Friday, July 19, 2013

REVIEW: Tony Moly Latte Art Milk-Cacao Pore Pack!

Good morning my darlings. Another weekend we are meeting! Looks like I'm going out of town to visit my mother & step-father with my little one & my hunnie. Some solitude with the ones I love. Today I’m bringing you my review for Tony Moly’s Latte Art Milk-Cacao Pore Pack, one of my first Tony Moly products.

I'm not sure if this one is a newer installment into the Latte Art line, but I do know the other two, the Milk-Tea & the Cappuccino, both came in different containers before their newer ones.. They were probably what drew me to the Latte Art line, but I'm definitely not mad about them being in different containers. No complaints here.
I adore the packaging. I’m a sucker for coffee anything, so this product was right up my ally.
Out of the box picture. The spoon that comes with it is too cute. As you can see, I’ve been using it. I took these pictures awhile after mixing it.
Look at that cute swirl! So fancy. The mixing spoon is engraved with Tony Moly's logo.
When unmixed, the mask has a brown swirled layer & a white swirled layer. Once mixed, the mask becomes a more grey/brown color.
See, this is what it looks like completely mixed. I haven’t mixed the entire thing up. It’s already really messy to try & do in the first place & the spoon is too small to mix the entire container up.
“ Pore tightening cacao pack with moisturizing milk cream.

This cacao-in-cream mask containing soft milk cream with sweet cacao powder lightens pores and moisturizes the skin. The cacao pack from Ghana contains theobroma cacao (cocoa) fruit powder, which has an excellent sebum-absorbing function, and it removes impurities from the pores. Althea officinalis root extract provides excellent moisturizing effects to the skin, keeping the skin moisturized even after washing your face. In addition, mentha piperita (peppermint) leaf extract and salix alba (willow) bark extract remove dead skin cells and tighten pores, making the skin smooth and firm.
[ VOLUME ] 85g
 [ DIRECTIONS ] After washing your face, apply our toner to prepare the skin for the next step in skin care. Mix the cacao pack and milk cream in a 1:1 ratio and apply the mixture to the entire face, avoiding the skin around eyes and mouth. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes and wash off with lukewarm water. After opening the product for the first time, it is more convenient to mix the milk and the cacao parts with the spatula contained in the box before use ( Use 1-2 times a week ). “
A small dot of the product on my hand.
A small amount of the product on my hand. I didn't allow it enough time to completely dry, but it doesn't take too long to dry up.
I love the smell of the mask. It smells exactly like chocolate milk to me. I also absolutely love how moisturized my face feels after this. I’ve noticed after using it a few times that my pores look a lot better, but my face also seems to be purging some nastiness that needed to get out. It’s not a problem for me since I want all that gunk out of my pores. My only problem with this mask is the burn I sometimes get when using it, especially on my chin area, where my hyper pigmentation is. Other than that, I can honestly say I love this mask.
I got this from for $11.80 USD. I don’t feel the price is that bad for this product. It’s lasted me awhile. I clearly haven’t used it up yet.
Would I repurchase? I’m very undecided if I would. I normally like to try many new things that I don’t see myself running out any time soon, but I do love this mask.
Overall, 5/5.
I hope you have enjoyed this review. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
A little side note: I may or may not have to start posting on different days or exclude a day from my posting schedule. I’m still using and trying out some of the current products I’m using & don’t believe I can completely give good reviews by only using them for a little bit, except for my previous review. We’ll just have to see what happens.

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