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About the product

What Is It:

Oily skin and enlarged pores got you down, but don’t want to dry your skin out with a traditional clay mask? Purge those pores and control sebum without dryness or tightness using this next-generation natural purifying clay mask from Innisfree. Formulated with Jeju volcanic scoria and mud, this soft and creamy dual mask-and-cleanser kicks impurities and dead skin cells to the curb, leaving your skin clarified and fresh.

Our insight:

Ever heard of multi-masking? Different zones of your face may require different types of care. Maximize your masking sessions by using different masks for different parts of your face: a hydrating mask on your cheeks, for example, and a purifying mask like this one on your T-zone. Switch it up to suit your own complexion’s needs.

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How to use:

After cleansing, apply an appropriate amount onto dry face and smooth over problem areas, such as the nose and forehead, 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 3


It's quite odd. I enjoy the original clay masks, but this one doesn't do much for me. I feel like I'm smearing colored clay on my face for fun without the effects :/


I really enjoy using this: I find it effective in clearing pores without drying my skin or making it feel tight or irritated afterwards, and it washes off easily. Well priced too.


It does nothing on my pores, that's why I won't go further than 3/5 here. However, it is not drying, helps reduce oilyness, and it leaves my skin feeling fresh. I'm still disapointed... I can't see the difference, except for oilyness, but even for oilyness it is not that striking.