There's an enduring fun aspect to sheet masks. We all know the drill — whip one out, plop it on your face, take endless selfies or attempt to use the computer while angling up your chin. But as fun as they are, there's rarely been quite as much bang for your buck with single-use sheets compared to 1000 use clay masks. One solution? Make 'em cheaper, and that's exactly what Garnier's done with the SkinActive Moisture Bomb sheet masks. If you're wondering just how much Garnier's sheet masks cost, well, you're going to love the answer.
Available in three different varieties — hydrating, soothing, or mattifying — each mask clocks in at $3.29 on the Ulta Beauty website. Correct: $3.29. All are prefaced with the name "The Super Hydrating Sheet Mask," so rest assured you'll be wet in a good way — deeply, fundamentally moist. From there, they veer into their target uses. The Hydrating is infused with Hyaluronic Acid and pomegranate extract, for hydration (duh) and "radiance," while the Soothing relies on chamomile extract to deliver a "more comfortable and soothed" face. Like a duvet for your face (and reminds me of this self-heating mask, which would be an electric blanket for your face).
Wetness. Pomegranates. Beauty.
Green tea extract comes through in the Mattifying formula, a star player in a slew of skin care products. All three Garnier masks are also free of mineral oil and petrolatum, meaning no greasy skein on your skin post-usage.
All three are online only at Ulta as of now, but eagle-eyed people on Instagram have spotted them in stores. Definitely ones to keep an eye out for — and buy in bulk, as the case may be.
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