One of my favourite skincare products is a sleeping mask. When I’m too lazy to put on sheet mask/wash-off mask, sleeping masks are my always go-to and currently Innisfree’s Brightening Pore Sleeping Mask has been keeping my skin bright and nourished these past few weeks! XD
Price: $32 NZD
Product Description: “Vitamin-rich, sleeping mask for brightening care while you snooze.”
How to use: Apply as the last step of your night-time routine. Gently massage to melt the capsules and help absorption. Leave on overnight, and rinse with lukewarm water in the morning. Use once or twice a week.
The highlight ingredient of this product is “Hallabong” or Jeju citrus or Jeju tangerine. It is rich Vitamin C content, especially its thick peel. Its also packed with hesperidin, a bioflavonoid and an antioxidant that’s known to be good for the skin. Together, they help brighten, clarify complexion, and protect the skin from pollutants.
Other skin-caring ingredients are:
Triple Vitamin Complex: a well-balanced cocktail of Vitamin C Derivative, Niacinamide and Panthenol provides a powerful brightening effect for complexion.
- Niacinamide: Helps visibly brighten
- Vitamin C Derivative: Helps with dull, uneven tone & antioxidant protection
- Panthenol: Soothes + helps protect skin’s moisture barrier
Visible white moisture capsules that melt down to build a moisture shield that helps hydrate while you sleep.
Let’s start form the packaging. Its in a nice, decent-sized tub with a mini spatula which you could place inside the tub, on top of the inner lid. It contains so much product that I think could last for at least 1-2 months when used regularly and the price seems affordable which makes it worth to try.
This has a gel-like formal with white capsules that totally my vibe because my skin loves gel-like products and capsules makes it more fun to use. However, despite being a gel formula, it can be quite heavy for me especially during summer, so I only apply 3-4 dots around my face and neck, once-twice a week.
After almost 4 weeks of using this product, I do notice my skin looking brighter, smoother, and nourished. I still have acne scars and dark spots that didn’t fade away, but I believe that using thi over time, it’ll be no more. I would sometimes only use a cleanser, toner, and this mask as my nighttime routine because it has what my skin currently needs and sometimes using too many products in one-go could be not helpful.
Overall, I would recommend this to people like me who can be lazy to masking but still wanna give their skin some extra love. I can see dry skin people loving this because its moisturizing. For my oily people, use it to your liking because it can be heavy depending on the weather you are in. I think this would also be a good fit to your routine if you are also having troubles with dull, uneven skin.
See you on my next review! :D