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About the product

What Is It:

Soothe troubled skin and control sebum with this natural cica-care clay mask from Innisfree. Formulated with Jeju volcanic scoria and madecassoside (a chemical compound derived from centella asiatica), this pastel green, cream-textured mask double-functions as a gentle cleanser, safe for sensitive and troubled skin.

How to use:

After cleansing, apply an appropriate amount onto dry face and smooth over problem areas, avoiding the eyes and lip areas. After application, let the clay mask sit for 5-10 minutes; then rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water. Use 1-2 times a week.


Water, kaolin, propanediol, silica, bentonite, glycerin, titanium dioxide, microcrystalline, cellulose, ascorbyl glucoside, volcanic ash, citrus unshiu peel extract, orchid extract, opuntia coccinellifera fruit extract, camellia japonica leaf extract, camellia sinesis leaf extract, 1,2-hexandiol, cellulose gum, xanthan gum, glyceryl, caprylate, disodium edta, iron oxides.

Brand info:

As Korea’s first and best natural beauty roadshop brand, founded in 2000, Innisfree truly is dedicated to natural ingredients and eco-friendly beauty. Their affordable, effective products, like their It’s Real Squeeze sheet masks and Green Tea Seed Serum, make this brand a favorite among Koreans and non-Koreans alike. In addition to a commitment to utilize 70% natural ingredients in their products, most of which are indigenous to the pristine, lush eco-system of Korea’s Jeju Island (their lab is located in their green tea farm in Jeju), Innisfree strives to reduce their carbon emissions, use environmentally friendly packaging, and donate 1% of their profits to the local community.

Reviews & Comments 2


Wasn't convinced the first time I used it, but I've been using it twice a week since and I do see a change: less breakouts and calms my skin when irritated. And it's green, so you'll look like a frog (which I find absolutely hilarious)


I've tried all the colors from sample packs given by Innisfree, but honestly it doesn't do much except make my face colorful and photo-worthy. I'd go back to the original clay mask :/