Innisfree is a Korean beauty brand that falls under Amorepacific, along with other companies like Etude House and Laneige. Today I’m reviewing one of the sheet masks I purchased during an impromptu trip to Innisfree’s Midtown East location in NYC. I initially picked up Innisfree My Real Squeeze Broccoli Sheet Mask because of I was amused to see a bunch of broccoli florets on the front of a skincare product. But then I realized that it made sense: Why wouldn’t this food be…
Citrus unshiu peel extract
It’s the first day of 2019! I thought it would be fitting to review something that’s meant to wash away makeup, sunscreen, and impurities—including the kind that come from boarding a long flight back home after visiting your family for the holidays. Today I’m focusing on Innisfree Refreshing Cleansing Wipes with Apple Seed. I picked up this 15-pack on a whim when I wandered into Innisfree’s new-ish Midtown East location in NYC.
As I was browsing the K-Beauty section at CVS a few weeks ago, the Frudia Citrus Brightening Cream caught my eye. When I scanned the ingredient list, the most intriguing one was also the first: citrus unshiu peel extract. I decided to give it a try to see if it would be able to live up to its “brightening” claim.