Innisfree Peptide Sheet Mask

This premium face mask contains peptides, green tea extract, and citrus unshiu peel extract to fight fine lines and brighten your skin tone.

I have to admit that I judge sheet masks by their covers (this is the case for books, too—shh, don’t tell!). I love sheet mask packages that fall into one of two categories: cute or clinical. Innisfree Peptide Sheet Mask falls into the latter group—I was intrigued by the beaker filled with grape-juice-like purple liquid, and I was inclined to believe that it would deliver scientifically proven results. As a daughter of a chemist, I’ll always be drawn to beaker imagery, if only because it never fails to remind me of my dad. This mask is part of Innisfree’s Skin Clinic series of sheet masks, which are slightly more expensive than the company’s other masks (such as the My Real Squeeze Broccoli Sheet Mask), but I’m happy to report that this sheet mask is well worth the extra cash.

Innisfree Peptide Sheet Mask

The peptide in this mask, copper tripeptide-1, is also found in Laneige Water Bank Moisture Cream. According to this study, this ingredient is beneficial for treating inflammation of the skin. Peptides are also known as a powerhouse ingredient for fighting fine lines and delivering anti-aging benefits.

Innisfree Peptide Sheet Mask ingredients

Strangely, the ingredients listed on the back of my package were slightly different (much shorter) than the list I on the Innisfree’s website. I’ve listed both versions below.

Ingredients listed on my package: water, butylene glycol, dipropylene glycol, 1,2-hexanediol, glycereth-26, betaine, carbomer, arginine, citrus paradisi (grapefruit) fruit extract, peg-60 hydrogenated castor oil, cellulose gum, adenosine, fragrance, disodium edta, glycerin, camellia sinensis leaf extract, citrus unshiu peel extract, opuntia coccinellifera fruit extract, orchid extract, camellia japonica leaf extract, ethylhexylglycerin, copper tripeptide-1

Innisfree Peptide Sheet Mask

Ingredients listed on website: water, butylene glycol, dipropylene glycol, 1,2-hexanediol, citrus paradisi (grapefruit) fruit extract, glycereth-26, betaine, carbomer, arginine, peg-60 hydrogenated castor oil, cellulose gum, adenosine, citrus aurantium bergamia (bergamot) fruit oil, olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, pelargonium graveolens flower oil, citrus unshiu peel extract, orchid extract, camellia sinensis leaf extract, camellia japonica leaf extract, opuntia coccinellifera fruit extract, copaifera officinalis (balsam copaiba) resin, jasminum officinale (jasmine) oil, salvia officinalis (sage) oil, rose flower oil, elettaria cardamomum seed oil, ethylhexylglycerin, copper tripeptide-1, disodium edta

Like Frudia Citrus Brightening Cream and Innisfree My Real Squeeze Broccoli Sheet Mask this mask contains citrus unshiu peel extract, aka mandarin orange/tangerine peel extract. This ingredient is rich in vitamin C, an antioxidant that helps brighten dull skin. Camellia sinensis leaf extract (green tea extract) is another antioxidant-rich ingredient that’s included in this mask (something else it has in common with the other Innisfree mask).

Innisfree Peptide Sheet Mask review

Innisfree Peptide Sheet Mask has a few pros:

  • leaves your face feeling significantly less sticky than many other masks
  • light fragrance, not overbearing
  • made my skin feel hydrated, smooth, and plump
  • perfect size for my face. no tugging or readjusting required

The mask was nicely saturated with serum (definitely enough for your face), but it didn’t have too much leftover serum, if that matters to you. I know some people like to apply the extra serum to other parts of their body, so take note that this mask might not be able to meet that requirement if it’s something that’s important to you in a sheet mask.

One thing I particularly liked about this Innisfree Peptide Sheet Mask was that it was very easy to apply. Usually I struggle with unfolding the sheet mask without ripping it apart with my gorilla fingers. This one included a plastic backing that made it easy to unfold and apply to face. sometimes i have to struggle with unfolding a mask. not the case with this one.

The mask didn’t have any noticeable effects in terms of anti-aging (I don’t think it made my face feel any firmer), but that’s a tall order for a 15-20 minute sheet mask. The fragrance reminded me of smarties, ground up. Slightly sweet/candy-like. I would prefer my sheet masks to be fragrance-free if possible, but this one was mild compared to some other ones I’ve tried.

I definitely noticed a difference in quality between this mask and the Innisfree My Real Squeeze Broccoli Sheet Mask, which costs less but is also harder to apply and doesn’t leave your skin feeling quite as plump and glowy. I think you should definitely spring for the Skin Clinic series of sheet masks if you’re ever at an Innisfree store—these masks cost a little more than the company’s other sheet masks, but for good reason.

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