64% would repurchase
on 2/14/2018 3:47:00 PM
More reviews by Sunnyax
This cream has actually a whitening effect, which unfortunately is only temporary. I think it could also be a good make -up base but it doesn't work for me. My skin doesn't absorb it totally, so my pores are becoming even more visible and with the bb / foundation on top the result is even worse.it doesn't moisturize that much, so anyway I have to use also a moisturizer, but it truly covers blemishes and small imperfections.It smells good and it is paraben-free.
on 2/12/2018 2:52:00 PM
More reviews by JustCakey
I was an avid repurchaser of this product during the short time of it's existence. I discovered it spring last year, and it's already discontinued. I loved how thick the gel was and how little went a long way. It removed my makeup very well, which is important to someone like me who is prone to inflammation and congested pores. I do agree the formula is a little drying for combination, but it wasn't anything a light moisturizer after washing couldn't fix. I'm a little bit of a clean freak about my face, but I also have sensitive skin. This was my happy answer. Sadly I only have two tubes left and I can't find anywhere to repurchase. I guess I will go back to buying neutrogena naturals fresh cleansing and makeup removing. Which I also like a lot, but the bamboo one was honestly better for warmer weather. I'll sure miss it. If you see it on marked down on it's last legs somewhere, pick up a bottle if you have combo/oily and sensitive skin.
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on 2/10/2018 1:55:00 PM
More reviews by yjanney
I looove TonyMoly sheet masks! This one was no exception. I've been having problems with little breakouts lately. So frustrating - little whiteheads, some blackheads, small red bumps. Nothing major and no cysts but I just couldn't get my face to clear up. This sheet mask did the trick in one night. Every active zit either came to a head or faded away into nothing, and all flakiness on my face from treatments I'd been trying was GONE.These sheet masks are sturdy enough not to rip easily, drenched with the perfect amount of product so that they stay put but don't drip, have a faint pleasant scent, and there's always enough serum left in the packet to apply the next day. I've found them ranging in price from $2.30 to $3.75 each. I think they may have some issues with keeping up with demand because a lot of times suppliers seem to be sold out, so I always make sure to stock up when I see them.My favorite so far has been the Rice mask for Clear Skin, but this one was great too. Highly recommend!
on 2/9/2018 6:18:00 PM
More reviews by supafob
I’ve tried quite a few face masks from high end to low end, cotton to hydrogel, Korean/Japanese/Taiwanese/US origins, but I only have a handful of masks I would repurchase or recommend based on pricepoint and performance. This being one of them.This cotton sheet mask is very lightweight, but not extremely thin. It’s quite sturdy and doesn’t rip on you. I love the fact that I was able to walk around in the kitchen preparing food and it didn’t feel like I had a sheet mask on! No drippage or slippage down my neck, but tons of essence on the mask and in the sachet. If you apply the essence to your face on its own, it does feel a little sticky, but I don’t really get that feeling while masking. It’s relatively quick to absorb the excess essence on your face after taking the mask off. Even though the essence was pretty watery on its own, it acted like a serum on my face. I had rather bouncy, firm, and hydrated skin after 30 minutes of use. My skin didn’t show any signs of extra brightness, but it looked better due to the massive amounts of hydration it added. I was able to get these masks at $2-2.50 price range when I was at Hmart in Canada and would definitely repurchase at that price point or buy in bulk if I visit Korea. Unfortunately, US retailers are selling these at $3-$3.75 a pop (shame on you, Ulta) which is rather expensive for what’s considered a low-end brand in Korea.
on 2/9/2018 10:57:00 AM
More reviews by CordulaM
I bought three of these: rice, aloe and the "fancier" one with hyaluronic acid. I liked them all, and can't really distinguish between them very much. This one was a milky serum, I believe (according to them) where the others were a clear serum. I found all of the ones I picked were great, so I can't even say this was worlds above the others. I liked them all. I might say the HA was my favorite, but this certainly left my skin feeling soft and supple. I wish they were a bit more affordable since it's essentially like one serum application, but it is a luxury and a treat so I realize that. I would buy this one again.
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