I don’t pay much attention to the Mary Kay products. After more than 50 years, they’re still mediocre products (drug store quality) that are overpriced (department store prices). But a new MK product tickled my funny bone.
Take a look at the Timewise Repair Lifting Bio-Cellulose Mask. It’s Korean inspired! Wow! Mary Kay says:
The innovation comes in the form of bio-cellulose, a pure, plant-based material derived from coconut water. Its interlocking fibers form a highly absorbent, three-dimensional “fabric,” allowing the mask to be generously infused with a complex of beneficial ingredients. This complex includes oat kernel extract, orchid extract and sodium hyaluronate, known for its skin-conditioning benefits. This flexible material also gives the TimeWise Repair® Lifting Bio-Cellulose Mask a unique, face-hugging fit, keeping skin in close contact with the complex during 20 to 30 minutes of pampering “me” time.
You are basically doing extra moisturizing. And OF COURSE this makes your skin feel nice.
The funny part is the price. $70 for 4 of the masks, with a recommendation to use them twice a week. $17.50 per mask, and be ready to buy a new set every other week.
I bet you’re wondering how “on trend” this product is? How cutting edge Mary Kay is again? Late to the party, as usual. There are a ton of these sheet masks available. You can get them for a lot cheaper, too.