Review: Tony Moly Essential Mask Sheet Pack Aloe

Good morning!

I was going through my skincare stash drawer yesterday evening and I found out that I am almost finishing majority of my facial sheet masks except for those from Laneige and My Beauty Diary, which means I can start buying facial sheet masks again. Hahaha … I am gonna bring about at least 7 pieces of facial sheet masks with me on my next Melbourne – Gold Coast trip. If my Sister wanted them as well, guess that it’s gonna run out sooner! Hahaha …

The reason why I can have so many products’ reviews on sheet masks for the past couple of days was because I had been using them on daily basis. As Chinese New Year is approaching, I wanna look my utmost best in pictures for my next holiday getaway. Who doesn’t want to look good in pictures anyways? Hahaha … xD Like a friend of mine who permed his hair few weeks ago, everyone had been telling him the hairstyle looked kinda awful on him. It took him a few weeks to be convinced that it really looked awful on him and he went to straighten it back on Christmas day.


This is the last piece of Tony Moly sheet mask that I have right now. Time to stock up next month! Finishing them gave me plenty of excuses to buy more. Hahaha … Anyways, Tony Moly has various range of their sheet masks. The most inexpensive and basic sheet masks that they have are Natural Pulp Essence and Essential Mask. But I personally preferred Natural Pulp Essence range more than the latter. Reason being, the texture of the sheet mask is a lot thinner and it sticks onto the face much better.

I have tried another sheet mask, Nature Republic Given By Nature Aloe Mask Sheet on the night before I tried this. If I were to compare the both of them, I would say I liked the one from Nature Republic better coz it has the same texture like those from Natural Pulp Essence. However, the fragrance level on the sheet mask from Nature Republic is higher. The fragrance level of the above product is lower but you can still smell the scent when you retrieved the sheet mask out of its packaging. I wouldn’t say it smelled exactly like aloe. Aloe itself doesn’t have a strong scent, anyways. It smelled more like some hair shampoo which I had used before but couldn’t remember which one, maybe Vidal Sassoon.

Frankly speaking, I am not so satisfied with the product effectiveness. The sheet mask dries up rather quickly despite the sheet mask can hold the essence pretty well. Upon removing the sheet mask from my face, I couldn’t see any difference that it did to my skin. It doesn’t brighten up my skin complexion like others sheet masks did. Neither did my skin felt moisturized and soothed. But what I liked about the sheet mask is that it fits perfectly onto my face.

1. Fits perfectly onto my face.

1. Doesn’t brighten up skin complexion.
2. Couldn’t see any difference that it did to my skin.

Overall Rating: 3 out of 5

Price: B$2.90

Repurchase? Nope

2 thoughts on “Review: Tony Moly Essential Mask Sheet Pack Aloe

  1. hey have you tried the I’m real aloe?
    What is the best face mask you would recommend for dry dull skin?

    • Nope, I had never tried I’m Real Aloe. I had only known about it when you just mentioned it. To be honest, it had been quite some time since I last used facial sheet masks so I am not aware of the latest and best performing facial sheet masks.

      The effects of facial sheet masks on my skin are very temporary, like overnight only. So, I don’t use them very often nowadays. I think it is way easier to improve dull skin complexion by using skincare products that give whitening effects. Most facial sheet masks only leave temporary overnight effect.

      The best facial sheet mask that I had used in terms for improving dull skin is Elizabeth Arden Visible Whitening Intense Brightening Biocellulose Mask. It is not cheap but it worked well enough on my skin.

      Hope this helps.

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