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10 Unique Facemasks You Must Try

Facemasks are popular in Korea, and now this trend is making its way to the United States. Asia facial supplies are even becoming more popular than those from New Zealand and Europe! Asian companies are taking over the industry with even weirder -and hopefully more effective -products!

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With hit brands like Tonymoly and Skin Food making their way into American stores such as T.J.Maxx and Urban Outfitters, it’s no surprise that these products are all the rage. To help you stay on top with the latest fad, we’ve brought you the ten most unique beauty products currently on the market. Don’t forget to take a fun selfie showing off your new beautiful facemasks.


Pig Collagen Mask: Tonymoly

The use of pig collagen in a mask may seem strange at first, but it’s actually a trending ingredient in beauty Asian products. Collagen keeps your skin hydrated and elastic, so you can smile all you want without worrying about causing wrinkles.

Contrary to what you may think, users have not only reported promised results, but say that the mask actually has a refreshing smell!




Syn-ake Mask: Dewytree

This next product draws inspiration from the slightly more intimidating Temple Viper Snake. Researchers found that “syn-ake peptide” (a synthetic compound similar to the venom of a Temple Viper Snake) produced award-winning anti-wrinkle results!

Not only is this product show to prevent wrinkles, but is even compared to Botox with its age-reversing results!




Donkey Milk Mask: Freeset

If you are looking for something a little adventurous to hydrate your skin, you may want to check out masks using donkey milk. Donkey milk is rich in Vitamins B3, B5, B6, C, E, and a multitude of bio-polymers.

What does this mean exactly? Well, it rapidly hydrates your skin and shrinks down you pores to prevent irritated skin and break-outs. This is a great product for anyone with damaged or sensitive skin because donkey milk tends not to agitate even the fairest of skin.



Tomato Coconut Mask: Leaders

While fermented coconut juice and tomatoes seem like a strange combination, this formula was actually highly researched and developed by leading dermatologists. This mask is free from any mineral oils, paraben, ethanol, and any artificial pigments making it another choice product for those with sensitive skin.

This formula not only strengthens skin but also helps create a “protective barrier” that helps prevent further damage from environmental factors.



Snail Face Mask: Aquazone

Many people may be a little grossed out by the snail, but that natural compound that keeps them slimy actually does wonders for the skin. Mucin, an ingredient and snail slime, not only keeps the skin moist and elastic, but it purifies the skin.

This mask will keep your skin feeling smooth and young! Users also reassure us that it doesn’t feel sticky at all.





Bee Venom Mask: Ecos

While on the topic of bugs in beauty, bees are actually making a big BUZZ in the cosmetics industry. Bee venom is rising in popularity as an ingredient in beauty products, and unlike snake venom masks, there is nothing synthetic going on there. Exposing your skin to bee venom actually tricks your body into producing more collagen and elastin, naturally hydrating and elasticizing your skin.

While some may be concerned over the safety of this product, it is actually super safe! Don’t just take our word for it, the Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Cornwall use bee venom products!


Broccoli Mask: Tonymoly

Broccoli is one of the most popular superfoods on the market. We all grew up being told the benefits of finishing your vegetables at dinner, but is it really still good to rub it all over your skin?

Actually yes. Broccoli is a very vitamin and nutrient-rich food. Applying the broccoli formula onto your skin delivers all of those healthy properties directly to your skin making it radiant and youthful.




Jellyfish Face Mask: Sasatinnie

This mask contains a unique combination of ingredients, most notable being jellyfish abstracts from which the mask gets its name. The jellyfish collagen rejuvenates the skin and smoothes out wrinkles, while mucins moisturize and smooth the skin.

Additionally, extracts from Centella Asiatica and Camellia Sinensis Leaf help stimulate collagen synthesis and encourage connective tissue growth. All and all, this face mask does a little bit of everything without using any harsh ingredients.




Salmon Face Mask: Foreverskin

Salmon has become a marker of high-society, and not surprisingly, recent studies have found that salmon is great for your skin. It has been found to be a much safer alternative to the popular Glycolic acid, as it improves the appearance of skin without causing irritation.

Patti Poe, founder of Restorsea, got the inspiration to use salmon eggs in her products when she noticed how much younger the hands of salmon hatchery workers were compared to the rest of their skin that had less contact with the eggs.



Shrek Face Mask: Olive Young

We’ve spent this entire list showing you unique masks with strange ingredients, but it’s this last mask’s design that got it this spot on the list.

Character masks are a popular beauty product that isn’t any different from your typical moistening mask except for how awesome they look. Character masks range from cute little animals to TV characters -there is something for everyone to enjoy!



A Flawless Ending

No matter what kind of care your skin needs, there is bound to be an Asian cosmetic company that has designed it. Even if you aren’t looking for something as adventurous as a venom mask, there are loads of products for you to choose from in the reputable and ever-growing industry.

Brittni Devlin

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