Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Review: INNISFREE'S Real Rose Mask

mood: random
song: teenage dream 



I was scrolling Instagram the other day till i came across the new range of Innisfree's wash off mask! Gosh. This time they came out with their new range of mask which consist of 4 different types of "flavour".
Peppermint, Grapefruit, Quinoa and Rose!


Since, I've been crazy over rose products, how can i miss this!
So, I ended up grabbing these mask from Althea for only RM40. As usual, this mask comes in a tub of 100ml. 


After cleansing, pat dry your face with a dry towel. Apply the mask on your face avoiding the eyes and mouth area. Then gentle massage your face for 1-2 minutes. You will feel a warm sensation during the massage. Leave it for 10-15 minutes and then wash it off.





How to use: Apply a generous amount on your face and start massaging them for 1-2 minutes. Once you feel a warm sensation, leave it for 10-15 minutes then rinse it off.

The Scent: This mask has a strong rose scent. A little overwhelming i find.

The Texture: It has a thick slimy and sticky texture, similar to the honey canola mask. 

Repurchasing: Probably not. I love rose scent but i find this a little to overwhelming. But for those who are not sensitive to fragrances, it can be worth a try for you.

PROS
• moisturizes and nourishes skin
• relaxing mask
• skin feels soft and smooth after using

CONS
• the texture is too sticky, so probably best use before shower and wash it off during shower.
• the scent is too overwhelming
• Not really a "MUST-HAVE" product.

Overview
The effect of the mask is unimpressive as it is not long lasting. I wouldn't recommend this mask unless you plan to pamper yourself. It is just a moisturising mask pack that will provide extra moisture, so I neither expect a wow factor, nor receiving one. Besides, due to its sticky consistency, it is quite messy to be applied.

Rates: ★★★★★

2 comments:

millymin said...

effective?

Xherlyn said...

The effect is just so so. But you can give it a try. :) pretty relaxing though.