Tony Moly Intense Care Snail Foot Mask*

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I am not sure as to how long foot masks have existed but I've only known about this particular product in 2013. I didn't use it right away because I wasn't that interested in the product. But when I finally used it, I liked how it made my feet smoother. So, when I got a foot mask from last month's BDJ Box, I scheduled on when to use it again.

And that was last week.

Tony Moly Intense Care Snail Foot Mask, PhP198

Good thing I got this for free as I find the foot mask a bit pricey. The instructions on how to use the foot mask is in Korean but there were four self-explanatory images to help you go about the product.

First, clean your feet.
Second, tear the foot mask into two and wear it like you would a sock.
Third, wait for 20 minutes then remove it.
Fourth, you end up with a smoother and softer feet!

Yep, this is how it looks like.


I wasn't sure if I was supposed to rinse my feet after I remove the foot mask. But I didn't rinse my feet because it was a little sticky because of the serum (or was it a moisturiser?). Instead, I let it dry. My feet did feel a lot smoother. I think this foot mask is supposed to peel off dead skin on your feet but my feet still hasn't peeled until now. So, I don't know.

I'm not really into foot masks as I prefer to get a foot spa. But if you don't have time to go to a nail spa, you can definitely try this as home. Give your feet some TLC while you watch TV or in my case, blog!


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7 comments:

  1. i love face masks ms gem but i think i should try this too para sa home pampering ng feet ko =)

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  2. Use this before you sleep :)

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  3. will surely do ms gem, it may help soften my cracked heels =(

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  4. Mickey Angel CortezMay 15, 2015 at 8:40 PM

    Hihi it's my first time to read a review about a foot mask. At first I wa like, What a foot mask? Really? Haha. I'm just fascinated about the innovations for our pamper time, such as this product. You're right. When you don't have a time to go to a salon for a foot spa, this is definitely worth the try. :)

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  5. This is supposed to peel dead skin on my feet pala but I didn't peel. Maybe there's no dead skin hehe :)

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  6. This is the first time for me too to hear about foot masks since mas common ang face masks sa market. Another Korean "invention" =) Maybe I'll try this since hindi rin naman ako mahilig mag-foot spa. Just once every two months maybe coz it costs more than my face mask (^-^)

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  7. Yeh once in awhile should be good :)

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