Innisfree jeju volcanic pore clay mask – Review.

About the brand

Innisfree is a Korean brand and one of the few brands that uses certified and organic ingredients.

Product Description:

Jeju volcanic scoria is formulated from solidified lava caused by volcanic eruptions in Jeju Island, is known to be pure and infrequently found. It absorbs impurities and sebum that are deeply embedded within the pores on the skin. Leaving your skin bright, smooth, clean, sebum – and pore free.




How to apply:

After cleansing and refining skin with toner, gently smooth it over the entire face or the parts where you need it. Avoid the eyes and lip area. It easily washes off with lukewarm water, but do that after 15-20 minutes of application. Use once or twice a week.


Structure :

As the name suggests, it’s made up of clay, but it’s easy to spread and apply, there is a spatula missing which made it stick to the inside of my long nails (that’s one disadvantage of the product), the mask dries within 15-20 minutes but doesn’t make your skin feel hard, the package is tiny, however, it holds 100 ml in it and because it’s thick, you won’t need much for a single use.


Aroma: The scent is not too prominent and is quite pleasant.

From my perspective:

Only apply it on the areas where you need sebum removal and pore control. I have used this product three times already and it makes my skin shiny and smooth for sure, it feels fresh the entire day (keeping in mind the horribly humid weather). It has a pleasant cooling effect after use which relaxes the skin. It’s not easy to wash off with cold water, use lukewarm water to wash it off easily, it gives a balanced effect, the skin doesn’t feel moist or sweaty after application like most masks. It will help remove your white and black heads and there is a slight brightening effect that lasts for more than a day.

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It did a great job on my skin, as it does the job of a cleanser too, it helps in removing the tiny dust particles and makeup residue.

I would recommend it for oily skin and T-zone skin.

Doesn’t it sound like a great oil control mask?

Keep in mind:
You might want to avoid if you have extremely dry skin/ acne prone skin.
Use a spatula to apply if your nails are long.
It comes in a brown, recycled paper packaging. It is Eco-friendly and has descriptions written in both English and Korean language which makes it quite intriguing and distinct. .



Where to purchase?

You can buy it on or if you are from Delhi, there’s a store in Khan Market and Select City Walk.

Price: Rs. 1000/-


[This product was received by me for a review but that doesn’t affect my viewpoint towards it.]



Sonal Arora ♡









One thought on “Innisfree jeju volcanic pore clay mask – Review.

  1. I’m obsessed with face masks these days. Clay masks are supposed to be amazing for oily skin. I’m currently using Himalaya’s neem pack. It’s pretty good.


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