This purchase was a bit of a consumer fail on my part. I had fully intended on buying another cushion foundation to compare to the IOPE Air Cushion that I’ve been using. The Innisfree Melting Cover Foundation appeared to be in a cushion format: it was packaged in a cushion type compact along with the standard cushion applicator. To my disappointment however, I discovered when it arrived that it was simply a cream foundation pressed into a cushion style package. Not at all what I was looking for.
Despite not being what I intended on buying, I still gave this foundation a shot and now am ready to provide a review.
Since I’m one of those people who really hasn’t used hair products, searching for products to try has been an interesting experience. I didn’t have any clue what my hair needed, whether it was dry or damaged or not, or what I should be looking out for in treatment or styling products. For the most part I still have no clue, so take everything I have to say here with a grain of salt!
I wanted to try a leave-in treatment to see if it would benefit my hair in any way, which would then help to shape my understanding of what my hair needs from the products I use. I chose to start with the Innisfree Camellia Essential Hair Oil Serum because it was cheap and I was familiar with the brand, and I had already tried the shampoo from the same product line. I know, this purchase was super inspired. /s
Cleansing oils are probably my favorite products to use. There’s something about mushing around all your makeup after a day of carefully avoiding face contact that is therapeutic for me. There’s no harsh scrubbing with a wipe, no dragging cotton rounds over your skin. There’s only a relaxing massage all over to dissolve everything, and then all the dirt and sunscreen and makeup just rinses away. It’s so easy and it works so well. Innisfree’s Apple Seed Cleansing Oil lured me in with a promise of a juicy apple scent on top of everything I love about oil cleansers. Let’s see if it lived up to expectations.
When it comes to hair care, I’m totally lost. My hair is super thin and straight, and I’ve worn it in a rather short pixie cut for a few years now. Having glorious long locks was never something I aimed to achieve before. Now that I have the aspiration of a curated, asian beauty inspired hair care routine, I have an extreme lack of direction for the kinds of products I want to try. Picking up this shampoo was a way for me to get my toes wet so I can start working on properly taking care of my hair and scalp.
With my skin being as dry and thirsty as it is, I tend to load up on a range of moisturizers and serums in my nighttime routine. After discovering asian beauty, I was introduced to a new product type that was designed for sealing in all those layers just before bed: sleeping packs. Innisfree’s Green Tea Sleeping Pack was my first ever experience with this type of product, and I’m overall pleased with how it turned out. I’m definitely on the path towards having a variety of sleeping packs in my skincare wardrobe, as this product sparked a desire to try out even more.
This was another well-loved item from Innisfree’s Green Tea line that I was curious about. The Green Tea Balancing Lotion as well as the Green Tea Seed Serum (reviewed) are both extremely popular in the Asian Beauty community. I love green tea as a skin care ingredient, so I needed to see for myself if my skin would respond as well as everyone else’s seems to.
Time for another review! Hopefully I can get another one out faster than this. My goal is to produce one review a week to match with my schedule of trying out one new product per week. Gonna have to push myself to get there I think.
I bought Innisfree’s Green Tea Seed Serum due to its popularity. Lots of people love the hydration this product delivers, and some suggest an ability to calm redness and/or irritation as well. It’s listed as a best seller on Innisfree’s website, and I’ve read enough positive reviews to make me curious enough to try it out.