Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask

There has been a new wave of beauty  trend and one of the trends that has caught my eye was the volcanic mask. I mean, seriously, from a volcano? Is that even good for your skin? What does it do? Will it burn off all the bad patches or acne? Will it get rid of the blackheads and whiteheads on my nose?

Since a friend of mine was kind enough to give me the Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask, I finally had the chance to try it out myself. I have to admit that I felt a bit of trepidation when I was about to try it out. I have pretty good skin and I was worried what the the effect would be like.

What is the Super volcanic pore mask?

Jeju volcanic clay is made from minerals released by volcanic explosions in Jeju. It’s categorized as a preserved alkaline resource and is effective in removing sebum and other impurities. This contains 6,020 mg of Jeju volcanic clay which is why it allows for a strong removal of sebum thanks to the Super volcanic capsules. As the capsule bursts, the mask exfoliates and removes dead skin cells. The AHA ingredient chemically exfoliates and smoothes out skin.

The Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask gives you a clear, contracted, and refreshed pores. The strong absorption of sebum and cooling effect of the clay refreshes the skin and contracts pores. Soon as you put it on your face, you will feel a slight tingling and as it dries, you feel it tightening your face.

After washing your face, apply the mask over your entire face, avoiding your eye and lip areas. Rinse off the mask with lukewarm water after 10 minutes. You will feel and see instant results on your face. I love that it leaves me with soft skin instead of dry and it gives off a certain glow which is really nice.

This mask purifies, deep cleans, and exfoliates with AHA elements to remove dead skin cells and Jeju volcanic clay; controls sebum production and minimizes the appearance of pores; brightens, tones, and delivers a cooling effect; leaves skin softer, smoother, and clearer; 4-Free System contains no parabens, mineral oil, animal ingredients, and colorants.

I can definitely say that this Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask is worth your while. It sells between Php560 – Php800 depending on which online site you buy it from since there is still no Innisfree in Manila last time I checked. If you can get friends to get it for you from Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, or Korea, then it would be a lot cheaper.

Kathy Ngo

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4 thoughts on “Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask

  • July 19, 2017 at 2:33 pm

    The (regular) Volcanic Pore Clay Mask was one of the first few products from Innisfree that I tried, and I have been in love with the brand ever since! I make it a point to hoard for Innisfree products whenever I’m in Seoul. 🙂

  • July 19, 2017 at 4:10 pm

    Would love to try this, too! Eto na yung stage na inaadmit ko nang kelangan ko na ng beauty regimen. 😀

  • July 19, 2017 at 8:48 pm

    I haven’t tried these but it seems promising. My friend uses this regularly and it tames his pimples.

  • July 27, 2017 at 12:13 pm

    ohhhh interested. I have big pores, oily skin, and still occasional breakouts at 42. I think this would be good for me.


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