Innisfree Volcanic Clay Mousse Masks Reviews

Hi girls! Today I’ll be doing 2 Innisfree product reviews – Jeju Volcanic Clay Mousse Mask and Super Volcanic Mousse Mask, as well sharing some pictures of Innisfree’s gorgeous new store at Vivo City, which opened last month.

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For those unfamiliar with the brand, Innisfree is a Korean beauty brand “that share the benefits of nature from the pristine island of Jeju for your beauty” (quote from Innisfree Singapore Facebook).

The new outlet at Vivo City not only stocks skincare, bodycare and cosmtics, but also lifestyle products such as reed diffusers and scented candles, categorized into 6 scent groups namely green, citrus, flowery, fruity, powdery and woody. There’s even a corner for customers to craft their own soaps from natural ingredients such as green tea, volcanic pore and tangerine. How fun!

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Innisfree Volcanic Mousse Masks are improved formulations of their award-winning Volcanic Masks which come in tubs. The revolutionary micro-clay formula has a smoother, lighter and airy texture. It’s a breeze to spread on the skin and it performs better because the finer particles fit into pores with ease. Both mousse masks are packed in pump cans with a plastic cap to prevent air from entering. I suggest using a cotton bud to thoroughly clean the opening, to prevent accumulation of harden mask, so that the cap can fit in snugly.

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I prefer the Super Volcanic Clay Mousse Mask ($29 for 100ml) so I’ll start reviewing this first. This is a more potent version of the Jeju Volcanic Clay Mousse mask as it has twice the amount of volcanic clusters, which absorbs sebum and deep cleanses pores. This strong formula is suitable for combination or oily skin.

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Ingredient list:

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Pros:

-Easy to spread

-Effectively deep cleanses skin. I can feel the mask drawing the gunk out of my pores while its hardening.

-Minimize pore size

-Hygienic pump packaging

-Affordable

Cons:

-Dries tight on the face, uncomfortable to wear

-Difficult to rinse off-need lots of water and time

-Dehydrates skin

-Complexion looks slightly dull after removal

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The Jeju Volcanic Clay Mousse Mask ($28 for 100ml) is designed for normal to dry skin. As the Super Volcanic Clay Mousse Mask was a tad too drying for me, I bought this to try as well, in hopes that it’ll be more suitable.

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Ingredient list:

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Pros:

-Easy to spread

-Does not dry tight on the face, comfortable to wear

-Minimize pores

-Does not dry skin nor cause complexion to look dull

-Easy to rinse off

-Hygienic pump packaging

-Affordable

Cons:

-Does not cleanse pores effectively. As demonstrated in the pictures below, some pores remained clogged.

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Ending comments: I personally find Jeju Volcanic Mousse Mask unsatisfactory as it does not cleanse pores as thoroughly as I would’ve liked. Although Super Volcanic Clay Mousse Mask dries out my skin and makes it look dull, this can be easily resolved with a hydrating and brightening sheet mask. I’ve yet to come across a clay mask as powerful and effective as the latter, so I’ll continue to use it, but only once weekly.

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