MasqueBAR to the Rescue

Has your skin felt off while sheltering in place? The stress alone is enough to do a number on anyone’s skin. From oiliness to aging, to chapped lips to dark circles, now is the time to treat our skin to some much needed TLC. Cleanse your face of its impurities with MasqueBAR’s at-home spa treatments that won’t break the bank. Whatever the skin issue, MasqueBAR has an affordable solution:

Luminizing Charcoal Peel Off Mask
The Luminizing Charcoal Peel Off Masks are under $10 for a 3-pack and will cleanse the oil and dirt from your skin. Your skin will be left squeaky clean, purified, and detoxified.

Luminizing Charcoal Peel Off Masks are available online here.

Anti-Aging Bio Cellulose Mask
The Anti-Aging Bio Cellulose Masks are under $5 per mask and will plump, brighten, and smooth, for youthful, glowing skin. Infused with Adenosine, which has anti-aging benefits, and organic, natural extracts from French and Swiss mountains, the masks assist in maintaining your skin’s vitality and youthfulness.

Anti-Aging Bio Cellulose Masks are available online here.

Kiss My… Lip Mask
Kiss My… Lip Masks are under $4 each and come in four delicious flavors, strawberry, lemon, black cherry, and blueberry. Apply to your lips for 10-15 minutes for silky soft lips that are ready to be kissed.

Kiss My Lip Masks are available online here.

Gold Hydro Gel Dark Spot Eye Patch
Gold Hydro Gel Dark Spot Eye Patches are under $30 for a 30-pack and will help diminish the look of unwanted under-eye puffiness and dark circles. The patches contain Adenosine, Snail Extract, and Gold, and work to reduce signs of aging under your eyes. For the most effective results, use the patches every day for a month.

Gold Hydro Gel Dark Spot Eye Patches are available online here.

Visit MasqueBAR’s website to learn more about MasqueBAR’s affordable, quality products that service all skin types.


Gemma Lolos

Social Media Manager, City Pulse Editor + Staff Writer

Gemma Lolos is a fiercely proud native New Yorker who is devoted to the arts in all its many forms. She loves to sing and listen to music, read great literature, experience inspiring theatre and film, and stream addictive television. She works full-time as a Marketing professional in New York City and does freelance writing on the side. In her free time, Gemma tries to immerse herself in the New York arts scene as much as possible, eat great food, and travel whenever she is able.