Hello there and thank you for stopping by to read my review of 3 Innisfree Sheet Masks. I hope you are having a fabulous week thus far.
If you are a sheet mask addict like myself, I know I am not alone ladies and gents! I believe some of you may agree with me that some sheet masks are way over hyped (also being super expensive) or they are very hard to use. They tear and rip when you try to take them out of the pack and unfold them. Nobody wants to spend more than necessary and be let down or have a mask tear before reaping the benefits. You could use that money on buying more sheet masks or better yet more skincare! I know I need help with this problem, I want to try EVERYTHING I see.
I recently was scrolling through good old Instagram and was made aware of some many incredible looking skincare products and new to me brands. My bank account isn’t going to be very impressed with me, that’s for sure.
My previous sheet mask reviews were done on a weekly basis but I’ve decided to break my sheet mask reviews by brand.
First off I’ll state that Innisfree masks are one of my favourite sheet masks brands for a number of reasons.
- The sheets are a great size for my face
- You can leave the masks on for a longer time without drying out and easy to peel off. In case you’re like me and tend to throw the directions out the window and gauge your time according to the length of an episode of your latest TV show. Right now mine is Greys Anatomy – starting from season 1
- The sheets are drenched with essence so you get quite a bang for your buck.
Sheet Mask 1 – Bija
The scent of this mask has a very light fresh scent. Almost like if you freshly chopped some herbs but a much milder scent. There is a small amount of essence left over at the end as the sheet tends to soak up all the goodness. It feels beautiful on the skin and leaves my skin clear and ready for the next step on my pm routine.
I like to use this one, or something similar, the day before or after I use my PMD and do my micro derma night. I like that’s it’s moisturising so it helps prepare my skin in the healing process from the micro derma.
Sheet Mask 2 – Manuka Honey
The scent for this mask has a very light fresh honey scent. There is very little essence left over at the end as the sheet tends to soak up majority of the essence it’s drenched in. The consistency is thicker and is a bit creamier. It feels beautiful on the skin and leaves my skin feeling refreshed, moisturised and a little glowy after I have taken the sheet off and patted in the excess essence left from removing the mask .
Like the Bija one I like to use this one the day before or after I use my PMD and do my micro derma night. I like that’s it’s moisturising so it helps prepare my skin in the healing process from the micro derma.
Sheet Mask 3 -Pomegranate
This mask had a beautiful fresh berry-ish type scent. There is a one of the clear, runny consistency. It feels beautiful on the skin and leaves my skin feeling clean and like it’s full of goodness that’s working well after I take it off. The next morning my skin looks a bit plumper and almost to the point of making it look like my acne scars filled in.
I like to use this one as a mid week pick me up. It gives my skin that extra oomph.
Yes! As I mentioned above I love this brand of masks and how comfortable it feels on my skin. I find some masks that are such a dread to use because the sheet is an odd fit or the essence is mostly in the pouch and not drenched in the mask. Instead of using the mask to give yourself that deep extra TLC and then you have to pour the rest of the essence at the end and wait ages for it to absorb into your skin, no matter how much tapping you do!
I’d recommend this to anyone who is skincare obsessed as myself or as an introduction to sheet masking. I purchase a 10 variety pack for $25 so it’s so affordable from http://www.yesstyle.com.au/en/home.html (not affiliated). YesStyle ships to a bunch of different countries and for free if order over a certain amount.