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Face masks are finally making a reappearance in recent times after they went off the radar for few years. And oh-my are they are back with a vengeance.

In fact, they are proving to be one of the most beneficial products you can use on your face. 

But what's all this talk about sheet face masks? Well ladies, you probably have heard of them before… but back then they were just known as cloth face masks.

Yep, that simple, get ready to get pampered old-school style!

The Asian beauty trend has hit Ireland by storm and now every pharmacy, clinic and beauty salon has a treatment for one on their list. But how does this beauty trend really work? We did a little research and the results are GREAT.

Each fabric mask comes individually wrapped in a packet which is soaked in a potent and reviving skin serum.

While you might not look the most attractive with the mask on, it promises to transform dull and dead skin into a healthy and radiant complexion.

It is great for people who need deep product penetration as it encourages the skin to effectively absorb the serum.

But why can't I just apply the serum directly to my skin, you ask? Well, the reason for the fabric is it ensures that the formula and active ingredients are pushed into the skin as much as possible so every component gets used.

These sound great and are so easy to use! Will you be bagging in on this revived beauty trend? 


It is India’s most famous landmark and has featured in so many films that it’s hard to keep track of.

Rihanna was also in a spot of bother after an apparent photo shoot compromised “the status and sanctity” of the iconic attraction.

Now it seems the Taj Mahal  is about to undergo a beauty treatment that is used by women all over the world – a mud bath – to remove the yellow discolouration caused by pollution.

Basically, the World Heritage Site will be covered in a 2mm layer of lime clay which will be left to dry on the wall. The special mud, which has already been made, will then be cleaned off using distilled water.

This is not the first time the Taj Mahal has been cleaned this way – the same beauty treatment was given in 1994, 2001 and 2008.

The gorgeous white marble building attracts thousands of visitors each year, so it is not surprising it needs a mud bath every now and then.


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