My Tony Moly haul from Seoul, Korea and a quick foot mask review
I am home! And experiencing some jet lag, so I'm up and wanting to share my haul from Tony Moly, straight from Seoul, Korea. I wish I had more time to look into more product but I was quite pressed for time and masks were the easiest to pick up. I'll go into more detail in later posts of each item once I've had more of a chance to use them, but for now, I'll share a quick review of the Tony Moly foot mask I bought since it's a quick one-off that I was able to use during my trip.
From all the walking we did, my feet needed some TLC so I stayed up one night and did a foot mask (I took a picture of my feet but looking at it, I think I'll spare you - you can imagine though, dry and cracked from before the trip, and then just swollen and puffy from all the walking) .
It's very easy and non-messy - all the moisturizer is sealed in really well in the sock, even after you separate the two along the perforation.
My feet felt a lot better afterwards; during the 20 minutes, they cooled down and there was a nice scent from the sock and a nice tingling feeling. I think if I had taken the time to properly use a pumice stone to go over my feet after, the results would have been much better.
I only purchased 2 of these masks and sort of regret not getting more as I can see how they can be really useful. It's ok though, because I plan to visit Korea again, many more times. There's just so much to see and my sister-in-law and brother-in-law were such amazing tour guides; despite the large group of people and little time, they still made sure I had some time to grab these things (and help carry them all day!) and also take me to the Hello Kitty Cafe (which I'll share in a later post)