Health & Beauty

These Masks Aren’t For Your Face

May 29, 2019

Not exclusively for your face and hair anymore, head-to-toe masking is the newest trend in skin care, with masks specializing in body parts often neglected when it comes to extra pampering. Whether it’s your money maker or your peckers, we’ve got you covered! —Vicki Duong

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lips. A cult-classic for a reason, the Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask ($24) is a vanity staple of beauty gurus everywhere for its ultra-nourishing formula containing hyaluronic acid. A little goes a long way with this mask, that’s applied before bed to work its magic overnight. Available in four scents, our fave is grapefruit to kiss chapped lips goodbye.

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feet. The most satisfying part of a pedicure is, debatably, when they exfoliate all the dead skin off your feet. Baby Foot Exfoliant Foot Peel ($25) gives you salon results from the comfort of your own home. Tip: the formula takes up to two weeks to work its’ magic so make sure to give yourself plenty of time before kicking it into sandal weather.

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hands. With the seasons transitioning at a seemingly glacial pace, hands seem to suffer the most during a cold spell. Consider yourself in good hands with Aveeno Repairing Cica Hand Mask ($4). Enriched with oats and shea butter these gloves help balance and restore moisture to extra-dry hands while being paraben and fragrance free.

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boobs. Masks for your girls? They’re real and they’re spectacular! Nannette de Gaspé’s Uplift Revealed Bust ($225) comes with a hefty price tag and claims to increase volume and elasticity via pads that infuse plumping ingredients into your skin, leaving your ladies with improved bounce and firmness.

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butt. When it comes to your booty Bawdy Beauty wants you to do everything but(t) neglect it. Available in four varieties with cheeky names like Bite It and Squeeze It, Bawdy Beauty butt masques ($9) have different formulas for every type of concern, from retexturizing to firming to giving your tush some TLC.

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legs. Part skin care part depilatory, the newest from Nair are leg masks ($15) promising to remove hair while moisturizing and exfoliating your stems via a natural clay formula. Compared to other hair-removal creams on the market, Nair has the leg up for not only being effective but also nourishing to your skin.


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