Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Cleansing Foam

Monday, May 30, 2016 10 Comments A+ a-

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore
Cleansing Foam


Hi Divas!

This week I have another one of my holy grail Korean products to share with you. Like I said before these products are not easy to get your hands on but I am doing reviews on them any way. It is fun to share and learn about skincare and makeup products around the world. The Innisfree brand is well known among Korean skincare fanatics. They are famous for their eco friendly products, using natural ingredients and recycling their packaging. All their products are free of parabens and mineral oils, and are suitable for sensitive skin. I love their environmental and natural approach to skincare. From this brand my favourite face cleanser is the Jeju Volcanic Pore Cleansing Foam. It is made up of tiny pieces of scoria, which come from Jeju Volcanic stone. These stones are native to the island of Jeju and are recognised for their skincare benefits such as being anti bacterial, removing dead skin cells and having moisturising properties. They are known to create clean and smooth skin.


I am sorry for the blurry photos. They were taken on my old phone and I had already thrown the tube away. So I couldn't take new pictures. My Bad! Xxx


The foam cleanser comes in a whopping 150 ml squeeze tube. My favourite face cleanser from Clarins only comes in a 75 ml so I love the fact that you are getting more product for your money from the Innisfree cleanser. Most of the writing and instructions are in Korean of cause, but there a few English instructions. Plus there is always Google if you need to find out more about the product. On the tube it says that this is a purifying pore cleanser, that removes dull skin and excessive sebum thanks to the Jeju volcanic clusters. The actual formula of the product has a creamy milky texture with small specks of the volcanic clusters. The cleanser has a strange smell. It has a slight sweet smell with a hint of a milky scent. It is rather weird. It is not at all bad or repulsive. I have never smelt anything like it.


This is a everyday cleansing foam which I use at night to cleanse my face and take off all my makeup. I usually wet face and then apply a peanut size amount on my hands and start washing my face. The cleanser starts out milky but once it hits water and you scrub your face it starts foaming up. The little cluster beads exfoliate the face by removing dead skin cells and cleansing the pores. The cleanser does an excellent job in removing all dirt and makeup from my face. Even the toughest gel liner and waterproof mascara gets removed in one wash. I love that it deep cleanses my face without it being harsh. I do use this everyday but if you are someone with sensitive or dry skin the deep cleanser might be a bit too harsh for you to use every day. I would recommend using it twice a week as an exfoliator.


I love this product and will definitely purchase it again. I think it does a great job in cleaning my pores without stripping my skin of moisture. The little clusters do burn the eyes though. So be careful in your eye area when washing your face. For those who have combination skin like me and wear makeup everyday you will enjoy this cleansing foam.


Thank you for reading, Beauties.
Much love!
Xxxx





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Kim Alston
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31 May 2016 at 15:51 delete

It looks and sounds really good. The last charcoal/volcanic product I used left red splotches on my skin. But if this is sensitive skin friendly I would give it a try. I've heard of the brand, but never tried anything from them. Great review.
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Bianca Smith
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1 June 2016 at 15:42 delete

I have never heard of this brand. Korean beauty products sounds really interesting. Thanks for showing us some products around the world :)

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Erica D
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1 June 2016 at 17:12 delete

I will have to try this if it one of your "holy grail" products! I've really been getting into the Korean beauty trends as well...I even put snail mucus on my face! Yep, I'm totally breaking out of my comfort zone lol!

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2 June 2016 at 10:58 delete

Foams aren't really my thing (I prefer milks and balms and oils) but it's good to hear it's working out for you so well.

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Ileana
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3 June 2016 at 22:02 delete

This sounds so good! Im obsessed with insider products. I tried their nose stripes, and the volcanic nose mask which is amazing!
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Diva Desle
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5 June 2016 at 12:31 delete

Thanks Kim. Innisfree products are very gentle on the skin. xoxo

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Diva Desle
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5 June 2016 at 12:32 delete

Thanks Bianca. I love exploring and trying new things ;-)

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Diva Desle
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5 June 2016 at 12:33 delete

Korean beauty is the best! ;-) I have not tried any snail products yet. I'm still a bit scared, lol. xoxo

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Diva Desle
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5 June 2016 at 12:34 delete

I love foams as they work best for my combination skin. Innisfree has some milk cleansing products for dry skin too. xxx

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Diva Desle
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5 June 2016 at 12:34 delete

Yes, Innisfree is the best!! I want to try more face mask products from them ;-)

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