[WEDNESDAY MASKING] Tosowoong Pure Propolis Mask

This is one of those most raved sheet mask ever back in 2015~2016. Intrigued? Of course. However, since propolis is one of my favorite ingredients in skin care, somehow I just know that I’m going to love this one.

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From Peach & Lily:

Soaked in propolis extract, this sheet mask brightens skin tone and helps to diminish the look of wrinkles with niacinamide and adenocine. Propolis extract is full of minerals, vitamins and mineral extracts to lift and protect skin while imparting deep moisture. 

INGREDIENTS
Water, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Niacinamide, Propolis Extract, Xanthan Gum, Peg-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Dipotassiumglycyrrhizate, Ethylhexylglycerin, Adenosine, Sodium Polyacrylate, Disodium Edta, Allantoin, Panthenol, Parfum

HOW TO USE
Unfold and lay over clean and toned skin. Relax for 10-15 minutes, and pat any excess serum into skin.

PEACH AND LILY TAKE
The thicker sheet mask has a luxurious feeling, and it features a wider design to fit more face shapes! Each mask weighs 23g, which is equivalent to a small bottle of serum/essence. Plus, propolis extract is perfect for hydrating and soothing skin.

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This is gottta be one of my most favorite mask that I’ve been testing since earlier 2017. Though it’s pretty cheap mask at around $2 (depends on where you got it), this mask definitely delivers its goodness. Does it delivers its promises at brightens skin tone and helps to diminish the look of wrinkles and to lift and protect skin while imparting deep moisture? Well, definitely not. Especially when I never believe that a single sheet mask could delivers all of those too good to be true promises within a single use.

But, this mask definitely good at protect skin while imparting deep moisture. Well, at least one of its promises really delivers, eh?  As I’m a big fan of the appearance of moisture and hydration boosting ingredients in my routine, it’s only natural that I will like this mask as I predicted before.

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For me, the thickness of this mask is definitely perfect. Not too thin that it’s going to reap as soon as I open it, and not too thick either. It’s the perfect consistency for the essence to soaked pretty well into my skin in my opinion. And the essence!!! Oh, I really like this one! This essence reminds me a lot of the much watery and thinner consistency of Banila Co. Miss Flower and Mr. Honey line. Even down to the subtle scent of the honey. I really like it even though I noticed that that scent may come from artificial fragrance as it is appeared on the ingredient list, lol.

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So, my verdict is : this Tosowoong Pure Propolis Mask is a really really good mask if you’re looking for that instant hydration and moisture that will help to plump up your skin instantly. And if you’re pairing it with a perfect routine, there is a high chance that it will help you to glow!

Will I repurchase it? Definitely! It’s a good mask that comes with an affordable price tag! And I will recommend it to literally everyone, because I believe that hydration and moisture is definitely needed in everyone’s routine regardless of their skin type. Just, tone down your hope if you’re looking for those too good to be true promises.

4 thoughts on “[WEDNESDAY MASKING] Tosowoong Pure Propolis Mask

    1. I’m sorry that the Maxclinic didn’t work out for you! 😦 Haven’t try it myself, though. (Now that you said that it gives you some allergic reaction, I don’t even think to try it in the future, lol). I hope that this Tosowoong Propolis Mask works well on you because it’s certainly one of my favorite mask! 😀

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