Get your wallets ready, because the product that over 20,000 people have been waiting for is finally here. In honor of National Watermelon Day, Glow Recipe's Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask is back in-stock. There's only one place to get the iconic skincare item, so you'll want to act fast. You won't want to miss out on this iconic face mask, because there's a good chance that it will be gone as fast as the unofficial holiday.
National Watermelon Day is here, and it's bringing with it some very exciting news. If you're looking for a great last-minute way to celebrate, this is the product for you. Not only will you stick to the Watermelon theme, but you'll get great-looking, hydrated skin all at the same time. According to the brand, Glow Recipe's Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask have a 20,000 person wait list when it first launched. Now it's back, and you can bet it's just as popular.
There's only one place to shop the bestselling launch too. The Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask is available exclusively on the Sephora website. As of Aug. 3 at 12:30 p.m. ET, the face mask is still in stock on the site. Bottom line: you should stop what you're doing and get to shopping as soon as possible.
According to the product description, this face mask is a mix of watermelon and hyaluronic acid, which leaves skin feeling hydrated, smooth, and baby-soft. Each 2.7 oz. bottle costs $45, and, judging by the facts that it's constantly selling out, people think that it's worth the price. You can either leave this mask on all night long or wash off after 10 minutes, depending on your preference.
Restocking the mask isn't the only way the brand is celebrating the holiday, either. Glow Recipe is running multiple giveaways on their social media pages for the unofficial holiday. You could win a full-size mask, cases of their WTR MLN WTR, or accessories from Skinny Dip London. This just became your new favorite holiday, my friend.
What are you doing still reading this? Head over to the Sephora website and stock up on this iconic mask before it's too late. Because something this great is guaranteed to sell out again, and there's no telling when it will be back next time.