZ./20ml, I guess this is the quantity of extract the sheet is infused with. All the details how to use is described at the back of each sheetmask.  
We just need to peel off the packet and cover our face with the sheet adjusting it properly on the eyes and nose. I keep these masks for about 20 to 30mins till all the extract is absorbed into the skin. When you put these masks on, it really feels like it is working on the skin. 

Ingredients : 

I am writing down the ingredients for rose sheetmask, well the base ingredients are same for all the masks however some of the ingredients are changed according to the gradient. 

Water, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Niacinamide, Alcohol, Betaine, Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) fruit extract, Fragaria Unshiu peel extract, Orchid extract, Camellia Sinensis leaf extract, Camellia japonica leaf extract, Opuntia Coccinelliferia fruit extract, Disodium edta, Phenoxythanol, Fragrance.

My experience:

I use these sheetmasks once a week or sometimes twice a week. I keep the mask on for about 20 to 30mins and then I massage the creamy gel like extract into my skin. I feel we should not wash our face after putting the sheetmask on. Innisfree sheetmask do not make face feel greasy or oily, feels very hydrated and calm. I have dry skin and I have really felt difference in my skin after using these sheetmasks. After putting the sheetmask just massae the extract in and after that you can apply makeup, don’t need to apply moisturizer then. After sometime makeup down on the face and skin starts glowing from within. I would suggest you all if you have any event to attend and you donot have time for facial just use these sheetmasks you are gonna love this mini trick πŸ˜‰ ..  Overtime while using these sheetmasks you will notice a difference in skin. I feel my skin is more plump and glowy.  Tryout the sheetmasks from Innisfree and let me know your experience!! 

These masks are easily available on nykaa.com or you can find them on purple.com 

Innisfree have their store in Noida DLF mall just incase anyone living in Noida. 

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1 Comment

  1. Hey I really loved the review and it’s really good for dry skin.. I recently started my blog about and I reviewed Innisfree’s sheet mask it would really mean a lot if u could just have a look thankyou for reading my comment ❀

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