REVIEW | Innisfree My Real Squeeze Mask #Tea Tree

I didnt know that the Innisfree My Real Squeeze mask were alcohol free until today LOL. Due to my sensitive skin and irritation, I always try to avoid alcohol in my skincare products. I am not allergic to any alcohol so far. I just don’t prefer it in my skincare, it makes skin dry and can be damaging if used in long run, I guess.

So I purchased quite a lot of masks from this range of mask, and since I got a skin irritation after using the wrong skincare last week, I purchased the soothing and calming ones. I got myself 3 Tea Tree My Real Squeeze masks as I’m more on acne skin and easily cause redness so I think tea tree it is! It was the first one that I tried from this range. I really loved it and it helped shrink my angry and cystic acne on my face.

Specialty of the mask:

1. 100% cellulose & perfect skin-fitting sheet 
This thin sheet mask is made of eucalyptus, with improved adherence on skin, effectively delivers essence into skin. 
* The ‘Easy-Peel-Design’ comes with a handle on the top of the sheet mask makes it more convenient to apply and remove. 

2. Filled with rich ingredients 
The active ingredients are slowly extracted through a ‘cold brew squeeze process’ at low temperature, to ensure all the nutrients are completely included. 

3. Each sheet mask provides specific skin benefits 
These sheet masks, are ideal as a daily pack, to target different skin concerns. 
*The icon on the packaging indicates different types of texture. 

How to use:

1. AFTER CLEANSING, USE TONER TO REFINE SKIN TEXTURE. 

2. UNFOLD AND PLACE THE MASK ON THE FACE, AVOIDING EYE AND LIP AREA. 

3. LEAVE ON FOR 10-20 MINUTES. 

4. REMOVE THE MASK AND GENTLY PAT THE REMAINING CONTENT FOR BETTER ABSORPTION. 

My Opinion:

Since last two years, I started to develop tiny bumps on my skin and it was quite obvious. It is not really an acne, but more like milia seed or they call it whiteheads. It looks really gross when you see nearer to the mirror. The bumps stayed like that for 2-3 months, refusing to shrink, refusing to go away, no matter how many home remedies applied, how many soothing products used. Sometimes I’ll just squeeze it out, its really bad to do so and it eventually left me a deep scar that never healed.

The bumps turned red, swollen and infected a few weeks or months later. I tried the Tea Tree mask particularly when the bumps were swollen at its worst. Anyway I used the tea tree mask for the sake of soothing and reduce my redness. The sheet was a little different than the normal mask range, it had handles on both sides. I wasn’t particularly fond of the handles because I don’t like my sheet mask touching my hairline.

I left the mask on for 15 minutes and the sheet was still a little damp when I removed it. No obvious result I could see but the next day I woke up, I can see that my skin was calmed and shrunk bumps.

The sheet mask didn’t help me get rid of the bumps but they somehow able to provide me with temporary relief. I would rate 4/5 for this mask.

Full ingredients:

Water, glycerin, dipropylene glycol, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf extract, betaine, xanthan gum, butylene glycol, paeonia suffruticosa root extract, centella asiatica extract, 1,2-hexanediol, chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract, peg-60 hydrogenated castor oil, glyceryl caprylate, ethylhexylglycerin, dipotassium glycyrrhizate, disodium edta, fragrance, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, sodium hyaluronate, camellia sinensis leaf extract, citrus unshiu peel extract, orchid extract, camellia japonica leaf extract, opuntia coccinellifera fruit extract.

*Results from the use of beauty product above may vary depending upon the individual and will depend on multiple factors, including your age, gender, skin type and condition, use of other products used, health history, lifestyle, diet and others

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