As always, Nivea is great with this hand cream also. It has a strong scent but I don't mind it. The cream itself isn't heavy at all, it has almost a kind of serum feel to it, and it's very pleasant to use. It doesn't leave a residue after it's absorbed, but if you rub your hands, or your finger you can feel it. It's not uncomfortable to me, but that's the reason why I would recommend this as a great hand moisturizer at nights, just before going to bed.
The Innisfree It's Real Squeeze Mask in Bija is a mask "with fresh bija tree seed oil (torreya seed oil) helps with the appearance of skin problems while keeping it moisturized and clean" Different ingredients from the other masks include aloe barbadensis leaf juice on the 10th, torreya nucifera seed oil on the 11th. It's the only one, with he shea butter one, that has the "special" ingredient this low on the list. The essence is clear and doesn't have much of an smell to to it. Redness calm down and skin is moisturized after wearing it, but it's not as good at those two as, for example, the aloe one. It's a nice quick mask but that's about it. There are far better sheet masks for the same price, but it's okay.
If you like fresh scents, but struggle to find those that last on your skin, you're going to love the Miu Miu Eau de Parfum. When you first spray it it smells very citric, like bergamot and lemon, but when it stars mixing with your skin the floral tones start to bloom: rose, jasmine. The last notes of the perfume are woody but not heavy at all, mixing everything perfectly. It last a lot on the skin and evolves, but I don't think it's unique enough. Like, I think people will compliment you on the scent, but won't ask which one is it. It personally smells like the older sister of the DKNY Women cologne, so if you like that one but want something a little bit stronger and longer lasting, this one is a good option.
This Innisfree It's Real Bamboo mask was the first bamboo mask I ever used, and it's supposed to "to quench the thirst of the skin and keep the skin moisturized". Notable ingredients different to the other masks from the line are bambusa vulgaris extract and aloe barbadensis leaf juice. The essence is the clear type. I don't know how bamboo is supposed to smell, but the smell of this mask is very herbal and pleasant, almost relaxing.It calms and hydrates my skin, and if I use it when I'm having slightly flaky skin, after using this it's almost completely gone, so that way I know it really hydrates and it isn't just gimmicks. It's a good one for its price, but nothing spectacular to be honest. I would repurchase it again to use in the car or in planes, but not in my house.
The Tea Tree mask from Innisfree's It's Real Squeeze Mask line has tea tree oil to help reduce pimples, "while keeping skin moisturized and clean". Different ingredients comparing it to ther masks from the line are melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf extract and aloe barbadensis leaf juice.The essence is transparent and smells like other tea tree products but, luckily for me, not as strong. It instantly gives the skin a soothing sensation and feels kinda cold, much more than the other ones. However I also noticed it dried faster than the others and wasn't particularly good at hydrating and neither at reducing redness caused by pimples. I think there are better Tea Tree masks out there, the Mediheal one for example is fantastic for just 500 won more.
The Shea Butter "flavor" from the Innisfree It's Real Squeeze Mask is supposed to have " incredible moisturizing capacity of shea butter delivers moisture deep into dry an parched skin". Comparing its ingredients to the other ones from the same line it has quite a lot of different ingredients, the most notable ones being dimethicone on the 9th and butyrospermum parkii (shea butter) on the 11th. It has the special ingredient kind of low, which surprised me. The essence is white and milky but not as thick as the blueberry or acai berry masks. The smell is subtle and like a regular cream moisturizer. The skin is super moisturized after using it and it just glows. The leftover essence absorbs quickly, which is always good. I think it's a perfect affordable every day moisturizing mask.
The Innisfree It's Real Squeeze Mask in Pomegranate is, according to the brand, one that is filled "with moisture from squeezed pomegranates leaves skin feeling firm and supple". The essence is again the clear kind, and is very comfortable to wear. The smell isn't really something to talk paragraphs about, it's chemically but not strong, like they tried to mimic a smell and failed. It soothes skin and leaves it smooth, although not as much as the kiwi one. Aparto from pomegranate extract, it hast adenosine too in the ingredient list. This one is one of my favorites from the line without doubt, even if it doesn't do anything spectacular, wearing it is very pleasant.
The Aloe Vera mask from Innisfree's It's Real Squeeze mask supposedly is one "with fresh moisture squeezed from aloe vera to fully moisturize and soothe the skin". The different ingredient from the other masks from the line is obviously aloe vera extract, as aloe barbadensis leaf juice on the ingredient list. Smells like regular face cream with a touch of the aloe vera plant smell. The essence is of the clear and fine kind, and it's really refreshing on the skin. Afterwards, the skin is definitely refreshed and moisturized, and it calms redness in the face a lot.Definitely one of my favorites for instant hydration, together with a couple of others. It's not the greatest out there, but a good, very affordable one.
The Innisfree rose sheet mask has "fragrant moisture squeezed from roses leaves skin looking smooth and radiant". The different ingredient from the other mask is just rosa centifolia flower juice, which is an extract from roses. It definitely smells like roses, the same way a bloomed rose garden smells (but softer obviously). I really like scented cosmetics and I was pleasantly surprised that the smell kind of faded, but still managed to last through my almost 45 minutes of wear- unlike other masks from this line.It's supposed to make skin radiant and smooth. I was expecting the same good results I got with the Kiwi mask regarding smoothness, but it barely did nothing (and it neither brightened up my skin).Despite it just being hydrating, and nothing more, I like the smell a lot, so I will probably buy this again sometimes when I want to smell something similar to roses.