Korean skincare products have been my favourite for years. Some Korean products or the other has always been in my skincare stash. Today I’m here to review a sleeping mask that I am using these days. This is the Innisfree Aloe Revital Sleeping Pack. This is the second sleeping mask from Innisfree that I have used. The first one was from their Jeju Orchid Range. I will try to touch all the aspects of this product so that you will get an idea of whether to pick it or not so let me begin…
What The Product Claims
The hydrating cream-type sleeping mask with Jeju chemical-free aloe pulp for intensive hydration while you are asleep.
- Contains 78% extract of Jeju organic Aloe gel-like flesh inside the leaves contains more amino acid and moisture than its leaves and any other parts of aloe, which helps soothes the skin damaged from UV rays and heat while providing intensive moisture to the skin.
- Aloe Vitalizing Energy unique to Innisfree Aloe line soothes the skin and strengthens the skin barrier to make it vibrant and feeling fresh.
- With lightweight, refreshing moisture, rich nourishment and a fresh finish, it removes dead skin cells and provides moisture to the skin throughout the night for skin that looks vibrant and moist like it has had a long, sound sleep.
- Free of colorant, mineral oil, artificial fragrances, animal ingredients and imidazolidinyl urea.
Some Facts About The Mask
PRIZE AND SIZE
₹950 for 100 ml
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Water / Aqua / Eau, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sorbitol, Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate, Sodium Chloride, Fragrance / Parfum, Lauryl Glucoside, Cocamide Mea, Sodium Benzoate, Caprylyl Glycol, Citric Acid, Disodium Edta, Tetrasodium EDTA
How To Use
Release an appropriate amount in the last step of basic skincare in the evening, apply evenly over the face, avoiding the eye and lip areas, and go to sleep.
My Experience With The Innisfree Aloe Revital Sleeping Pack
Innisfree Aloe Revital Sleeping Pack comes in green jar packaging with a white lid. There is also another lid to protect the mask. Overall I love the packaging. Though I’m a fan of tube packaging, this jar is so simple and nice especially since the green colour looks really soothing.
Smell & Consistency
The mask itself is white in colour and has a gel-like consistency. It’s very lightweight and still hydrating. The mask has almost no smell (fragrance-free) that is a relief for people with sensitive noses and sensitive skin.
I apply it once a week after my night skincare routine, I skip my night cream because it provides the right amount of hydration. A little amount is enough to cover my face and neck but I apply 2-3 layers of the pack and gently massage it with my fingers. It soothes my skin and feels really pleasing. The mask is not greasy or sticky at all, it gets absorbed into the skin after a few seconds and I can go to bed without any stickiness. In the morning I wake up with baby soft skin.
Coming to the effect, to be honest, it didn’t do any miracle and it doesn’t claim such things. The only claim of this mask is that it soothes the skin and strengthens the skin barrier to make it vibrant and feeling fresh and I believe it actually does it. I have been using it for a month and I find my skin healthier, fresher and softer. whenever I feel my skin is quite dull and tired, I feel very relaxed and while sleeping I’m assured that my skin will be prepared well for starting a new day.
Is The Mask True On Its Claim?
Yes, it does what it claims. It nourishes and rejuvenates the skin throughout the night and provide a fresh look effect in the morning.
Who Do I Recommend The Sleeping mask To?
It’s not greasy and sticky so can be used for all types of skin. It provides the right amount of hydration so dry skin people will be happy with it.
Would I Repurchase This Mask?
It’s a little expensive but yes, I can invest my money in the right product.
COB RATINGS For The Mask
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