Do you remember when Masquebar launched with their quad of boxes with individual masks, and that was pretty much all they had for a while? Then all of sudden, they started adding lots of new launches to their collection, and now it seems like every few days there’s something new! I’ve got a few new bits to show you – just a heads-up as I haven’t had a chance to try them yet:
The Luminizing Charcoal Nose Strips sound interesting, as I always find these types of nose strips quite drying, so I’ll be interested to see how they ‘luminize’. These are designed to thoroughly cleanse the pores on the nose – an area I think most of us struggle with – and these are £9.99 for a pack of six here – link. I might brave these soon, so if I do, I’ll let you know how I get on.
Masquebar have extended their range of eye patches to include two more, the Charcoal Hydro Eyes and the Pure Gold Hydro Eyes. I’m fascinated to know why they’ve created a charcoal version for the eye, since the the under eye is an area I wouldn’t necessarily think needs to be deep-cleansed, but maybe it’s something new I don’t know about. The Pure Gold one sounds right up my street, since I love a bit of metal in skincare for soothing and hydrating. You can buy these as singles for £2.99 each. The charcoal ones are here – link – but I can’t seem to find a stockist for the gold ones; will update when I do.
Finally there are a couple of new sheet masks which I touched briefly on in my Holiday Skincare post here. The Bronzing Self Tanning Sheet Mask sounds both awesome and terrifying in equal measures; awesome because, how great would it be if it literally is a case of plonking on a sheet mask, leaving it on for a few minutes, then removing to perfectly tanned skin, but terrifying because I am very pale and consequently prone to tanning disasters, and I feel like using a sheet mask to apply my fake tan might be pushing it. Having said that, it does seem pretty innovative, so if you’re braver than me, find it here – link – for £4.99. The Aloe Vera After Sun Bio Cellulose Mask is the product that’s most excited me out of all the new launches, as the only time I really turn to sheet masks regularly is when my skin is crying out for some soothing hydration, plus I absolutely love Aloe Vera as a skincare ingredient, so this is ticking all the boxes for me. It’s also £4.99 here – link.