Made In Korea: Build-Your-Own Soap Classes At Innisfree’s Jeju Flagship Store
If you’re a fan of Korean cosmetics, make sure to add this to your travel bucket list!
Popular skincare brand Innisfree is proud of their Jeju beginnings. Since 2000, the company has used the island’s wealth of natural resources as inspiration for their products, and has since become known for items like volcanic clay masks, mineral seawater mists, and haircare sourced from regional flowers like orchid and camellia.
So when they opened their flagship store, Innisfree Jeju House, back in 2013, they decided to give visitors a chance to work with these unique, locally sourced ingredients to make their very own souvenirs soaps!
Guests are led through the soap-making process through a digital screen with instructions available in Korean, English, Chinese, or Japanese. Guests are given three Jeju-sourced soap base options – sebum-controlling green tea, brightening tangerine, or volcanic clay.
As the soap begins to set, it can be molded into fun shapes or decorated. Using provided alphabet stamps, you can even write your own special message.
The full experience is 15,000 KRW (roughly $13 USD) for the lesson, three bars of soap, and a souvenir carrying pouch.
If visiting the Innisfree Jeju House, guests should also be sure to check out the shop’s in-house dessert cafe and exclusive Jeju-only products!
Innisfree Jeju House:
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