Thanks to bustle.com, you are now going to be privy to some masks that might sound weird, but that are really great for shaking up your skincare routine. Each of these will target a variety of skin issues, helping you get the flawless complexion you've always wanted. No matter how strange these masks might sound, I totally recommend giving each of them a try. I don't think you'll be sorry.
Table of contents:
- sweet sin chocolate face mask
- etude house bubble tea sleeping pack black tea
- farmacy honey potion renewing antioxidant mask
- blackout activated charcoal + coconut mask
- dr. jart+ dermaclear trans-foam clay
- pure smile art mask
- aveda tulasara wedding masque overnight
- skinfood egg white pore mask
- perricone md cocoa moisture mask
- naisture 15 min. collagen essence facial mask pack
- pacifica vegan probiotic & spice mask
- skederm snail jelly face mask
- beauty infusion hydrating cream mask with manuka honey + collagen
- moritaya tofu yogurt mask pack
- origins by all greens foaming deep cleansing mask
- elizavecca milky piggy carbonated bubble clay mask
1 Sweet Sin Chocolate Face Mask
Chocolate Sin Face Mask, $13, amazon.com
First things first: This mask looks exactly like chocolate mousse. But slap it on your face, and reap the benefits from antioxidants and essential minerals like the magnesium, calcium and iron found in raw cacao powder.
2 Etude House Bubble Tea Sleeping Pack Black Tea
Etude House Bubble Tea Sleeping Pack Black Tea, $11 at amazon.com
This looks exactly like bubble tea — good enough on it's own — but it's also so much fun to use. Ladle out some gel and a bubble, then pop it, mix and apply. The brand claims black tea smooths elasticity, and as a bonus, just looking at it is a stress reliever.
3 Farmacy Honey Potion Renewing Antioxidant Mask
Farmacy Honey Potion Renewing Antioxidant Hydration Mask, $56, Sephora
This mask is as fun to use it is packed with bonafides. Relying on everyone's favorite manuka honey, propolis and royal jelly make for a moisturizing, bacteria-nuking cocktail. And it warms!! Unclear why, but I love it.
4 Blackout Activated Charcoal + Coconut Mask
Blackout Activated Charcoal + Coconut Mask, $15, amazon.com
This compact l'il buddy relies on charcoal to draw out dirt, coconut oil to reduce redness and aloe to heal and treat pimples. Those, and water, are literally the only ingredients, so rest assured you're getting a streamlined formula.
5 Dr. Jart+ Dermaclear Trans-Foam Clay
Dr. Jart+ Dermaclear Trans-Foam Clay in Moisturizing Pink, $15, Sephora
Clay, yes — but clay that foams, hydrating while cleaning pores and exfoliating skin. In general I side-eye masks that claim to double up as cleansers — who would waste precious mask product on thirty seconds of cleansing?! — but the added bonus here also ups the convenience.
6 Pure Smile Art Mask
Pure Smile Art Mask Chihuahua, $7, amazon.com
Listen. I wouldn't care if this mask did anything at all (although it does, with green tea, collagen, hyaluronic acid, and Vitamin E extract). I just want to stare at it, for hours.
7 Aveda tulasara Wedding Masque Overnight
Aveda tulasara Wedding Masque Overnight, $65, Nordstrom
According to the brand's description, this was "inspired by the Indian Haldi ceremony, a pre-wedding tradition in which a homemade turmeric paste is applied to the bride and groom for glowing skin on their wedding day." Turmeric doesn't kid around, so color me intrigued.
8 Skinfood Egg White Pore Mask
Skinfood Egg White Pore Mask, $9, amazon.com
This fluff-meister supreme goes right up against marshmallow fluff for best texture in the world, while the albumin-enriched egg white extract sucks dirt from pores.
9 Perricone MD Cocoa Moisture Mask
Perricone MD Cocoa Moisture Mask, $69, Sephora
Also drawing on cocoa, the Moisture Mask changes in color as cocoa-enriched microcapsules hydrate, firm and brighten. It also smells like chocolate, which is very necessary information.
10 Naisture 15 Min. Collagen Essence Facial Mask Pack
Naisture 15 Min. Collagen Essence Facial Mask Pack, $11 at amazon.com
Just in concept, modeling masks are pretty fun. Add water, mix it up and peel off for that ultra-satisfying feeling. Beyond the visceral pleasure, the powder keeps ingredients stable until use, while the brand claims the formula soothes irritations and strengthens skin's moisture barrier.
11 Pacifica Vegan Probiotic & Spice Mask
Pacifica Vegan Probiotic & Spice Mask, $15, Ulta
Pacifica's extract-packed formula keeps the ingredient list lean, with Ayuvedic herbs, probiotics, and coconut water to decongest and depuff skin. They say black pepper creates heat to loosen impurities, blackheads and blemishes while ginger stimulates skin, and based on the preponderance of probiotics in beauty coming up, this is one to try.
12 Skederm Snail Jelly Face Mask
Skederm Snail Jelly Face Mask, $24, amazon.com
It might sound pretty weird, but this mask will do wonders for your skin. Nutrients found in the secretions from a snail are great for hydrating and nourishing your skin. Don't worry - it's not as gross as it sounds.
13 Beauty Infusion Hydrating Cream Mask with Manuka Honey + Collagen
Beauty Infusion Hydrating Cream Mask with Manuka Honey + Collagen, $8, Ulta
This creamy variant on a manuka honey mask massively softens skin, with a serum-infused formula that leaves your face ultra-smooth.
14 Moritaya Tofu Yogurt Mask Pack
Moritaya Tofu Yogurt Mask Pack, $19, amazon.com
Is it tofu? Is it yogurt? No need to choose, and throw in honey and royal jelly for good measure. Abundant in soy isoflavones, the brand says the mask pack "stimulates cellular renewal, while replenishing moisture and nutrients to skin for smooth, bright skin like a freshly peeled egg." That's what I want!
15 Origins By All Greens Foaming Deep Cleansing Mask
Origins By All Greens Foaming Deep Cleansing Mask, $36, Sephora
This juicy-smelling mask comes into the ring with a highly pleasing green cream texture, then bubbles up into a foam on your face while "drawing out dirt, debris, pollutants," according to the brand. They say it was inspired by detox juicing cleanses — thus the green tea, spirulina, and spinach — and despite that seeming ridic, it really does make my skin look immediately brighter.
16 Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask
Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask, $10, amazon.com
I'll be honest, the name doesn't do much for this guy. But it bubbles up massively ( here's the image search) combining clay's standard pore-clearing benefits with the most fun you can have with bubbling facial substances.
Whichever you choose, go forth. Get weird with your mask self.
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