Beauty, Skincare

Tonymoly Hydrating Lotus Sheet Mask 

Sheet masks are a fun way to relax at the end of a hard day. They provide lots of skincare benefits, but they tend to be very gentle on the skin. Recently, I tried this adorable Pokemon-themed sheet mask: the Tonymoly Lotus Hydrating Sheet Mask. You can get this sheet mask for about $5 at Walmart and similar retailers.

First off, I really liked this sheet mask because it actually made my skin feel incredibly moisturized. It had a very soothing quality and left my skin looking more supple and feeling more hydrated. Anyone with dry skin will definitely love this one!

There were two drawbacks though. First, it was kind of hard to unfold this mask and apply it because it was so slippery and wet. Secondly, also in relation to the wetness, I found that this mask dripped a lot which is not something I’m used to with sheet masks. I didn’t mind that it dripped from my chin to my chest, but it was irritating how it dripped in my nose area. I felt like I was inhaling it, and I kept trying to brush it away from this area. I’m not sure why there was so much product saturating this mask. I haven’t noticed this in other Tonymoly masks that I’ve used.

Have you used this one? What’s your favorite sheet mask? Please, let me know in the comment section!

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Beauty, Skincare

Sephora Lotus Face Mask

It’s time for another mask review! While I prefer thicker masks that you apply like a paste,  I’ve been  enjoying a lot of sheet masks too. Recently I tried the Sephora Collection Lotus Mask. This can be purchased from Sephora for $6.

The skincare benefits of this mask are supposed to be added moisture and a soothing quality. I would say that this was true but just moderately. Overall, after thirty minutes of using this sheet mask, my skin wasn’t irritated and might have been a little bit more moisturized, but the effects were not dramatic. Still, for $6, it was an okay mask that did smell really nice. It’s in the more affordable range for sheet masks, and it would be a nice addition to an at-home spa day. I don’t think I’ll repurchase this one because there are better sheet masks out there.

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Beauty, Skincare

Tonymoly Honey Moisturizing Sheet Mask 

It’s no secret that I’m obsessed with masks. Today, I want to share a really great one that I found: the Tonymoly honey moisturizing sheet mask. I got the limited edition Pikachu one, but this is just a difference in packaging from their typical honey sheet mask.

You can get these from Tonymoly’s website and select retailers. I’ve seen them before in Ulta. Honey is a miracle ingredient, so I was excited to try this ingredient in a mask. First off, it smelled so amazing. You can really smell the honey. It also adhered well to the face for a sheet mask. I left it on for a solid thirty minutes and then I rubbed the excess product into my skin after I removed the sheet. I didn’t notice immediate moisturizing but my skin was noticeably softer and clearer the next morning. I would definitely recommend this sheet mask.

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Beauty, Skincare

Dr. Jart+ Pore Minimalist Mask 

It’s not secret that Dr. Jart+ is one of my favorite brands at Sephora. Their skincare products are innovative and work really well, and they use very natural ingredients that don’t irritate my somewhat sensitive skin. I recently tried the Dr. Jart+ Pore Minimalist Black Charcoal Sheet Mask which can be purchased from Sephora for $7.50.

This was a very easy-to-apply sheet mask (as most sheet masks are). There’s no cleanup necessary because the product is clear even though the mask is black. This mask is supposed to be a great product for acne-prone skin, and I used it when my hormonal acne was flaring up right before my period. I will say that my zits didn’t magically disappear, but I did think they looked less red and less noticeable. My overall skin felt much smoother afterwards, and it continued feeling more moisturized for a few days.

I think this is a great little treat for the skin, and I’m looking forward to reviewing more of these masks. I tend to prefer cream mask products over sheet masks (I feel like the creams sink deeper in the pores and give more immediate results), but this one definitely blew away the Sephora brand masks.