Innisfree My Real Squeeze Mask Acai Berry Review

by Shivani Singh
5 minutes read

Who is it for? Innisfree My Real Squeeze Mask Acai Berry is for those looking for a cream type sheet mask with nutrients and anti-oxidants to vitalize and moisturize the skin.

Innisfree My Real Squeeze Mask Acai Berry

INR 100/- for one sheet mask (20ml).
How to Use?

Cleanse and tone the face. Unfold and place the mask on the face while avoiding eye and lip area. Leave on for 10-20 minutes. Remove and pat the skin for further absorption.

My Experience with Innisfree My Real Squeeze Mask Acai Berry


This sheet mask comes in a sleek white packaging which is pretty decent. The packaging has the picture of berries on it. Detailed instructions can be found at the back of the packet.


The fragrance is extremely light and bearable.

Colour and Texture:

The color of the sheet is white and the serum is white cream like. The mask seems to be made of cotton tissue which is wet with creamy serum. It doesn’t really drip.


The sheet fits nicely on the contours of the face. The serum is creamy and thus it doesn’t really dry out completely but if the skin is really dry and thirsty then the serum gets absorbed and the sheet dries a little. This particular sheet mask with the extracts of Acai Berry, claims to have nutrients and anti-oxidants.

The serum leaves a sticky feel on the face. I have combination skin type and when I removed the mask I felt that my skin couldn’t absorb a lot of the creamy serum. So I wiped my face and slept. In the morning I just splashed my face with lukewarm water. I felt that the mask hydrated the skin and calmed it down but there was no remarkable difference in the skin. There was a glow on the face but it lasted for a day at the maximum.

I feel that people with acne prone skin should wipe off the excess serum or splash the face with water after a while of removing the mask otherwise the clogged pores may cause breakouts. All in all, this mask is pretty average in comparison to other masks from the same range.

What did I like?
  1. Convenient
  2. Travel-Friendly.
  3. Hydrates and soothes the skin.
  4. Pocket-friendly.
  5. No parabens.
What I did not like?
  1. The creamy serum can be a little too much for combination/oily skin type and if not wiped or rinsed with water, the clogged pores may lead to breakouts.
  2. No remarkable difference.
Would I recommend it?

No, as I did not see any remarkable difference in the skin that would want me to repurchase it.


2 out of 5.

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