Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral Skin
Awwww yeah, I’ve finally got my hands some of the Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral range! I was quite overwhelmed standing in the store in Myeongdong, but I decided to stick with the basics and buy the Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral Skin moisture cream and toner!
Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral Skin Toner Review
The Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral Skin toner is a hydrating toner infused with Jeju thermal water and minerals to brighten and moisturise your skin.
Here’s the packaging.
One of the things I really like the subtle scent of the Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral Skin toner. It’s not overbearing but yet it can still take me away to far away places! There is a hint of a citrus fragrance intermixed with marine accords.
Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral Skin toner is a nice product to use. I feel really refresh and suitably hydrated. I can’t say that it’s different from any other toner that I’ve used but it does the job. It hydrates well and prepares my skin for the next steps in my regime.
I do seem to be using up a lot of the product very quickly (which saddens me!). First of all the toner is a really runny liquid. I also think it’s because the hole in the top is really big and so there’s less control when it pours out. I would like to see the hole made smaller so that it dispenses less!
For that reason, I may go back to Hado Labo toner as it lasts me a long time!
- You can buy this from yesstyle.com
Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral Skin Moisture Cream Review
Like the skin toner, the Jeju Sparkling Mineral Skin Moisture Cream is also formulated with Jeju thermal water. It promises to keep your skin clear, moisturised and ‘strengthens the skin barriers’ for lasting hydration.
The Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral Skin Moisture Cream comes in a small tub. I find the cream quite gel like. It’s not heavy on the skin and feels very cooling on the skin. When first applied, it feels a little tacky on the skin. I find that you do need to leave it for quite a while to absorb fully into the skin.
I’m not sure if it’s ideal for morning application. I find myself mixing all my creams together without waiting for it to fully absorb because I’m in a rush to get to work.
Overall, the Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral skin moisture cream is really reliable and moisturises well. I’ve been using both the products for about a month now and my skin hasn’t broken out at all. The only negative is that it that tub is only 50mls! So I expect the Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral moisture cream to run out quickly.
I haven’t lined up any new creams to try so once this runs out, I’m quite tempted to repurchase it again to use at night. Although I’ve just realised there is an oil free version of this which might be even better for my oily/combo skin.
Where to buy Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral range?
- You can buy the Innisfree Jeju Sparkling Mineral Skin and Moisture Cream from yesstyle.com
P.s. Do you like the background of the product shots? It’s my own painting! I keep meaning to add more of my art stuff onto this blog and be arty in general so that’s basically what I’m doing.
Illustration: By Su.
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