Review: Innisfree capsule recipe pack (green tea)

Innisfree_Green_TeaThis Innisfree Capsule Recipe Pack (green tea), £3.75 (Yesstyle) was one of the first Korean beauty products I tried and it’s been one of my absolute favourites ever since. It comes in this cute little capsule, which can be re-sealed as it has a solid lid. You can get three or even four uses out of this mask and as it’s a mask in a capsule rather than a sheet mask you can really easily vary how long you leave it on for and how much you want to use. I mostly use this mask as a little boost under my make-up in the morning. You just put it on after you’ve cleansed and toned then wash it off after 5-20 minutes (depending on how intensely you want to use it). Moisturise and then you have a nice dewy base you can put your make-up onto.

This mask is really moisturising and leaves your skin feeling lovely and soft and with a nice natural glow to it. It doesn’t smell particularly strong but while the scent isn’t very exciting it feels really nice and light on your skin. Innisfree use natural ingredients that are very gentle on your skin. If you want to get an extra soothing effect you can leave this in the fridge for a little while beforehand. I recommend this little mask for all skin types and at £3.75 for at least three uses it’s not exactly expensive.

Annabelle x

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