Sheet Masks That Aren’t For Your Face

By Avanti Dalal

Other than being a great way to pretend you’re Hannibal Lecter, and/or to scare your boyfriend/family/friends – sheet masks are skincare classics because they essentially ‘force-feed’ treatment onto your skin. The USP of treatment-soaked sheet masks are that they stick to the skin and don’t let the serum evaporate as it penetrates into the skin. The obsession with face sheet masks has been well-documented on social media, so new niche sheet masks for the rest of the body are flooding the shelves.


Innisfree Eco Finger Mask

These little finger cocoon masks are hydrating, conditioning and chock-full of antioxidant-rich treatment specifically targeted for dry and peeling cuticles. These are perfect if you want your nail beds to not suck (Mean Girls quote, natch!) – or if you want to pursue that hand-modeling career in earnest.


Sephora Collection Foot Mask

You know that feeling when you take your shoes off after a long day? These Sephora Collection soothing and comforting sock-like masks feel like that – but on steroids. Promising to alleviate fatigue and aching feet, while softening and nourishing dry areas – the lavender and menthol deliver a cooling effect that feel like real TLC.


Etude Bebe Elbow Mask

Korean skincare is just the best because it always has the cutest packaging, the most calming scents and carries with it the inbuilt joy of feeling like you have a real skincare ritual. And – it involves things like elbow masks. These adhesive masks are fortified with hyaluronic acid and vitamin C to lighten, brighten, moisturize and soften elbows (Seriously!)


Patchology Lip Renewal FlashPatch 5-Minute Hydrogels

For a pout like Kylie’s, these jelly textured lip hydrogels provide deep hydration that perfectly preps them for makeup application. They promise kissable lips by delivering the maximum level of niacinamide, peptides and green tea extract to prevent flaking and dryness.

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