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If lockdown skin is getting to you, then chances are you're looking for some home beauty treatments that don't cost the earth.
If the thousands of five star reviews are anything to go by, Garnier Hydra Bomb Tissue Masks could be the answer to some of your skin woes - and at just $3.59 it's a lot cheaper than a facial.
The Milky Tissue Mask with Almond Milk is a firm favourite amongst beauty aficionados. It's designed to nourish and restore dry and uncomfortable skin. Enriched with a calming organic almond milk, it also contains hyaluronic acid, which gives skin a burst of moisture, to leave your skin looking plump and glowy.
"Really hydrating," raves one user. "Superb," says another.
There are several other masks in the range. Those in the know rate the Hydra Bomb Pomegranate Tissue Mask which is designed to be ultra hydrating and plumping.
It has over 3,100 4.5 star ratings, and is enriched with lavender essential oil and hyaluronic acid to rehydrate skin and make it look less tired.
After 15 minutes your skin will look plumper and more supple - and also be less likely to lose moisture throughout the day. "Great value," says one user about the $3.59 price tag. "Love it," agrees another.
If you're after other products to give your skin a plump, glowy look, here are some of our favourites:
Kopari 'Save Face' Oil, $78 is an anti-ageing serum that hydrates like crazy. It contains coconut oil, squalane and avocado oil which all help reduce the appearance of fine lines, improve the texture of the skin, and reduce inflammation. "This face oil is my holy grail, "says one user. "It gives that softness to my skin and glow."
The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid, $12, is a highly affordable option, and it has loyal users coming back time after time. Hyaluronic acid is a moisture binding ingredient that holds up to a thousand times its weight in water; using it on your skin can help your cells retain as much moisture as possible, keeping it plump, glowy and bouncy.
The Beauty Chef Glow Inner Beauty Essential, $65, treats your skin from the inside, out. It contains Vitamin C to help boost collagen production and retain cell protection, Provitamin A which is essential for aiding with the cellular turnover process, and polyphenols which are potent antioxidants that help fight free radical damage. Add a spoonful to a glass of water every morning and watch your skin start to glow.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Face Palette- Off To Costa Rica, $91, is a great way to fake glowy skin. The all-in-one palette contains three shades to highlight, bronze and blush your complexion, adding warmth and glow to your skin - both on your face and body. Available in light-medium, and medium-deep shades, it can be used to bronze and highlight your face. Perfect for the days when you need a bit of extra help.
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