The Muse was busy having a little brood this morning about the new Tony Moly Skin Peek Masks.
Ok, actually, I admit, I was searching on youTube for Kim Hyung Joong videos and watching his Tony Moly commercials. What? They are SO much classier than Lee Min Ho Etude House commercials.
Scary cat on the shoulder!
Freaking love this spoof! (keep your volume turned down)
And than we have Hyung Joong looking all kinds of hot in the Tony Moly ads.
See? Corny but still Hyung Joong trumps that pink leisure suit any day of the week!
Wait..what was I talking about anyway?
Oh yes! The new Tony Moly Skin Peel Masks!
Good news, Sasa has ’em both in stock at very close to retail so if you’re having a little lem after my brief babble you can get them for yourself.
Don’t ask me why but it’s pretty popular to slap masks, hand creams, lip balms and the likes into fruit shaped containers in Asia. I’d call it the kawaii-factor as I imagine it sells millions just because it’s “cute”. Particularly Japan, a culture obsessed with cute, has a tendency to do the fruit style packaging alot. And yea, I’ll admit it, the Tonly Moly masks appeal because of the cute fruit and veg packaging…but I’m also liking the sounds of both!
Tony Moly Tomatox Brightening Mask is suitable for all skin types and contains fresh tomato and veggie extracts supposedly. If it does contain antioxidant ingredients chances are it will work at brightening skin tone and erasing dullness. I haven’t tried for myself but interesting in see the results for myself if any.
The mask is a typical cream mask which is applied to a clean, dry face and left on for a few minutes before washing clean.
Tony Moly Appletox Smooth Massage Peeling Cream is a peeling facial containing fresh green apple, papaya, and other veggies to provide moisture to the skin while gently exfoliating old skin away.
It’s a typical gel peel which you’ll use on a dry clean face. It’s a gel formula which you massage on and rinse off.
Both masks sound like they’ll benefit the skin wonderfully plus they are cheap as day old chips at $10 or so dollars. I wants to try. Will bring a review to you when I do indulge.
Have you tried Tony Moly products before?
Fan of face masks?
Tell the Muse!