Review: Innisfree It’s Real Squeeze Mask | Manuka Honey

It’s not really worth it but you can try it, I guess?

Innisfree It's Real Squeeze Mask, Manuka Honey
Courtesy of fiftyshadesofsnail.com

I gravitate towards sheet masks when my face tends to feel stiff or dry AF.

And I mean, manuka honey is allegedly supposed to help with blemishes and is extremely hydrating. So yes, I had high hopes for this cotton sheet mask.

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This particular mask doesn’t cling well to my face shape especially towards my chin area. I would also have appreciated a nose piece that actually covers my nose.

Although I’ll admit, unless it’s a hydrogel mask, I haven’t found a cotton sheet mask that completely covers my face.

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The sheet mask starts to feel dry within the first fifteen minutes and the essence is absorbed into the skin and dries ten minutes after sheet mask removal.

Overall, although the sheet mask is allegedly infused with manuka honey it didn’t provide magical results. Nothing more than a bit of extra hydration.

If you noticed in the second image, I have a peeping pimple on my chin and I didn’t notice any immediate redness reduction or pimple shrinkage.

And I should add, on the ingredients list manuka honey isn’t listed. Honey extract however is listed as an ingredient towards the beginning of the ingredient list.

Rating: 3/5

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