We all have heard about modeling clay or “play dough” which is used for various types of arts and crafts, right?! But, have you ever heard about a modeling face pack?! If your answer is no, then let me introduce you to this innovative face pack from Inoface Cosmetics!
Inoface Modeling Cup Pack – Vitamin
Modeling Pack is often called as rubber pack or peel-off mask because it becomes soft and chewy when it dries. Many skin clinics apply Modeling Pack after using essence & ample at the last step of skin care treatment, because modeling pack forms a vacuum layer inside the skin to provide moisture and nourishment deep inside without loss of nutrients contained in serum and contract pores with cooling effect. With a layer between skin and Modeling Pack, it provides nutrition / moisturizing / cooling / soothing effect and also helps absorb essence & ample. We wanted to make more people to enjoy these effect with the easiest steps.
- Open the Modeling Cup Pack, you will see the mask powder and stirrer (spatula) inside
- Take out the stirrer and pour correct amount of water into the Modeling Cup Pack
- What is correct amount? Turn around the cap and fill the cap with water two times
- Then quickly stir using stirrer
- Apply modeling pack to your face gently and evenly, except eyes area and nosetrils
- Wait for 15 to 20 minutes to dry
- Peel off the mask from your face slowly
- Wipe off the rest of the left-over mask with a cotton puff that soaked in toner
Ingredients – Diatomaceous Earth, Glucose, Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Calcium Sulface, Terasodium Pyrophosphate, Magnesium Oxide, Ascorbic Acid, Fragaria Chiloensis (Strawberry) Fruit Extract, CI 47005, Fragrance
Price – $8.50 USD (currently available on a discounted price of $5.40 USD) | Quantity – 18g | Availability – Available on Skin18
My Take on Inoface Modeling Cup Pack – Vitamin
Koreans always make fun to use beauty products, don’t they? ? This Inoface Modeling Cup Pack is like a rubber or peel off style face pack. It comes in a powder form and you have to mix it with some water to prepare it. The powder is really finely milled like all purpose flour (maida! ?). This cup pack also contains a stirrer/spatula which you can use to mix and apply the face pack.
I noticed that the quantity of the face pack powder was a lot for just one time use, so instead of putting water directly into the cup, I decided to take out some of the powder in a bowl and then prepare it. In this way, the face pack didn’t get wasted and I got to use it multiple times! Preparing the pack is a bit of a hassle because you have to make sure that you’re putting the right amount of water and once you’ve done that, just stir it well so it’s not too lumpy. When you add (the right amount of) water to it, it turns into a paste and then it slowly dries down like a rubber.
You have to apply a thick layer of this face pack on your face otherwise it won’t peel off properly (or in a satisfactory way! ?). The first time I used it, I had applied it unevenly. Like, it was thick on some areas and thin on the other. I was able to peel off the thick layer easily, but had to wash off my face to get rid of the rest of the pack. That’s why I’d recommend you to be generous while applying the face pack.
The smell of this face pack is very sweet and just like strawberry. It comes in many variants, the one which I received is called Vitamin and it’s meant for “inelastic and dull skin”. My skin isn’t “inelastic”, but it’s pretty much dull so I love using brightening masks or packs like this. Unlike Korean sheet masks, it doesn’t give a dewy glow effect because it’s of a different concept. But, still it does brighten the skin and get rid of any dirt or excess sebum!
What I liked about Inoface Modeling Cup Pack – Vitamin
- Fun to use.
- Good for getting rid of all the dirt out of the pores.
- Smells sweet.
- Doesn’t contain any parabens.
What I didn’t like about Inoface Modeling Cup Pack – Vitamin
- Wish it was a little more user-friendly!