There’s nothing we love more than popping on a face mask and pretending we have our lives under control. Especially when said mask delivers a whole load of brightening/tightening/hydrating benefits.
From sheet masks to cream masks, rubber and clay formulas, there are so many different options on the market - so we’re pretty spoilt for choice. However, it seems that right now, Australia only has eyes for two masks in particular.
During their first eight days on shelves, one of the Dr LeWinn’s Ultra R4 Collagen Firming Face Masks or Dr LeWinn’s Ultra R4 Collagen 360 Eye Masks has sold every 33 seconds. That’s two every minute!
What kind of magic is this? We hear you ask. Why are they so good?
Well, these guys are PACKED with anti-ageing goodness, promising to plump, firm, hydrate and smooth the skin by reducing the signs of collagen reduction – they’re everything your tired, fed-up skin has ever wanted.
Both the Collagen Firming Face Mask and the Collagen 360 Eye Masks contain a unique system called bio-cellulose fabric technology (it basically retains 100 times its dry weight in fluid), which keeps the skin’s hydration in check, giving it an instant boost of moisture.
Each Collagen Firming Face Mask delivers the equivalent of one bottle of highly-potent collagen-infused serum, meaning it will instantly smooth out fine lines and wrinkles for plumper, more youthful-looking skin.
As for the Collagen 360 Eye Mask, these guys are actually made to treat the whole eye area (unlike your average under-eye-only masks), targeting everything from dark circles and crow’s feet to dull skin and puffiness.
Plus, they’re both $9.95 each. Hardworking AND affordable. We’re sold.
Want to get your hands on some other best-sellers? Check out the five face masks Priceline can’t re-stock fast enough.
Do you like the sound of the new Dr LeWinn’s Ultra R4 range? Are you keen to try it? Let us know in the comment section below.
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Erin Docherty is a Beauty Writer for BEAUTYcrew. She has a keen interest in cosmeceutical skin care and is currently working on minimising her 9-step skin care routine – because ain’t nobody got time for that. When she’s not writing about the latest beauty news, or applying copious amounts of serum, you can find her spending all her money in Sephora.