Proof that masks don't have to be expensive
Who doesn’t love treating themselves to a nice mask? I sure do, and I’ve tried too many to count, from cheapies to over-the-top expensive ones. In my experience, I’ve learned this is one skincare step that doesn’t require spending a lot of money, and I’m really into Masqueology for budget-friendly options.
This month, the brand is launching a totally new treatment called the Intensive Moisturizing Rubber Mask, and beyond being effective, it’s a fun way to mess with your kids. (Keep scrolling.)
This two-step mask comes in a dual-chambered sachet (which I kind of learned the hard way). The top portion is filled with a hydrating, soothing cream that’s packed with plumping hyaluronic acid along with sweet almond, soy and wheat proteins, which you slather on before applying the two-piece rubberized mask. With one piece for the upper two-thirds of your face and another for the lower third, it creates an occlusive barrier that helps the ingredients penetrate the skin better—and it’s infused with seaweed extracts, more hyaluronic acid (you can never have enough), chamomile and lavender. The rubber pieces fit my face really well, and they stayed put even though I was running around the doing a laundry list of menial tasks.
Best of all, a single treatment is only $2.50, so keep an eye out for it at Walmart!