Tony Moly Therapy Pack Clay Masks!

Hi friends. Serious question. Do you like to paint? Do you like clay masks for your face? Tony Moly has come out with the raddest therapy clay masks ever. I purchased mine from their site for $6.50 each. I have every color and will walk you through how to apply, what each clay is used for on your face and how you can mix and match them for custom skincare! These masks have Lava and Kaolin Clay and Bentonite in them and are 100% natural! 

Here they are! I love how they look like paint tubes! They have an adorable design that shows what shade is in each tube.
Here are the backs of the tubes. All the writing is in Korean which is why I’m going to do a lot of talking in this post.
Here is all my lines of clay mask! See how they look like paint? I apologize for the yellow. Apparently one shade had to be a non-conformist. I labeled what each color helps with.

In going to show you how to apply this properly to your face. 

This is my face before I started applying the clay. Make sure you wash it before you start.
For the first mask, I applied the black on my nose and forehead. Not to be too gross but my nose and forehead get really oily. This clay has Damyang bamboo charcoal in it to help control sebum and oil, and get rid of dead skin so your skin is cleaned from the inside out. What is Sebum? Sebum is a waxy secretion that the sebaceous glands make to help waterproof skin and hair. 🤢
This second step is for brightening your skin. There are rice and pearl extracts that help brighten dull skin. The under eye is always a dull area so obvious help was needed!
The third mask applied was the pink one. This one has calamine extract to help hydrate and soothe irritated and inflamed skin. I have a little sore pimple that appeared yesterday and my chin is always a problem dry area for me.
For the fourth mask, it acts like a gel and it has Marine Moist 3-Complex in it to help soothe and hydrate. I waxed my upper lip yesterday so added this to the area to help burn and soreness. Basically Marine complex are seaweed extracts.
The last mask was the yellow one. This mask is a cream clay that has Sweet Almond oil and Almond Seed powder in it to deeply moisturize dry and dehydrated skin. I’m not that dry unless on my chin but applied into my outer eye area and strip of my cheeks that I sometimes have problems with.
When all are applied, it says to leave on for 10 to 15 minutes. I left mine on for 15.
After the 15 minutes were up, you just wash away with lukewarm water. This is my skin afterward. It doesn’t look dull and it thankfully took a lot of the oil away!

There you have It! I’m going to list some color mixing help now just in case you have combination skin and want to use them!

Black + Pink = Gray clay for oily yet easily irritated skin. 

Yellow + Pink = Orange clay for irritated dry skin

White + Yellow = Lemon clay for dull and dry skin

Yellow + Blue = Green clay for serious dry skin that need hydration! Possibly in the winter! 

I hope you enjoyed this post and information! Xo

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Author: aubr3y87

I recently was a full-time worker that has went to a stay at home mom lifestyle and I'm attempting to blog about makeup and the perks of being a mother.

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