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 Continue reading
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Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Clay Mask

This mask is one of those products which gets rave reviews so of course I had to try it out. It’s formulated with some sort of mineral which comes from the solidified lava of volcanic eruptions on Jeju island in South Korea, said to be highly effective at absorbing excess oil and clearing out pores. The mask is good value for money- it costs about £8-£9 but it comes in a very generously Continue reading

Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist

This product is one of many in innisfree’s Green Tea skincare range, and is available in several different sizes. I love using face mists and setting sprays for taking away the powdery look that freshly-applied make-up can sometimes leave, for increasing the durability of make-up, or simply to refresh my face in the summertime. This face mist is said to be formulated Continue reading

Innisfree No-Sebum Mineral Pact

This popular Korean beauty product is available in two versions, a loose powder and in compact form. I chose to buy the latter as I was looking for a travel-friendly powder to substitute my all-time favourite (Clinique Blended Face Powder) which isn’t as practical. I always buy translucent powders because I have very fair skin and anything that isn’t is inevitably too dark. Continue reading