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About Innisfree Bija Trouble Mask
This wash-off mask, formulated with Torreya seed oil and high salicylic acid content (2%), soothes troubled areas and leaves the skin clean.
1. Contains of green calamine
Helps to soothe and relieve troubled or sensitive skin.
2. Wash-off mask
The creamy mask can be easily apply and cleanse (Source: Official website)
Ingredients of Innisfree Bija Mask
Water, Propanediol, Kaolin, Glycerin, Silica, Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891), Polyvinyl Alcohol, Cetyl Ethylhexanoate, Hydrogenated Poly(C6-14 Olefin), Bentonite, Salicylic Acid, Glyceryl Stearate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Tromethamine, Polysorbate 60, Stearic Acid, Torreya Nucifera Seed Oil, Opuntia Coccinellifera Fruit Extract, Camellia Japonica Leaf Extract, Citrus Unshiu Peel Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Orchid Extract, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Palmitic Acid, PEG-100 Stearate, Sorbitan Stearate, Xanthan Gum, Ethylhexylglycerin, Chromium Oxide Greens (Ci 77288), Disodium EDTA, Fragrance
To know about its every ingredient in detail, please click this link!
My Take On Innisfree Bija Trouble Mask
(My skin Type: Combination, dehydrated, sensitive & acne-prone)
When I was buying some Korean sheet masks from the Innisfree store, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, the sale assistant insisted me to try out this face mask that targets acne-prone skin. My skin was going through a terrible acne phase at that time, and hence, I accepted her suggestion and purchased this Innisfree wash-off face pack.
Product Packaging & Texture
This bija trouble mask from Innisfree comes in a nice pastel green colored tube packaging with a flip-top cap. The packaging has all the necessary product-related details. Also, the product is easy to carry around and easy to use!
The face mask is pastel green colored and has a thick consistency. It has such a pleasant aroma!
How to use
As per the instruction, after cleansing my skin, I’d smooth it over the entire face avoiding the eye and lip areas. I used to leave it on for 15 minutes. Then I would gently massage my skin with fingers and rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water (used 1-2 times a week).
What it does-Performance Details
As mentioned above, this easy to use Korean clay face pack can be your travel companion! Yes, I have traveled with this mask and have used it whenever I needed to pamper & treat my skin during vacay. I have used it in two ways-I either applied it on all over my face and neck, avoiding eyes and lips or at times used it as a spot treatment to treat the troubled area. In both cases, results were satisfactory.
Upon application, this trouble mask imparts a cooling sensation to the skin. I would keep it for about 15 minutes until it got dried. Then with the help of lukewarm water, I used to massage my skin gently and wipe off the mask. I followed it with my thermal water, serum and moisturiser. As Innisfree bija trouble mask is a clay-based face mask, washing it off is a daunting task, I tell you! Post wash, my skin would feel so refreshing, soothing, and clean. I love its fresh, spicy aroma 😍.
This Innisfree wash-off clay face mask is blended with a mixture of both goodie and icky ingredients! It is a bad-alcohol free mask so it does not dry out the skin. I guess I expected way too much from this face mask as it claims to help control blemish for clear skin. Besides, the store assistant convinced me that it WILL help with my acne issues. However, I am not highly impressed with this product.
Innisfree trouble mask, no doubt, provides you with clean and fresh soothing skin, but when it comes to reducing the blemishes or scarring, it takes a lot of time to show the result! In my case, it could neither prevent the formation of new blemishes or spots nor could diminish the existing scars. And finally, the prescribed medicines and homemade DIYs came to my rescue! I used this mask solely to soothe the troubled areas of my skin. I am yet to finish this mask, but unfortunately, it got expired this year!
Things I liked About Innisfree Bija Trouble Mask:
- Soothes and calms acne
- A little amount goes a long way
- Pleasant fragrance
- Minimizes the appearance of pores
- Acts as a purifying, exfoliating & clarifying face mask
- Controls oil to an extent
Things I Disliked About Innisfree Bija Mask:
- Not easy to wash off the mask!
- Blemish controlling power is not that effective!
- It contains FRAGRANCE!
The Review At A Glance:
A. The mask comes in a pastel bluish-green colored tube hygienic packaging.
A. Yes, it is travel-friendly.
A. Innisfree bija trouble clay mask has a smooth, creamy texture with a thick consistency. Yes, my skin felt soft and smooth.
A. This face mask has a pleasant yet artificial fragrance. Now, if you are allergic to this icky ingredient fragrance, then you should skip it. My sensitive skin had no issues with it, though! Also, Innisfree has mentioned that they’ve used citrus green herbal fragrance from the Bija forest. Check out the link given under the INGREDIENT section of this post to know more about this mask’s components.
A. Innisfree bija trouble mask is a salicylic acid (the exfoliating ingredient) based face mask. Therefore, it acts as an exfoliating and clarifying mask. It completely depends on personal preferences, but I had used this mask twice a week. Always cleanse and tone your skin before applying this mask so that the formula penetrates effectively.
A. Yes, but best suited for acne-prone skin.
A. YES! I found this on the internet-
“Innisfree is owned by AmorePacific, a company that tests on animals. Innisfree is NOT cruelty–free. This means that this brand tests on animals or finances animal testing.
Check this article from Ethical Bunny here
A. Innisfree bija trouble mask has a shelf-life of 3 years. However, once opened, it’s 12 months.
A. $100 (price may vary depending on the site and country)
A. Made in Korea.
A. Innisfree products are available worldwide via online. I bought it from an Innisfree store, Hong Kong in 2018.
A. The USP of Innisfree bija mask is its multi-tasking skill!
To sum up,
Innisfree Bija Trouble Mask with Torreya seed extract, Salicylic acid and green calamine is a non-drying face mask that you can use to treat your skin issues like acne and blemishes. It takes time to show the result but works great as an exfoliating and purifying mask. Innisfree bija trouble clay face pack gently removes the dirt and pore-clogging oils without drying out your skin. I used it as a normal mask and at times as a spot treatment mask to treat the inflammable acne.
If you are looking for something new related to clay-based face masks specifically for acne & blemishes then give it a shot!
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