TonyMoly Sheet Mask Review Urban Outfitters

I’ve always preferred a very minimal beauty regimen. The least amount of products the better. However, sometimes I like to treat myself and try a new product. Not too long ago I decided to try a TonyMoly sheet mask and it has become one of my favorite products. 
In the past, I had tried various mud masks but they always seemed to dry out my skin. This was not a fun sensation so I stopped using them. Because of previous experiences with masks, I was a little weary of trying the sheet mask. Fortunately, I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome. 
The first mask I tried was the “skin purifying seaweed mask sheet”. I recall being very excited to the try the mask. The directions were very simple. It read, “Tear open and apply to face. Leave on for 20-30 minutes and then remove. This might seem like a silly thing to say but the mask was much soggier than I anticipated. This made it a bit difficult to be in an upright position while the mask was on. Anyone planning on using this product should definitely have it on while laying down; it’s a definite perk…a great time to scroll through Instagram or Pinterest. Although I must admit I’ve struggled trying not to fall asleep with the mask on. 
I took the mask off at the 25-minute mark and there was still a bit of liquid from the mask left on my face. I let the liquid dry off then took a look at the final product (my face). Oh boy was I happy with the result. I hate to sound cliche and say I was “glowing” but…my skin was glowing. My face looked refreshed, radiant  and very moisturized. 

Ever since my first experience with the TonyMoly sheet mask, I have tried several and they’re all amazing but my favorite is the Aloe moisturizing sheet. I usually like to space out my usage and use it when my skin looks dull or tired. I definitely recommend this product to anyone looking to change their skin care regimen. I purchase them from Urban Outfitters and there’s usually a promotion.  Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions. Hope you enjoyed the review.


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