Review | Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Powder

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

I honestly didn't know that there are many types of makeup powders not until 2 years ago when I started doing makeup by myself. I talked about the sebum controlling beauty items that I'm using currently in my previous post and I featured this No Sebum Mineral Powder from Innisfree as one of them. 


I'm pretty sure if you're an avid Korean makeup user, you definitely know about this sebum-controlling HD powder or if you prefer, translucent powder. 
Product Description:
Sebum control powder that allows for non-greasy, downy baby skin Sebum absorption powder and mineral sebum control powder absorb excess sebum for a bright, downy skin as if presently putting on makeup.

Jeju natural minerals and mint for refreshing control of oil and moisture Sebum absorption powder with Jeju natural minerals and mint restores an unhealthy balance of oil and moisture, leaving a refreshing finish.

Absorbing excess sebum and oil for downy makeup and an even skin tone Absorbs excess sebum and oil to prevent makeup from becoming patchy, while correcting dull skin tone to keep the skin bright and radiant all day.

Weight: 5g

How to Use:
In the last stage of your daily skincare routine or makeup, use powder puff to gently apply onto entire face or sebum-concentrated areas.

Packaging:


The powder comes in a small green tub. As I bought this from Major B, there's no English label sticker on it. There's the expiry date printed in red for your reference. The powder is sealed before opened with that small sticker on the side. 


The small puff that comes with this powder is quite a convenient. It's really soft too! As the powder is small, this fit in my small makeup pouch so well. 


There's a security seal when I first opened the product which is common in Innisfree products. 


I want to share with you guys this infographic which is taken from Innisfree World. As you can see, there's more to it than just an HD powder. 


I have to say that I feel the powder is finer compared to that of Etude House Zero Sebum Drying Powder and I guess it's safe to say that this have longer oil-control effect as well. 


It spreads well on my skin, sits well on my T-zone and most importantly the oil-control so far is the best I've experienced. I've been setting my makeup with this powder ever since I've discovered it and bought like 5 tubs in one go! I just wish they release a jumbo size. 

Can get this from Innisfree World (non-affiliate) or at local Innisfree stores here in Malaysia at RM24 only. 

What you think of this powder? Have you tried this? Let me know by leaving comments down below. 

Until next post, annyeong~