You guys. This smells like grape soda. And it’s gelatinous. And it makes my skin feel like a really dense, low-pile, matte velvet. And did I mention it smells amazing? Wine Jelly all the way!
I’m only like an eighth of my way through the tub and I’m seriously considering ordering enough tubs of it on Amazon to qualify for one-day Prime shipping and bathing in this stuff/making a jiggly mold of my corporeal form.
Sorry. But this stuff (in case it wasn’t clear, the Innisfree Wine Jelly Sleeping Pack) makes me happy. I love scooping it out of the tub and slathering it on. It looks gloopy, but it doesn’t feel that way on my face. While it does absorb into my skin quickly, I never notice the areas where it’s taking longer to do so (especially since I am not always the most even in my application).
This mask doesn’t make any really bold claims, just the usual moisturizing stuff. The copy on Amazon does say something about lifting dead skin and the mask creating a “clear & elastic jelly-like skin with its shape-memory barrier.” In this case, I think the claims on the packaging massively undersell this product.
- Smells great
- Fun/easy to apply
- Seals in all my night creams/gels
- When I wake up, I look well rested (which is saying something because I’m averaging 4 1/2-5 hours a night)
- Costs $12.57 and ships with 1-day free Prime shipping (with a combined order total of $35)
- The smell could be off-putting for some
- Other than being a really solid sleeping mask, it doesn’t seem to have any other benefits (i.e. brightening, plumping, etc).
- I have maybe bought all of them from Amazon
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