I promise it had nothing to do with Lee Minho (of Boys Over Flowers kdrama fame) being the Innisfree poster boy. (Sadly, I did not see any Innisfree posters of him or else I would have asked for one, keke! All I saw were Yoona promos.)
|eco-friendly Lee Minho|
|Is that serum for me? thanks, Minho-oppa! (jk)|
|Innisfree poster flower boy boy Lee Minho, surprisingly he doesn't look uber thin here|
Oops...enough fangirling, keke (even my mom thinks he's a hottie).
About the Brand
Innisfree, the first natural brand from Korea, is dedicated to sharing the clean and pure energy of nature for healthy beauty.
Innisfree, the pure island where clean nature and healthy beauty coexist in harmony.
Innisfree is a natural brand that shares the benefits of nature from the pristine island of Jeju allowing for vibrant beauty and pursues an eco-friendly green life to preserve the balance of nature.
The Symbols of Innisfree
On with my first Innisfree haul!
Innisfree Green Tea Gift Set - 42,000 won
♥ Green Tea Seed Serum
♥ Green Tea Seed Cream
♥ Green Tea Mineral Mist
♥ Green Tea Energy Masks (3)
♥ Green Tea Pure Deluxe Kit (Green Tea Pure Sleeping Pack, Green Tea Pure Cream, Green Tea Pure Skin, and Green Tea Pure Lotion)
Buying the set was like getting the mineral mist, sheet masks, and mini kit for free. Score!
Innisfree Green Tea Pure Cleansing Foam - 6,000 won
I'd run out of my favorite cleanser, the H2O+ green tea cleansing milk, just before my trip and wanted to try something new since the H2O+ cleansing milk has been discontinued. I couldn't choose between these two so I ended up with both, hehe.
Innisfree Olive Real Cleansing Foam - 10,000 won
Here are the samples or "service" that I got with my haul.
Innisfree Eco Science Deep Cream samples
Innisfree Green Tea Pure Skin and Innisfree Green Tea Pure Lotion samples
Innisfree Vital Essential K Masks - Pomegranate
Cute Body Loofah Thingy
I didn't bring a loofah so I just bought this since it was cute (not realizing until afterwards that I could have easily bought a cheaper one at Daiso). I'd also bought a pumice stone and brush scrub, but that's not really worth taking a picture of.
I have already started using some of the products and will happily post reviews in the future! :) What do you think of the brand and have you tried any of their products? I would love to hear what your experience is like!
Lastly...in truth I don't go goo goo ga ga for Lee Minho, but here's an Innisfree Lee Minho CF (commercial film). It's random and in Korean even though it was for their China promotion, but still cute (don't blame me for the video's screen capture). XP