Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask | Review

Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask - "Replenish moisture and restore your skin’s pH to a healthy level overnight with this sub-acidic s...

Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask

Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask
- "Replenish moisture and restore your skin’s pH to a healthy level overnight with this sub-acidic sleeping mask. The light gel-textured mask infused with Beauty Green Tea essence delivers a burst of moisture to your skin instantly without leaving any greasy or sticky residue behind." Vol. 80 ml | Php 800 via innisfree.com

Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask
Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask

Hello there everyone, how's your weekend? I hope you are all doing fine despite all the craziness that is going on in the world right now. I'm hoping to settle into a respectable daily routine and consequently have more time to do more product reviews. For today, I have a a mask from one of my top brands for skincare. This is Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask

Features:
- For skin type: Normal, Dry, Combination, and Oily
- Skincare concerns: Dryness, Dullness, and Uneven Texture
- Jeju Green Tea Extract: Replenishes hydration

How to Use:
- Use one to two times a week.
- Apply at the last step of your nighttime routine, after your moisturizer.
- Gently massage to help absorption.
- Leave on overnight and rinse with lukewarm water in the morning.

Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask
Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask

First things first, I would like to say that this sleeping mask is different from the one I previously reviewed which was the Innisfree Capsule Recipe Pack Green Tea. That one has a creamier formula. 

This sleeping mask comes in a green screw top plastic jar. The packaging looks lavish. The plastic contained also means that it is travel-friendly. I'm pretty sure that this mask doesn't come with a spatula so for hygienic purposes, I use my mask brush whenever I get some product.

Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask
Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask

The first thing I noticed when I opened this sleeping mask is the strong artificial scent. It is very prevalent and irritates my sensitive nose. I'm generally against fragrance being in skincare. It may be okay for products that can be washed off but because this mask is supposed to stay on the skin overnight, the smell is bothersome. To that point, the cosdna list of ingredients puts the fragrance at 4.

This mask has a gel-like consistency that turns watery upon contact to the skin. It feels soothing and refreshing and is absorbed immediately. It didn't feel tacky nor tacky. This mask claims to hydrate and  nourish dry skin and I feel that this mask does delivers on those claims. This makes my skin look plump and healthy, especially on days that it needs extra moisture. 

After using this mask every other night for a week, my face felt smooth and bouncy the morning after. I have also seen some improvements on the overall texture and complexion of my skin. 

Overall, I like that the mask absorbed well with no greasy after-feel. This is great to use on lazy days as it requires minimal effort to put on and you don't have to wash this off. It does a good job of hydrating the skin and with regular and consistent use slightly improves the skin's texture and complexions. However, I don't really see significant immediate results compared to other sleeping masks that I have tried. More importantly (and a deal-breaker for me), the strong fragrance just makes Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask very tedious to use.

Pros:
- Non-sticky gel texture
- Cooling and refreshing
- Absorbs well
- Plumps and nourishes
- Moisturizes and hydrates
- Good amount of product
- Nifty packaging

Cons:
- Comes in an unhygienic tub
- Heavy artificial fragrance


Ingredients: Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract (70.13%), Butylene Glycol, Propanediol, Glycerin, Dimethicone, Betaine, Trisiloxane, Hydrogenated Poly(C6-14 Olefin), 1,2-Hexanediol, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/Beheneth-25 Methacrylate Crosspolymer, Glyceryl Caprylate, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Fragrance / Parfum, Trehalose, Disodium Edta, Ethylhexylglycerin, Lactobacillus Ferment Lysate

Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask
Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask

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