Chok-chok Moist facial mask – Manuka honey

Chok chok  Moist facial mask – Manuka honey

“innisfree it’s real squeeze mask” …….. US$1/sheet






Manuka honey is a floral honey produced in New Zealand and Australia from the nectar of the Manuka tree. A component found in Manuka honey has demonstrated antibacterial properties.

This honey has strong Eucalyptus scent.



In this Spring, yellow dust wind makes face trouble and dry skin.

So…. I have manuka honey facial mask today. In fact, I found it in my desk.

This mask fits nicely, and the product absorbs easily into my skin. I like its honey fragrance .

Before using maskpack, you’d better remove dead skin cell in the face. Then face will absorb much more nourishing in the pack.

A friend of mine who has sensitive skin also likes it, so I would highly recommend this mask to everyone.

I think, man will like this cotton facial mask, too.




1.Manufacture : Innisfree of origin : Republic of Korea

3.volume : 20ml

4.major ingredients : manuka honey extract (200mg), orange peel extract, orchid extract, camellia leaf extract, fruit extract of baeknyeoncho (=cactus), water,glycerin, butylenes glycol, cetyl ethylhexanoate, caprylic/capric triglyceride, citrus paradisi(grapefruit)

5.product description : Real source mask with New Zealand manuca honey to provide rich moisture. Jeju green complex provide healthy skin. Tripe layer sheet provide long lasting moisture with quick essence absorption. to use : after face wash use toner. take out the mask, apply onto face gently.remove after 15 minutes, tap lightly the excess amount of essence for absorption.






One thought on “Chok-chok Moist facial mask – Manuka honey

  1. Well, I wouldn’t want to use straight honey as a face mask, but the fact is, that would probably be the best use of honey as a skin care treatment. The essence is the clear and watery type, like the My Beauty Diary formulations I’m used to, with a soft, sweet, vaguely honey like fragrance. So far, so good.


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