TONYMOLY Monthly Bundle Review – February 2020
TONYMOLY is a popular K-Beauty brand known for their fun packaging and affordable products.
This is a review of the February Monthly Bundle, which is sold out.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Box: TONYMOLY Monthly Bundle
The Cost: $45 + $7.50 shipping. Cost varies per month.
The Products: Every month TONYMOLY curates a special set of handpicked favorites so you can try the very best of TONYMOLY without breaking the bank.
Ships to: The US
Good to Know: Purchasing this box does not start a subscription.
TONYMOLY February 2020 Monthly Bundle Review
This box doesn’t come with an info sheet, but it does always come with free samples. Let’s dive in!
I’m Pomegranate Sheet Mask – Estimated Value $3 (Buy two for $6)
The I’m Real sheet masks from TONYMOLY are a brand staple. They’re a bit basic and not much to write home about, but no matter what variation I try my skin is always more hydrated and happy after twenty minutes of wearing. I do enjoy using fancier sheet masks, but sometimes I just want to lay in bed and with a sheet mask on for no reason other than it makes me happy. This worked perfectly for that purpose.
I’m Layering Sheet Mask in Peach – Retail Value $5.50
This mask is neat! It is a two-step with peach slices that add extra love and attention to the place on your face that needs it, and then you put a sheet mask on top that covers your entire face. Peach water, in theory, helps with firming the skin and combatting aging, but that’s not going to happen from one sheet mask. I enjoyed using this, though!
Vital Vita 12 Brightening Sheet Mask – Estimated Value $4.50
You can only buy this mask in a set with Vital Vita mini ampoules, so no concrete value here (if I had to guess it would be around $4.50?). I liked that niacinamide was the fifth ingredient on the list for this mask, and the mask itself was a light peach color that made things a little more fun. The mask fit my face well, and my skin looked a touch brighter after wearing it.
I’m Red Wine Gel Eye Patch, set of 2 – Retail Value $8
I love eye patches, and I will take all of them thank you very much. This is made with wine extract, fruit extracts, and allantoin to firm up the undereye area. I don’t know if I am looking for firmness yet, but I am always looking for cooling eye patches to help me relax (I carry a lot of tension in my face, and I bet you do too!). These were cooling for a solid thirty minutes, and I thought the skin under my eyes was more hydrated after wearing, too.
I’m Lovely Peach Hand Mask – Retail Value $5.50
I loved this hand mask- I only had to leave it on for 20 minutes, the peach lotion smell is great, and my hands looked nourished after wearing it. I am pretty rough with my hands and cuticles, so I like using hand masks like these as a reminder to give them love.
Peach Punch Sherbet Cleansing Balm, 2.82 oz – Retail Value $26
I love this cleansing balm. Like the rest of the products from the Peach Punch line, this smells like peach candy- if that isn’t your vibe this isn’t the product for you. This does a great job of breaking down makeup and mascara without irritating my skin, and it washes away without leaving a residue. This has been my go-to cleansing balm since I’ve received it (I have at least three that are open and partially used in my apartment), and I have plans on using this until it’s empty. Since the peach packaging is so cute, I’m going to see if I can repurpose this once all the product is used up, too.
Peach Punch Cleansing Tissue, 8 sheets – Estimated Value $1.87 (Buy a pack of 30 for $7)
Normally when I wear a full face of makeup I like to double cleanse, but sometimes (read: after midnight on a Friday night when I am just getting home) I just don’t have the energy for it – so I busted out these bad boys. That was probably a harsh first test, but other than the thick mascara I was wearing this did a really good job of taking my makeup up off. I slapped a random moisturizer on my face after using and went right to sleep, and my skin was reasonably decent the next morning. These would shine after being tossed in a gym bag and being used after working out or on light makeup days, but they can put in work on a full face if they have to – just reach for a waterproof mascara remover first.
Vital Vita 12 Brightening Ampoule, 30 ml – Full-Size! Retail Value $20
These ampoules are a newer release from TONYMOLY, and this brightening ampoule is made with niacinamide (one of my favorite ingredients!), lemon peel oil, and bergamot oil. Citrus can occasionally irritate my skin but I had no issues with this, and it layered well with the rest of my skincare routine without causing my skin to feel greasy.
Panda’s Dream Rose Oil Moisture Stick, 9 g – Full-Size! Retail Value $14.50
This solid oil stick provides serious moisture to the dry skin that needs it, and I am infatuated with the packaging of a panda holding a rose. I really like the Panda’s Dream line from TONYMOLY, and I appreciate that this moisture stick is multi-purpose and can be used all over. This has some really nourishing ingredients like castor seed and jojoba oil, and I have used it on dry lips, dry cuticles, and an itchy eyebrow.
Kiss Kiss Sleeping Lip Mask, 7.2 g – Estimated Value $10 (linked to a similar product)
Sometimes I find the TONYMOLY packaging so cute that I don’t actually expect much performance from the items themselves, but this lip sleeping mask showed me I was a fool. I love the texture of this- it reminds me a lot of the Laneige lip mask, and it melts into my lips leaving them soft and nourished for hours. I am not sure if this sleeping mask is different from the lip essence balm linked above (this box will often include products that aren’t available for sale in the US), but it was all I could find.
Petit Bunny Gloss Bar in Juicy Apple, 2 g – Retail Value $8
This is so cute I could literally die- it is a BUNNY. LIP. GLOSS. And it is a hydrating lip gloss at that- it feels more like a balm with a glossy finish rather than a true gloss, and I am not mad about it.
Here it is swatched.
The Verdict: I have been reviewing the monthly bundles from TONYMOLY for long enough that I could do my entire skincare routine, morning and night, exclusively from the brand. And honestly? If I did that, I still think I would have good skin. TONYMOLY consistently impresses me with both their adorable packaging and functional products, and this is a box I genuinely look forward to every month. Value-wise, I calculated a total value of $106.37.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you order today? No, this monthly bundle has sold out, but the March bundle is available!
Value Breakdown: This box costs $52.50 ($45 + $7.50 shipping) which means that you are paying approximately the following per item:
- Pomegranate Mask: $1.48
- Layering Mask: $2.47
- Vita Vita Mask: $2.22
- Eye Mask: $3.95
- Hand Mask: $2.71
- Cleansing Balm: $12.83
- Cleansing Wipes: $0.92
- Brightening Ampoule: $9.87
- Rose Oil Stick: $7.16
- Kiss Kiss Lip Mask: $4.93
- Bunny Gloss: $3.95
What do you think of the TONYMOLY Monthly Bundle? What products would you like to see them include next month? (Personally, I would love to see more wash-off masks!)