Skincare,beauty

Innisfree Wine Peeling Jelly Softener Review

Hey everyone!!

Today i am reviewing a very interesting looking product.

Its the Innisfree Wine Peeling Jelly Softener which is basically an exfoliating product

PRICE

₹900 for 180 ml

WHAT THE COMPANY CLAIMS

This hypoallergenic hydrating peeling softener creates a clear and smooth jelly-like skin as it exfoliates dead skin cells and provides moisture with wine

Red wine softens skin and removes dead skin cells.
It makes your skin refined and smooth.
Highly concentrated red wine ingredient improves skin texture for a brightened complexion.
Hypoallergic in nature.

INGREDIENTS

Key ingredients include Wine Extract, Grape Seed Extract, Dimethicone, PEG-100 Stearate, Carbomer, Xanthan Gum, Ethylhexylglycerin, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium.

MY EXPERIENCE

Firstly i love the packaging. It comes in a burgundy coloured plastic bottle which actually looks like a wine bottle. Such a nice bottle to show off on your dressing right! The bottle comes with two caps one is stopper another is a plastic cap to prevent any spilling.

The fragrance is just like actual wine but its very dulled down and i actually enjoy it

The texture is a translucent type White gel which is a bit sticky but disappears as soon as you apply it on your face.

In order to use this I take some of the product in my hand and using my fingers apply it on my entire face ,then I use gentle circular motions to scrub off the dead skin.

You can actually see the dead skin balling up on your face. Initially I thought that the product itself is causing this then I realised that if I used it more regularly, there was much less peel off so this means that the product actually works

Post peeling the skin feels very soft and smooth to touch. There is a definite visible difference.

To Buy

Click here

PROS

  • Leaves skin soft and smooth .
  • Gentle on the skin
  • Great packaging
  • Enriched with wine extracts
  • Visible difference in skin after the use
  • Innovative scrub product

CONS

  • A bit messy to use

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