Dr Oz: Sheet Masks For Glowing Skin
Beauty masks seem to be more popular than ever. It all started with the sheet mask that Dr Oz told his viewers about a year ago. Ever since, at-home beauty masks have become quite the trend, promising everything from glowing to ageless skin. As creepy as you may look while wearing them, they just might work.
Dr Oz wanted to take a closer look at the most popular masks to see if they really work for some of your biggest skin problems. Dermatologist Dr Dendy Engelman joined Dr Oz after investigating the masks and trying them for herself.
Dr Oz: Foil Mask For Moisture
First, they took a closer look at Caroline who was wearing a pretty shocking-looking foil mask for moisture. Caroline shared that it felt a little heavy and Dr Engelman explained that this mask actually came out of Korea where they basically hacked the originally sheet mask. They added tin foil over top a sheet mask, with holes for the eyes, nose, and mouth, to keep the sheet mask from evaporating. The idea is that it locks moisture into the skin.
However, it can feel a little heavy and claustrophobic, so it’s up to you to decide whether it could work for you.
Dr Oz: Bubble Mask For Deep Cleansing
Next, Angelina showed off a bubble mask for deep cleansing. Not too surprisingly, they’re funny looking so they’ve gone viral. Angelina described it as “tingly” and “refreshing.” According to Dr Engelman, oxygen is used to deep cleanse pores. The “popping” feeling is actually impurities being driven out to make the skin look cleaner with more of a glow. Dr Engelman is a fan of this mask and explained that it comes in a price ranges from $9 to $60.
It can be a little messy, which is why it may be ideal to use it about five minutes before you get in the shower so you can then rinse it right off. You can use it 2-3 times a week and is great for those who are acne-prone, prone to blackheads, or prone to congestion.
Dr Oz: Magnet Mask For Anti-Aging
Finally, Brooke was wearing the magnet mask for anti-aging. According to Dr Engelman, it uses iron particles with the mask and a magnet is used to take it off, which makes it a little fun. Wrap the magnet in a tissue and watch as the mask comes right off. The idea is to pull out impurities from the skin while detoxifying the skin. Then you leave the rest of your skin to moisturize into your skin, providing it with antioxidants.
This one costs $75 and may be a bit gimmicky, but what’s left behind certainly feels great on the skin and leaves the skin feeling super soft and refreshed. However, don’t use it more than once a week.