Beauty Unmasked: Face Mask Recommendations For Every Need | Clozette

Forget the diamonds ladies, we now have a new best friend that’s also small and handy but doesn't cost an arm and a leg — face masks!

These beauty sheets, whose popularity seemed like a gift from our Korean sisters, are instant lifesavers especially if you spent the evening having more drinks than you intended or binging on the “Somebody Feed Phil” series on Netflix (which basically got you so hungry you couldn’t sleep!). Face masks are especially useful to girls who are too lazy busy to properly wash, tone and moisturise.

These “instant facials” are an instant pick-me-up and could do wonders to skin that’s been exposed from harmful elements both chemical and natural. Not only that, but face masks also make it easier for one to use makeup, making them the perfect primer which delicious effects last for days. 

But with all the choices that we have in beauty bars, salons, health and beauty stores and favourite online shopping portals, one is bound to be confused as to what face mask we should truly choose. Well, we’re here to make things easier for you ladies. Ready for a home facial? Try out these beauty sheets.

Tony Moly Tomatox White Massage Pack

Tomatoes are known for their amazing skin benefits like preventing signs of skin ageing, tightening pores, promoting glowing skin and acting as a natural sunscreen via its main ingredient, lycopene. So it comes as no surprise that this fruit (often mistaken as a vegetable) is being used as an ingredient for a facial sheet. Tomatox is said to contain lemon and balcha extracts that help brighten one’s skin in need of an instant boost.

Leaders Insolution Snail Therapy Skin Clinic Mask 

Nursing skin that’s experiencing minor breakouts and blemishes? This face mask is for you. This beauty sheet has a powerful ingredient that sounds gross at first but is also proven to be effective when it comes to our complexion’s cellular repairing needs. Use it regularly and see your skin become clear.

Innisfree Skin Clinic Madecassoside Mask

This facial mask acts like a first aid sheet for skin that suddenly experiences hormonal breakouts and sudden redness. This is because the cotton sheet contains madecassoside, which can help soothe irritated skin that’s prone to dryness. This face mask is also known to help strengthen the skin and protectit from free radicals that make the skin irritated.

Innisfree It's real squeeze mask-kiwi 

This is one facial that’s easy on the budget — Innisfree It's real squeeze mask-kiwi is an affordable option that can give our face a much-needed lift. It contains Golden Kiwis that are known to help clear and moisturise your skin and has a Jeju green complex that combines green tea, tangerine, cactus, camellia leaves, and orchids to your skin healthy.

Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask

If you’re looking for a face mask that could provide you with an intense facial makeover then Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask is the product for you. Its main ingredients, Bamboo Charcoal and White China Clay, are known to be powerful ingredients that help unclog pores and remove pimple-causing elements that often plague our face.

SK II Facial Treatment Mask

Got enough to splurge? You won’t go wrong with SK II Facial Treatment Mask. This “cult favourite” is known for its intense hydration. This mask doesn’t scrimp on the promise — it is packed with concentrated Pitera, SK II’s signature beauty formula. It is known to give skin a brighter glow and leaves your complexion extra smooth.

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With the launch of many new beauty products, giving the OG brands a serious run for their money, we as consumers are definitely having some "which one do I pick" moments. But we say, let go of the confusion and keep scrolling to find out your new favourite beauty brands, thanks to the recommendations by the Clozette Community.

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It was reported that Studio Dragon, the agency in charge of Song Joong-ki's latest Netflix series, The Arthdal Chronicles, closed 1.29 percent lower the previous day when the divorce was announced. Blossom Media & Cosmetics, a subsidiary of Joong-ki's agency Blossom Entertainment, also suffered a 2.4 percent decline. On the upside, brands the former couple represent individually have been seeing an increase in their sales.

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In the brand's defence, they said that the inclusion of the product was promotional and was sent to online customers of all sizes as a free sample. Still, Forever21 apologised for the wrong message they might have sent to their consumers, pledging to rethink the repercussions of their actions as a fashion brand moving forward. 

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