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Unusual Face Masks for Your Next Spa Night

Face masks are basically a spa night necessity these days. The Korean beauty trend of sheet masks have now become a staple in many beauty bags. If you’re like us, you love a good down time with your fave sheet mask. In case you’re looking to add a little spice to your sheet mask rotation, allow us to introduce you to five masks with unique—OK, odd—ingredients.

Wine

Tony Moly I’m Real Red Wine Mask Sheet, $3.75, at Ulta

Your spa night can include vino in more ways than one. Right after pouring yourself a hearty glass of rosé, apply I’m Real Red Wine Sheet Mask and settle in. Formulated with red wine extract, which reduces the appearance of enlarged pores, this mask not only has adorable packaging, but it actually gets to work to fight dreaded pores.

Snail mucin

Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Hydro-Gel Mask, $6 at Target

Before you discount snail mucin and call it gross, hear us out: It’s incredibly beneficial to skin. With brightening and firming benefits as well as hydrating and healing ones, this snail mask is an all-around wonder for skin. (We’ve tested it ourselves and find we’re snail converts!)

Dragon’s blood

Wei Dragon’s Blood Instant Lift Eye Mask, $60 for 10, at weibeauty.com

Although this might sound like something you’d find in Game of Thrones, this dragon’s blood eye mask is actually an anti-age super fighter. Formulated with red sap—aka Dragon’s Blood—from the Dragon Tree, pomegranate extract, and red seaweed, skin is dosed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients that help firm up skin and boost collagen.

Watermelon

When 10:00 PM Sheet Mask, $7 at Sephora

Not only does this facial mask tell you right in the title when to use it (10 p.m. is the perfect time to wear a face mask and switch on some Netflix, are we right?), but it also contains a whole slew of ingredients including our personal favorite, watermelon extracts, which are rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, lycopene, and amino acids.

Black algae and golden sap

Givenchy Le Soin Noir Face Mask, $330 at Sephora

If you’re really looking for a mask upgrade, this lace one from Givenchy takes the cake. With a $330 price tag, there’s no denying this is a luxe buy. And thanks to black algae sap concentrate and golden sap, cells restore and renew and collagen rebuilds.

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4 thoughts on “Unusual Face Masks for Your Next Spa Night

  1. Tony Moly I heard was a really good brand.

    Although I would secretly blow money on the Givenchy one and wear that mask and pretend I’m out on the night in the Carnival in Venice 🙂

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  2. This is great! I love Korean skin care and I’m obsessed with any and all face masks. The Tony Moly ones are great, I’ve tried quite a few but never the wine one (which is surprising because I love wine). I’d love to try that Givenchy one whenever I have $300 lying around lol 🙂 Thanks for posting!

    -Helene, https://angelspartaness.wordpress.com/

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    1. I also want to try these out, I’ve heard lots of positive things of course! To be honest, I’m not really a fan of wine but I still want to try it out, since it is such a creative product.

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