Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask: Mini Review

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The Face Shop Jeju Volcanic Lava Peel-Off Clay Nose Mask: Moldable Biore Strip-like Fun!

Remember Biore strips? Of course you do! You’ve probably been seeing and hearing about clay nose masks, perhaps like the Hell Pore mask, which goes on like a pack or mask but cleans out the pores like a Biore strip. It’s also oft-mentioned as “the most painful mask on the planet” (dying to hand over your cash yet?!).

I recently picked up a similar product, Jeju Volcanic Lava Peel-Off Clay Nose Mask, from a The Face Shop outlet in Cambodia. The Face Shop is a Korean beauty company that sadly doesn’t yet have any outlets where I live, so I feel like a kid in a candy shop whenever the opportunity becomes available to shop at one.

The Face Shop Jeju Volcanic Lava Peel Off Clay Nose Mask

I found it in the “men’s care” section of the store. It has no discernible fragrance and the clay nose mask consistency is very thick and white. It has a very shiny finish.

After double cleansing, I applied the mask rather thick over my nose and alongside, where my pores tend to get most congested (aka where the old biore strips would sit).

Double Masking with the clay pore mask and a hydrating mask under the eyes from Paula’s Choice.

I like to double mask, especially when using a more drying mask like clay masks typically are. I usually apply a very hydrating one under and around my eyes to sit while my nose is cooking. This one is from Paula’s Choice.

It takes 10-15 minutes or so for the clay nose mask to set all the way. Your experience will vary depending on the humidity level of your house. When it’s completely dry, start at one side and start gently peeling it off.

When you have it off, flip it over and see what kind of goodies you’ve fished out of your pores (be honest, this is the best part, am I right?).

The Lowdown on The Face Shop Jeju Volcanic Lava Peel-Off Clay Nose Mask

Scent: none

Pain level: low, for me slightly less uncomfortable than Biore strips

Pros: with a clay mask, you can customize the fit to your own nose and needs. The skin under the mask felt very soft after I peeled this off. Also, I found this to be more effective than the black peel off masks I’ve found in Japanese drug stores.

Cons: for me, not available locally so must be purchased online or while on vacation.

Cost: around $7 USD plus shipping/tax as applicable.

Recommend: yes!

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