SHEET MASKS

Glamour (South Africa) - - Beauty Flash Skin -

First pop­u­larised in Korea and Ja­pan, sheet masks are por­ta­ble, easy to use and make ev­ery­one on the planet look ter­ri­fy­ing (in a good way). More than a fad, they’re the skin­care equiv­a­lent of eight glasses of wa­ter, since your skin bathes in serum for a nice chunk of time (many stand-alone serums evap­o­rate af­ter ap­pli­ca­tion, says Char­lotte Cho, co-founder of Korean beauty site Soko Glam). Der­ma­tol­o­gist Dr Jes­sica Weiser also likes them as a quick fix, to de­liver “a ton of mois­ture and anti-age­ing in­gre­di­ents in one step”.

RE­THINK THEM IF

You can’t stand the slime or cold feel. If that doesn’t ap­peal, stick to cream masks.

Skin Repub­lic Bright­en­ing Vi­ta­min C Face Mask Sheet R36.99; Cet­tua Oil Con­trol Fa­cial Mask R35.99; Der­ma­ctin-ts Pore Re­fin­ing Fa­cial Sheet Mask R35

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