I love skincare. Well, I love my skin and so I love to take care of it. I want it to be as youthful and supple for as long as utterly possible. So, because of that I picked up these Tony Moly I’m Real Sheet Masks. I am a huge fan of facials and skin masks, especially homemade ones. But, uh lazy. Sheet masks are the best because they are usually full of great skin loving ingredients and they are extremely easy to use and apply. Perfection. So, here is my review of the Tony Moly I’m Real Sheet Masks that I have used so far.
How do you use them you ask? Oh, you didn’t ask and you already know how to place a mask on your face? Fine, gold star for you smarty. Well, for you sheet masks newbies, it is extremely easy. Open your sheet mask package. Unfold you sheet mask. Look at your sheet mask and notice the eye, nose and mouth holes. Count the number of times I say sheet masks in this post, Place your clean, dry face in the mask. There make be a nose flap in your sheet mask, make sure you unfold it and place it over your nose. Learn from my mistakes, people. That’s what I am here for, you’re welcome. Let the sheet mask cook on your face for 10-20 minutes. Remove the sheet mask and massage the excess juices into your skin. Enjoy your new soft and supple skin.
I purchased these Tony Moly I’m Real Sheet Masks on Amazon. To be honest, I searched for korean sheet masks and picked these because the packaging was cute. What do you want me to say? I’m superficial. They came in a pack of eleven masks, each for different skin goals or ailments or conditions or situations. Yeah, skin situations. You can purchase entire mask set or you can purchase them separately depending on your skin situation. I have used a few of them so far and I usually decide which one to use based on my mood or how my skin is feeling at the time. Then, I walk around freaking out the people that live in my house.
Here are the masks that you get in the 11 sheet set. To check out a complete list of the ingredients for each mask, click the link next to the mask. You can purchase these masks here link
- Broccoli Mask Sheet – Vitality link
- Lemon Mask Sheet – Brightening link
- Makgeolli Mask Sheet – Skin Purifying link
- Pomegranate Mask Sheet – Elasticity link
- Red Wine Mask Sheet – Pore Care link
- Rice Mask Sheet – Clear Skin link
- Sea Weeds Mask Sheet – Skin Purifying link
- Tea Tre Mask Sheet – Skin Smoothing link
- Tomato Mask Sheet – Radiance link
- Aloe Mask Sheet – Moisturizing link
- Avocado Mask Sheet – Nutrition link
So, I have used three masks from this set so far and I thought I would tell you my thoughts about them. I have tested out the Aloe mask for moisture, the Pomegranate mask for elasticity and the Tea Tree mask for soothing. I enjoyed each of these masks. To be honest, they each left my skin feeling very similar. Mostly, my skin felt soft, supple and moisturized after applying. The Pomegranate mask is the only one that felt different upon applying. It definitely had a more tingly and tightening feeling. My skin was not red or irritated afterwords, but if you have sensitive skin I would pay attention to the ingredients of these masks and how your skin reacts. Overall, I am happy with this sheet mask purchase. At the time of my purchase the average price per mask was about a dollar. The price on Amazon now is about $15 for the set. If you find one mask is your favorite you can just buy a set of that mask. The packaging is super cute as I stated before and super simple to use. I will absolutely keep using these masks, probably once a month as a special spa treatment for my face. I will come back once I have used them all and tell you which is my favorite.
I completely suggest you purchase these masks if you are looking for a easy/lazy way to treat your skin and it’s situations. To check out all my favorite skincare products click here. Do you use sheet masks? It’s all the rage now a days. What is your favorite brand to use?
Oh yeah, I have a couple of Youtube videos testing out these masks. You can check them out below.
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