Spoilers: January Mask Maven

Hi Beauties!

It’s Cassi here and just in case you missed them, I’d like to introduce our January Mask Maven spoilers!


First up we have SNP’s Animal Otter Aqua Mask. Aside from being super stinkin’ cute, this mask contains coconut water and coconut juice, both of which are known to have amazing benefits for skin. Some of these include reduction in signs of aging and pigmentation, treatment of acne, and of course, intense hydration. Perfect timing because it’s finally starting to look a little bit like winter here in New Jersey!


Next is Scinic’s My Juicy Bottle Mask with firming ampoule juice. This mask contains collagen which helps to plump skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines. It also contains pomegranate extract which improves wrinkles by reducing inflammation. But this firming ampoule juice mask isn’t just for aging skin – these ingredients will boost your skin’s hydration and make your skin more elastic and radiant.


This last spoiler is on trend with bubbling masks – Mediheal’s Mogongtox Soda Bubble Sheet. This mask is definitely a fun one to use! It helps control blackheads and excess oil with papaya and apple extract, and cleans dead skin and debris from pores with a bubbling action. To use it, you simply place the mask on your face and allow it to bubble up. After about 10 minutes, you remove it and massage the remaining bubbles into your skin and rinse off with warm water.



As always, these are just a sneak preview of a few masks that will be included in our January Mask Maven. Which ones are you most excited about?!

Don’t forget to tag us in your #sheetmaskselfies on Instagram and Twitter! 🙂





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