Tony Moly Review ||I’m Real Mask Sheet Aloe Vera & Seaweed

It’s time for yet another Tony Moly I’m Real Mask Sheet review! This time I’ll be writing about two masks I tried a while ago. A while ago we wrote about one of these masks (seaweed), but I’ll rant about it again.

The I’m Real Mask sheets from Tony Moly are a real bargain! We usually buy them in packs of 11, and as I’ve been working my way through all of them I kinda forget to take notes at all. So, for now, let’s take a look at these two darlings before I’ll order a pack again and do a whole post about these! Might do an 11-day sheet mask challenge?

These masks have a 3-layer pulp sheet which is filled with natural ingredients and soaked! in different types of enriched essence. Their main goal is to yield maximum hydration for your skin while targeting some other issues we might have. The Aloe sheet mask includes aloe extract and water-based essence for maximum hydration, while the Seaweed mask is enriched with seaweed(obvi) and microemulsion-based essence for purifying and hydrating the skin.  I kinda ended up using these two days in a row a while ago when I first tried my Etude House Berry AHA! Bright Peel Mild Gel (read about it here), and I kinda had the urge to just pack my skin with extra moisture so that the peel wouldn’t dry my skin out.

Both of them are packed with essence, they don’t smell, and are both soothing, and cooling when applied. I don’t notice any reaction when I use the aloe one, however, the seaweed mask does sting a bit. Like, besides this I don’t have that many other things to mention when it comes to these two masks. They provide a lot of moisture and both of them makes my skin feel super soft and hydrates. From my personal opinion, I’ll repurchase the Aloe mask!

&& yeah, I forgot to take pictures 😦

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Reaction while testing: seaweed stung a bit!
End result: Soft and hydrated skin!

Total rating: 5!

 

 

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