Innisfree Real Rose Mask Review

Hi Gorgeous,
Today I am reviewing a unique face mask from Innisfree. It is Innisfree Real Rose Mask. Want to know what makes it unique? Read on.

Product Description:
Innisfree Real Rose Mask comes in a brown glass jar with aluminium screw cap. There is a small plastic disc which prevents the spilling of the face mask. The jar is housed in a white and pink cardboard box which bears the details of the product. The face mask looks like clear gel but the consistency is cream like. It is light brownish in colour. It smells of fragrant roses.
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Product Usage:
After facial wash, spread an adequate amount over clean and dry face, away from the eyes and mouth. Massage for 1 to 2 minutes as to feel the heat and after 10 to 15 minutes, rinse using lukewarm water. Recommended to use 3 to 4 times a week.

Product Claims:
A smoothly heating wash off pack containing fragrant rose petals for smooth and resilient skin.

Product Price: You pay 900 INR of 100ml of the product.
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My Thoughts On Innisfree Real Rose Mask:
This is an amazing face mask, especially for winter season. You need to massage it for the first 1 or 2 minutes and it gives a little heating effect. The heating effect is very slight but effective. In winter, if you cringe while applying cold face packs, this will come as a life saver. Another winning point is the smell of freshly crushed roses. I love using beauty products containing rose extracts. After you apply and rinse off, it will make your skin hydrated, well rested and glowy.

Pros Of Innisfree Real Rose Mask:

  • Good quantity for the price
  • Contains rose extracts
  • Smells divine
  • Easy to apply and rinse off
  • Doesn’t dry out the skin
  • Hydrates the skin
  • Makes skin glow
  • Gives slight heating effect

Cons Of Innisfree Real Rose Mask:

  • None

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Yes recommended, especially in winter when applying clay masks seems like an ordeal.

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