Review | Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Clay Mask

Facemasks are a wondrous thing. Slap one on for instant hydration, winkle-or blemish-fighting and you are good to go. I’ve already shown you three of my favourite masks, and today I’ve got a fourth!

I picked up the Innisfree Jeju volcanic pore clay mask while I was in Hong Kong. Inspired by a lot of blog posts both about Innisfree and this mask, I marched straight into the nearest Innisfree shop and grabbed myself a pot.

The Jeju volcanic pore clay mask is from the Jeju volcanic pore range, from which I also own the cleanser (very nice) and the blackhead out balm (amazing). What impresses me the most, is the fact that while it is a clay mask, it does not feel like one. When you apply it (I recommend a thin, but opaque, layer), the mask has a wonderful cooling effect. After rinsing off, my face does not feel as dry as with other clay masks. This, for me, is very important, as a clay mask, when applied often, can have quite the drying effect on my face. Not the Jeju volcanic pore clay mask though.

Free from mineral oil, animal-originated ingredients or artificial fragrances, and with clay from the volcanic island of Jeju, the Jeju volcanic pore clay mask is full of magic. Absorbing the sebum and impurities, the Jeju volcanic pore clay mask promises to clean pores and clear out blackheads. I’m not quite convinced of that yet, although I did see some significant improvement around the nose. Expect an extensive review of the pore-cleaning abilities of this mask together with the balm and cleanser!


After washing your face and using toner, gently apply the product over your entire face. Avoid using the product on your eye and lip areas. Rinse off the mask with lukewarm water after 15 minutes. I recommend using this once a week, twice if you have very oily skin.

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