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No Sebum Mineral Powder by innisfree
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No Sebum Mineral Powder

4.3 (637)$10.87
smoothlightweightpore minimizinggood for under eye
Pore Clearing Clay Mask 2X by innisfree
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Pore Clearing Clay Mask 2X

4.2 (869)$15.00
pore minimizinggood for acneredness reliefgentle
Jeju Sparkling Mineral Cream by innisfree
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Jeju Sparkling Mineral Cream

4.3 (429)
lightweightanti-agingbrighteningevens out skin
No Sebum Blur Primer by innisfree
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No Sebum Blur Primer

4.2 (121)$12.00
pore minimizingsmoothlightweight
Skinny Waterproof Microcara by innisfree
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Skinny Waterproof Microcara

4.0 (303)
waterproofnot smudginglonglastingeveryday
Mineral Stick Concealer by innisfree
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Mineral Stick Concealer

3.5 (141)$9.90
blends welllightweightlow coverage
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Stephanie Felt
Dry Skin

Hello! Thoughts on the Innisfree brand? I like the price point and am very intrigued. Is it effective though??

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Samantha Brewer
Dry Skin

I wanna try it too, but haven’t yet.

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Evangelia Edwards
Combination Skin

Hey guys, I want to buy some skincare products for my mom for Christmas and need some advice. She has combination/slightly dry skin and main issues are hyperpigmentation/uneven tone, texture, and anti-aging. Her skin is also a bit more sensitive than mine. I’m looking for a cleanser that can be used morning and night, a daily moisturizer, and treatments to help her skin like toners, sleeping creams, etc. As far as brands, I’ve been considering Innisfree (have some of their products and love them!), The Ordinary, First Aid Beauty, Cosrx, Philosophy, and Murad. Sephora has several Christmas kits of these that have a few different products and are a good value. Which one(s) should I get? Or should I get a few different products separately? #antiaging #hyperpigmentation #uneventexture

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Emily Ortega
Combination Skin

Hey there! My mom and I both have combination and drier skin. I had bought her some philosophy products for mothers day and she loved them. The scents are really nice and the exfoliator and face wash are both amazing. At this point we tend to use the face wash to get our makeup off because it takes everything off so easily and the exfoliator is amazing as well! Its good for everyday use and is evening out my skin. They also have a lightweight lotion that I fell in love with. Most face lotions are too heavy for my skin even though it can get really dry. I apply it after washing my face one or twice and it NEVER feel overly greasy.

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Karrie
Combination Skin

has anyone tried the makeup products from innisfree? i’m more specifically looking for reviews on their no sebum pressed powder but anything about their cosmetics would be helpful! i love their clay and sheet masks and am looking into trying out more of the brand.

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Kat
Oily Skin

I love their no sebum powder line. I tried the loose face powder one and I also tried the pressed powder one. I love both of them. I love the pressed powder more because it lasts longer, the loose one won't last you because it only gave you a small amount of product, because for loose powder, it tends to get everywhere and you lose some product here and there, the pressed one is not messy at all. The pressed one is great for oil-control (the loose one too), not so expensive, a nice compact, easy to work with, it doesn't break me out. I bought a bunch of their pressed powder one because I used it to touch up and setting my face. The pressed one lasts me pretty long too. I love Innisfree face mask too, as well as their clay mask (the volcano one I believe, the one with dark brown jar). Overall, I recommend Innisfree!