Finally Revealed: Innisfree Jeju House Fresh Topping Pack Ingredient Benefits

September 4, 2016

 

Innisfree Jeju House Green Tea Plantation

 

The best thing to do when missing a place you’ve recently travelled to is to explore another place. I know right now, being in New York is completely far off from anything Korean but it’s only fitting that this be my last post on our recent trip to Korea while I’m trying my hand at liking bagels.

 

One of the main beauty items I was crazily stocking up on while in Korea was the Innisfree Jeju House Fresh Topping Pack. You might have seen me rave about it on my haul video here. I love this mask so much and I’m so afraid that I would finish it up, so I haven’t dared to open a tub yet. In any case, I’m sure that time will come soon enough!

 

Innisfree Jeju House Fresh Topping Pack

A snap shot of the Fresh Topping Pack bar at the store in Samcheongdong, previously seen in my blog entry on Seoul here.

 

Because this product range is so exclusive, you can only find it in two physical places in the world. One is the Innisfree Jeju House store at Samcheongdong in Seoul, Korea. The other one is at the Innisfree Jeju House main store at Jeju, Korea. I can’t say for online shops, but you definitely get the real deal in these two locations.

 

Innisfree Jeju House Green Tea Museum

Finally visiting this place!

 

Innisfree Jeju House Green Tea Plantation

A quick trip to the neighbouring green tea plantation.

 

But what I found to be more elusive is the description of what the different toppings do for your skin. There are explanations in Korean and Chinese in the store at Samcheongdong, but because my Chinese isn’t that strong, I only get a rough idea of what the ingredients do. So when I found the English sheet in Jeju, I knew I had to snap a shot of it so you can keep it for reference.

 

Innisfree Jeju House Fresh Topping Pack Ingredient Benefits

I think I found gold.

 

Yup that’s right. I think this is the only piece that exists in the entire world. Finding it made me feel like an archaeologist who finally stumbled upon the lost land of the Silver Pharoah. To see more shots inside the store and the Osulloc Green Tea Museum, check out blogger Cavin’s blog entry of it here.

 

The camellia, canola honey and olive are the only 3 oil toppings, while the rest are in a powder form. To use each Fresh Topping Pack, you need to add one powder and one oil topping to the base. If you need more details on how to use it, do watch my video which I’ve linked up above.

 

If you’re really into Korean skincare too, how about you share what your favourite products are? Also, don’t forget to follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube if you haven’t already done so. And for the pinner in you, find me on Pinterest!

 

Love the skin you’re in,

Roxanne

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