Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Powder

This is the second version of this innisfree powder that I’ve tried, if you’d like to read my review of the compact edition you can find it here. Since I loved the other one so much I had to try this one too, and I’ve got through 2 of this No Sebum Mineral Powder in about the past 9 months or so. It’s a tiny pot, containing 5g of product as opposed to 8.5g in the compact, but I find that a little really does go a long way. It comes with a little powder puff but it could also be applied with a brush if preferred. The powder is very fine and translucent so it blends very easily into the skin, leaving it feeling silky and soft without a chalky or ‘powdery’ look. Like most translucent powders though, I wouldn’t use too much as this can leave a bit of a white cast on the skin. The No Sebum Mineral Powder contains minerals from Jeju and mint which innisfree claims leaves skin healthy and moisturised, and I do think it’s good as using the product has never given me any breakouts or clogged pores. It’s also free of parabens, talc, artificial colours, animal ingredients, mineral oil and artificial fragrances, so it should be ideal for sensitive skin. Overall I would highly recommend this product, it’s incredible value for money at around just £4 and it’s probably one of my all time favourite powders.
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