Yes, it’s been confirmed, I purchased the Tony Moly Ice Queen Crispy Green Tea Pack because it looks like a little ice cream sundae. I’m that shallow about packaging, for shame!
But who can resist a facial mask shaped like a little ice cream sundae! Tell me, WHO?
However, the packs (facial masks) aren’t all that fabulous. I tried two versions and didn’t like either one.
Tony Moly Ice Queen Crispy Green Tea Pack can get tucked in your fridge (if you want) so you can have a cool, refreshing treat to come home to at the end of the night. It doesn’t need to be stored in your fridge but I find it more pleasant applied cold.
The texture is kinda sorta gross. It’s a gel mask that feels like jell-o that was thrown into a blender. It’s kinda chunky and strange. You apply it on a clean, freshly washed face and leave it on for 10 to 20 minutes.
It’s supposed to sooth stressed out skin but any and all skin types can indulge. It’s infused with green tea and it’s supposed to hydrate skin.
Personally, I didn’t feel like it did much of anything at all. I find it a pain to wash off as the chunky bits just want to stick around on your face as you rinse and finally it leaves my skin a little tight after use.
Sadly, this one didn’t make the old HG list.
If you’re interested in checking out Tony Moly products (since they aren’t sold in the US) both YesStyle.com and Sasa.com carries this mask and a other products as well! Also imomoko.com recently started carrying the brand!