When I first spotted innisfree at Takashimaya, I wasn’t as keen. About 7 years ago, I went seoul. The tour guide & retail assistants “psycho” me to stock up local brand skincare especially the sheet masks but…turned out they were not really effective on my skin … Until recently I chanced upon this ubberly cute skincare commercial.
I was intrigued and grabbed one from the store at my nearest mall. The affordable price tag aroused my curiosity further. Bringing home with me was Olive Real Cleansing Foam. I needed an extremely moisturising cleanser and the price says “buy me!”
Absolutely love the light citrus, calming smell and the rich creamy lather on my skin felt so right. Nourishing and comforting leaving a soft, clean and supple skin. Shopping with innisfree comes with samples. Tried The Green Tea Seed Oil … love love love. Officially in love again.
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Green shoppers will also be pleased to know that innisfree makes a point to use recyclable materials and biodegradable soy ink as part of its beautifully minimalistic packaging. The products are also free of the Big Four baddies of natural skincare: parabens, animal ingredients, artificial colourants and pore-clogging mineral oils.
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I have always felt my heart pinch everytime I discard an elegant, neat empty skincare bottle. Finally, I found a brand that is eco-friendly by encouraging consumers to give them empty bottles to promote green life.