Ready for round two? I am!
I got most of these from Winners/Marshalls and some from either Shoppers and Rexall. There’s only one I paid full price for, so the others are all really good deals that I am over the moon about.
First off is three of the L’Oreal Pure-Clay Mask in Exfoliating and Pore Refining, Purifying and Mattifying and Energizing and Brightening. Each one was 3,97$, which is a steep discount from what they normally retail for. I have wanted to try these for a while, especially since I’ve seen them promoted as dupes for the Vichy masks I like.
Another purchase from Rexall is the Garnier Skin Active Clearly Brighter Deeply Hydrating Brightening Tissue Mask. I’ve seen these and been curious about them, but the price is a tad ridiculous for 3 sheet masks. But on clearance, the price is much more reasonable. Brightening is something my skin needs, so I am hopeful they actually do something for my skin.
MasqueBar has come out with animal sheet mask and I picked up the Pretty Animalz Fox Brightening Sheet Mask. Another brightening product, I believe there is a trend. I’m hopeful that this actually has a fox on it. It must.
Another animal sheet masks are two from Holika Holika, which I was so happy to find. I’ve never tried anything from their brand but I’ve always wanted to. I got the Baby Pet Magic Sheet Mask in Soothing Cat and Anti-Wrinkle Pug. While neither of them are things I desperately need for my skin, I really wanted to try these so as soon as I spotted them at Marshalls, I grabbed.
A last individual mask is the Secret Key Nature Recipe Mark Pack in Tea Tree. Tea tree has been touted as a great ingredient for acne-prone skin for a long time, so this was a mask I actually needed.
The last mask for this post is something I already have, but seeing it on clearance for 8$ when it retails in store for something like 26$ and 13$ at Winners, is great. It’s the Karuna Exfoliating Face Mask. I did try it recently and really liked it, so picking up another box was a no brainer.
We have made it to the end of a billion masks I’ve purchased. I went ham on the sheet masks and now I have so many to try that I need to reorganize my storage space. It’s a nice problem to have.