Everyone deserves to treat themselves at least once a week to a nice face mask. While many prefer clay masks, there is no denying that a sheet mask is the easier, mess-free option, definitely best for college students. And no brand does it better than TONYMOLY.
TONYMOLY is a Korean skincare brand that hit the US at full-force. Their products range from sheet masks to lip masks to lotion to hand cream. One of my favorite TONYMOLY products is, of course, their sheet masks.
I have tried many of their masks. My favorite one is the Red Wine sheet mask. Ulta’s website reads, “Tony Moly I’m Real Red Wine Sheet Mask is an individually wrapped mask that is formulated with red wine extract to reduce the appearance of enlarged pores while tightening and purifying skin, giving you a healthier looking complexion in as little as 20 minutes.”
And it does, indeed, shrink pores. I have put this baby on my face for the suggested twenty minutes, and it does wonders every time. It shrinks my pores, makes my face smoother, and also gives me a radiance boost. TONYMOLY masks are also dripping with product. It is very easy to rub the serum from the mask onto your neck and chest area, allowing them to be treated, too.
The Red Wine face mask does not have a distinct smell; it certainly does not smell like red wine, so don’t buy it for that. It’s a refreshing scent, however, and not overbearing. The mask is large enough to fit any face shape and is easily moldable overall creases. Once the mask has been on for twenty minutes, rub the remaining serum into your skin, and voila! Your pores are visibly reduced, your face is soft, and you’ve just treated yourself to some non-alcoholic wine.
The best part is, these masks are relatively cheap. All sell for $3.75 on Ulta’s website, but many TJMaxx in the area sell them for even less. The masks help with many skin ailments and are used to brighten, perfect, moisturize, and soothe skin. No matter what type of treatment you are looking for, TONYMOLY is sure to have it.
Have you ever tried TONYMOLY products? Let me know what you think in the comments!