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Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask
All skin types
Purified water, titanium dioxide, Butylene Glycol, ash, glycerol, silica, trehalose, kaolin, bentonite, polyvinyl alcohol, Caprylic / Capric Triglyceride, zinc oxide, glyceryl stearate, Sete aryl alcohol, walnut shell powder, green tea extract, orange peel extract, fruit extract baeknyeoncho, I extract, camellia leaf extract, beuyipi blood, blood page -100 stearate, polysorbate 60, stearic acid, palmitate tick acid
How to use it
Use one to two times a week
-Smooth onto clean, dry skin, avoiding the eye and lip areas.
– Leave on for 15 to 20 minutes, until dry.
– Rinse with lukewarm water.
My thoughts on Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask
Clay mask is really something I used to be conflicted about using for a long time before I learned how I can use it for my skin type. I have super dry skin and clay masks are often very dehydrating. SO when I started using this type of masks I used it all over my face and then my skin did not feel very happy. No matter what mask I used I found them to be dehydrating. So what can one do if you have the same experience. First I add a few drop of oil to my mask and mix it together in my palms before applying it to my skin. It can be any kind of oil that can be used as a facial oil. For example coconut oil, olive oil, argan oil or almond oil. Second tip is to only use it were you need it. For me that is nose and chin mainly. If you have oiler skin types you might prefer using it all over your face, but for me that is really not needed.
Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask comes in a plastic tub. There is no spatula included in the packaging but make sure not to dip your fingers in the tub. Other than that it is a regular packaging and looks the same as the Innisfree Volcanic Pore Clay Mask (which is the regular version).
As for this mask from Innisfree it does a really great job cleaning my pores. If you use it on a regular basis it is really amazing. And my pores looks as good as they can get. Having pores isn’t anything bad since they are there for a reason (mainly to produce oil). But you should now that you can NEVER and I mean NEVER reduce your pore size. No matter what products claims this simply isn’t possible. But you can reduce the look of them by simply keeping them clean. Cleaner pores isn’t as obvious as clogged pores.
The consistency of this mask is thicker but really smooth when applying it.
If you keep on using this on a regular basis you pores will look really nice. I do prefer using this than pore strips since they are much kinder to my skin.
I give this product 7/7