Innisfree Super Volcanic Clay Pore Mask Review

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Innisfree Super Volcanic Clay Pore Mask Review

Having never been inside an Innisfree shop before, I was completely overwhelmed when I found the outlet at the bottom of Takashimaya in Singapore. I bought a whole slew of items, the first one I was attracted to was Innisfree Super Volcanic pore clay mask. I’ve been using sheet masks religiously over the past couple of years but you know, I’ve been missing the old school mud looking packs! After getting swept along with the information, I took a pot home with me!

Here’s what it looks like. It comes in a little 100ml tub. It’s a clay mask which absorbs sebum, tightens pores, exfoliates dead skin, deep cleanses, improves skin tone and cools the skin. Sounds great!

 So what’s so volcanic about?

It contains Jeju Volcanic Scoria – apparently this is hardened lava! The official site is a bit vague at describing why this scoria is good for the skin but I’ll just swallow the spin and try it.

How do you use it?

Use it after cleansing and toning the skin and then spread over the face and leave for ten minutes. When time is up, roll with fingertips and rinse with warm water. You can also use it on the body too (you can buy it in a tube version).

Here are the ingredients and instructions.

Inside the pot, you will see a thick grey consistency awaiting you! 

The verdict

I just love the refreshing feeling of the pack. It’s extremely cooling and feels kind of ‘minty’. Although instructions say to leave only for ten minutes, I like wearing this for about 30 mins to an hour whilst doing other things like watching variety shows or having a foot bath. Nothing like pampering yourself!

The tub I bought did not come with a spatula so I recommend buying one to apply this. It’s so much more hygienic and easier to spread the product on your face.

My skin felt so soft afterwards! I really like to use this when I feel my skin needs a boost or I’m feeling a little greasy and crap! It’s the perfect treat for when you want your skin to feel refreshed and soft like a baby! 

I’ve been using this consistently for about 4 months now and highly recommend it.

You can buy the super volcanic pore mask from yesstyle.com. Please note this is an affiliate link which you’re not obliged to click! 😀

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p.s. Do you like my graphics? I’m trying to design my own when I can! My new years resolution is to be more creative.

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9 thoughts on “Innisfree Super Volcanic Clay Pore Mask Review”

  1. oh my.. I LOVE UR GRAPHICS. I want to be more creative too this year so lets be creative together hehe ^^ I’m also a big fan of pore products. Because I got a lot of blackheads on my face omg. Thanks for the share and review, I’ll definitely take a look at it. Besides, yesstyle is also my favourite shop hehe

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  2. Aw thank you! ok that’s a deal, looking forward to seeing your creative stuff too!!

    Yes it’s a nice mask! i do recommend. Not sure whether it does anything for blackheads (I personally am also troubled on my nose!) but it does feel nice on the skin

  3. Go go go! do you ever use sheet masks? I switched a bit when I found this mask. I find sheet masks too cold to use in winter lol

  4. i wonder how it differ with the other without the “super” on the name whicj is reallu good…must buy a sample online because I like the cooling effect. Great graphics

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