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

Etude House I Need You Lemon Face Mask

This sheet mask is part of the ‘I Need You’ range from Étude House, a huge collection of 20 different varieties for all types of skin needs. I picked the lemon version as it sounded refreshing, it contains vitamin C, and the properties of lemon are known to brighten up the skin tone. It works much the same as every facial sheet mask: each packet contains one use, you Continue reading

Tony Moly Tomatox Magic Massage Pack

This face mask from Tony Moly is said to whiten and brighten the skin using tomato-extracted ingredients- as you can tell from the super cute packaging in the shape of a tomato! The little jar comes with 80g of a thick, white, product; similar in consistency and function to the Mario Badescu Whitening Mask, if you’ve tried that. It comes with a little spatula too for hygienic Continue reading

Tony Moly I’m Real Sheet Face Masks

One of the biggest beauty trends to come out of Korea is undoubtedly sheet face masks. Of this particular range, I’ve tried the Rice, Avocado, Red Wine and Tea Tree versions, but there are 11 different variations in total catering to every skin need. They are based upon natural ingredients and don’t have any nasty chemicals like parabens. My favourites, which I have already Continue reading