Continuing on my theme of “I really really love sheet masks”, I thought I’d write a little bit about Innisfree’s Jejubija Sheet Mask.
Now that the weather is warming up, my oily face is getting even oiler, and in recent weeks I’ve noticed some bumps in my skin – most noticeably on my forehead. I don’t like them. We are not friends. I want them to go away. So when I went through and bought my metric ton of Innisfree sheet masks, I picked up a set of them that said “anti-trouble”. I assume that’s Korean for “Holy cow we need to get THAT off your face”.
The Jejubija masks come in the same sort of packet as the Royal Jelly, with basically the same tagline. I can’t tell whether I feel cheated that it doesn’t actually say “LET ME FIX YOUR FACE” on the front, or whether I admire their consistency. Either way.
|I still don’t know what “bija” actually is.|
The back of the packet is, of course, mostly in Korean, but there’s a handy dandy diagram showing you how you put things on your face. The bottom bit is in English, and I assume it’s a translation of the the instructions on top, but I really couldn’t tell you either way (my Korean is, alas, terrible).
|Here’s the whole thing…|
|…and a close-up of the bit in English.|
Like the Royal Jelly mask, the Bija mask has 20 mL of essence in it, and is meant to be used after your toner step.
|Here’s what you get!|
This mask feels like it’s a thinner consistency than the Royal Jelly mask, which made me a little sad. It isn’t that I think a mask has to be thick to work; it’s just that something about the way the Royal Jelly mask sat on my face was nice.