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Innisfree Face Mask Review: A Gift From Yunah

I have yet to mention on my blog that I have quite a few pen pals from all over the world. Yunah is a dear friend of mine who comes from South Korea, who quite often sends me weird and wonderful Korean makeup and skincare products amongst letters and other bits and bobs. The latest gifts I’ve received from her are these two Innisfree – it’s a real squeeze masks, made from artificial silk that are designed to moisturise your skin.

What Is It

The innisfree mask is a naturally-derived thin yet strong 100% cellulose sheet. The mask sticks lightly to your face and then effectively delivers moisture into your skin. It is enriched with fresh ingredients that are extracted with the cold brew squeeze method, this is where the ingredients are gradually extracted at a low temperature.As you can see from the picture above, the mask has three layers to allow deep hydration. I really believe they helped to brighten up my complexion.

How To Use

These moisturising silk masks are super easy to use, after washing your face, the pack advises you to cleanse and tone to even out and refine your skin texture. Then simply unfold your mask and apply over your entire face, avoiding your eye and lip areas. After 10-20 minutes, remove the mask and pat your face gently to allow the remaining formula to absorb into your skin.

My Thoughts

I really did like these face mask sheets! The lime mask was so refreshing, it is enriched with moisture from fresh limes and really left my skin feeling bright and clean and even my acne scars are looking less obvious.

The green tea mask was also really hydrating, probably this one more so. Thanks to the green tea extracts that are apparently sourced from the fields of Jeju island, which is renowned for its cleanliness and abundant plant life. After using this mask my skin was left feeling smooth, supple, and of course deeply hydrated.

I’ve honestly been really impressed with these – especially the green tea one. They have been super hydrating and if you keep them in the fridge for a bit they are so nice and cooling and feels amazing on your skin!

Another tip I have for these masks is to make sure no product goes to waste, I found leftover liquid/moisture left inside the pack that I just simply squeezed it out and popped it over my mask and also down my neck and over my dry hands.

I was super impressed with these sheet masks and it was great to try something completely new and different to what I’m used to!

Have you ever tried any of the Innisfree Sheet Masks? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!

Charlie x

P.s. I’m still laughing at the selfies I took with these on, actual tears of laughter rolled down my face the first time I used these. They’re good for your skin and super fun!

5 thoughts on “Innisfree Face Mask Review: A Gift From Yunah

  1. Hi,
    That’s what’s great about blogging you DO make friends from all over the world. These beauty tips sound helpful.
    I met you at Naya’s blog party.
    Maybe you can check out my blog if you need any blogging tips. That’s what I write about. I blog over at
    I have blog parties like Naya’s.

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