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Working from home has its pros and cons. While you’re stuck in a confined space and surrounded by a hundred different distractions, at least the most practical advantage is that you can now use the time to step up your skincare and beauty game. Take this opportunity to try out the beauty products you’ve been wanting to use, but haven’t gotten around to yet. So yes, apply that face mask and give your skin the love and attention it deserves. And since no one can see you… let your skin soak up all the goodness, while you work. To inspire a little face mask magic, we’ve gathered only the best to help you hydrate, brighten, tighten, and keep your skin looking flawless. Now all you have to do is to make sure you clear your calendar of all video calls.

 

Fresh Rose Deep Hydration Sleeping Mask 

Sure, it’s a sleeping mask, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it throughout the day and allow it to soak in like you would if you were asleep. The Fresh Rose Deep Hydration Sleeping Mask is mixed with rosewater and rose extract which hydrates, smoothes, and helps strengthen the skin’s barrier. Hyaluronic acid is also added to enhance suppleness with a plumping effect. It also smells like a fresh bouquet too.

HK$450/70ml

 

Dr. Barbra Sturm Face Mask

Seemingly simple in both packaging and name, the Dr. Barbara Sturm Face Mask is the molecular formula worth investing in. The product gives your skin an instant moisture boost with ingredients such as aloe vera and chamomile extracts to calm the skin. Meanwhile, kaolin clay leaves the complexion supple, while nourishing sweet almond oil and soothing purslane (which has demonstrated powerful anti-inflammatory, anti- bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties) are added to reduce the visible signs of irritation and redness. 

HK$965/50ml

 

Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask

Just as it indicates on the packaging, the Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask is a Multi-Hyaluronic Treatment, meaning that 1,000 sizes of different hyaluronic acid particles are used to help rejuvenate and replenish lost moisture. This mask is a solid solution for dry, dehydrated skin or uneven skin tones. Use as a mask and apply a thick layer over the face and neck, leave for 15 to 20 minutes, before massaging the skin with warm water and rinsing thoroughly. Alternatively, use as an overnight treatment.HK$760/1 fl. oz

 

Drunk Elephant F-Balm

Looking for an extra shot of hydration to quench your skin’s thirst? Drunk Elephant’s F-Balm mask plumps and restores your skin with an electrolyte cocktail while strengthening the skin’s barrier. It will keep you looking fresh — almost as if you’re on some normal schedule. 

HK$410/50ml

 

111Skin Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask

Anyone who has tired eyes (or eyes for that matter) knows that it’s one of the first tell tale signs of 1) lack of sleep or 2) age. Enter the 111Skin’s Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask. The mask helps to combat fine lines, wrinkles, and dehydration around the eye area. It’s also packed with vitamins to help brighten darkness around, and a small amount of retinol to help to retexture the skin.

HK$1,150/8 pieces

 

Charlotte Tilbury Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask

For dull complexion or dry skin, Charlotte Tilbury’s Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask is here to the rescue. Infused with rich and rehydrating ingredients including shea butter, mango butter, peptides and avocado oil, this formulation is the simple answer to smoother skin in a short turn around time — just 15 minutes is all it takes. The masks will leave your skin looking dewy and radiant. Plus you’ll have an easier time applying your makeup when the skin is in good condition, too.

HK$680/4 pieces

 

 

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Austin Miao
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Austin was born and raised in Toronto but currently resides in Hong Kong. His background is in social media and editorial with a passion for fashion/lifestyle. When he’s not in the office, you can catch him spinning, shopping, booking his upcoming travels, sipping on Aperol Spritz, or watching reality TV.