Review: Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask ★★★☆☆

I have been using this clay mask for more than 2 years and I still have more than half left.. *sigh* I like this mask, don't get me wrong but I want to try other clay masks! Okay, enough of my complaints on how long lasting this product is and let's start with the review.

I find that this mask is a normal clay mask. It is very long lasting, a little bit goes a long way. I find that putting it on while the face is a little bit moist is the best way to put on this mask since the water will spread the mask evenly. If not, it's a pain to spread properly. 

I usually use it as a mask to remove impurities. Though it didn't clean my pores properly, I find that the mask makes my skin soft, clean and somehow I felt that it also makes my pores tighter. Although it's not to the Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque kinda of extreme pore tightening. 

I don't apply the mask very thick because it'll not dry if you apply thick. I spread it out thinly so it dries pretty quickly. I usually put it on for about 20 minutes (one anime episode) and I rinse it off with water. 

I usually apply on another sheet mask after this so that my skin can absorb the sheet mask effectively. My skin feels smooth and soft after using the mask. One bottle will last you a long time although the results are not that visible. A bit disappointing but it's a not bad mask and I like using it every week to deep clean my face. 

I give this mask 3 out of 5 stars. It's an okay product but I want to keep trying new clay masks that will work better with my skin.  

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