Innisfree: It’s Real Squeeze Mask

innisfree its real squeeze maskPicture used with permission from Innisfree (I asked :))

Purchased these sheet masks from Innisfree and have been using them roughly once every 2-3 weeks. I’ve had good experiences with Innisfree, so I was looking forward to trying them out. I have very sensitive skin and always believe “less is more”.

Looks delicious? Read on to find out more! Mmm-mm!

Most of the description is in Korean, so I’ve extracted information from Innisfree‘s official site for reference.

I’ve tried

  • Manuka Honey: Delectable honey scent, soothing to the senses. My favourite!
  • Strawberry: Delicious natural strawberry
  • Tea Tree: Mild tea tree smell, not unpleasant
  • Cucumber: Clean, fresh scent
  • Kiwi: Yummy kiwi scent, has a very fine, smooth milky consistency

Skincare Benefits

Descriptions mainly say “moisture” and “supple”. Not much specific to each ingredient. Let’s rehash our knowledge!

Manuka Honey is commonly touted for its healing factor. Strawberry a range of brightening and other benefits. Tea tree is commonly used to fight acne. Cucumber is a classic for moisture. Google is your friend, my friend!

The Mask

A triple layered sheet with artificial silk. Doesn’t dry out easily. Transclucent, thin and fits the contours of my face perfectly. Be careful not to tear it – it’s delicate. Probably my favourite mask, can’t stop feeling its silkiness.

The Ingredients

Sample list from Manuka Honey:

Water, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Ethanol, Betaine, Grapefruit Extract, Honey Extract (200mg), PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Xanthan Gum, Carbomer, Ethylhexylglycerin, Potassium Hydroxide, Aloe Barbadensis Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, Tangerine Peel Extract, Orchid Extract, The green Tea Extract, Camellia Leaf Extract, Prickly Pear Fruit Extract, Disodium EDTA, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance

Some masks in the market lists their key ingredient at the end – meaning there’s not much of it. However, for Innisfree, their key ingredients are near the top of the list, thus there is more of it in the mask. I really enjoy how much of the key ingredients are included. No complaints.

The Verdict?

I love it! It’s clean, it’s fresh. It doesn’t cause any irritation on my sensitive skin.

I’ve always had really sensitive skin. Many facial products and masks (from some well-known brands, haha) I’ve tried cause some discomfort/stinging on my upper lip. So far, none of the Innisfree masks cause any discomfort. It does help my skin look brighter and happier the next morning!

This might suit you if you enjoy a gentle, nourishing mask you can use on a regular basis. I highly recommend it for sensitive skin folks ;)

What do you think of Innisfree Its Real Squeeze Masks?

If you’ve tried it, how did it work for you?

10 thoughts on “Innisfree: It’s Real Squeeze Mask

  1. jerry19980525 says:

    I think innisfree “it’s real sqeeze mask” and skin solution mask are similare. Only difference is sheet. Skin Solution mask sheet is an organic cotton.
    Hydrogel mask is gel masksheet. Ingredient difference might be a little.
    You can do anything with gel mask because sheet essense do not drip. Well … try it yourself.

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  2. :) says:

    Thanks for commenting on my little rant haha! I think I’ll contact them via FB next time I have a concern.

    I have really sensitive skin as well :( My skin didn’t really like some of the It’s Real Squeeze masks because some of the varieties I bought had alcohol in them :\ I love their It’s Real Squeeze Kiwi, Rice and Blackberry Masks though!

    I’m actually about to purchase some more Innisfree masks. Have you had any experience with their Hydrogel and Skin Solution masks? Would love to hear feedback from another sensitive skin lady!

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    • apricotowl says:


      Haha, yes I find FB to be an efficient way of getting in touch with a quick response rate :) Oh no, what masks did you react to? :(

      No, sorry, I have only tested the It’s Real Squeeze Masks. Maybe try ordering small quantities just in case? Unless you can pass them on to your family easily if it doesn’t suit you :)


      • :) says:

        I turned red from the Strawberry, Tea Tree and Green Tea mask. My skin might just be overly sensitive though haha. I still find their masks high quality though!


      • apricotowl says:

        I see :( That’s very interesting. Naw, everyone has their own skin… kryptonite :) I heard we can make a list of ingredients from products we’re allergic to, then compare and gradually narrow down to better identify what our skin doesn’t like. Don’t know how well it works. But might be helpful for you :)


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