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By Rebecca Wade, 18 August 2017

Beauty babes, meet Masque Bar: a Korean brand that’ll take you beyond the spa with their fresh-as range of sheet, mud and crème masks. Featuring unique ingredients (we’re talking anything from calming tea-tree extract to egg yolk), these genius treatments are designed for home application but deliver professional, immediate results. Sound ideal? Here are five of the best on ASOS right now...

Blemished skin

Troubled, oily skin calls for a whole lot more TLC especially with the warmer months ahead. That's where this tea-tree infused mud mask comes into play. One application promises soothed skin and visibly reduced blemishes. But, with three sachets per pack, you can store a couple in your suitcase for mid-holiday maintenance, too. 


Masque Bar Anti-Blemish Mud Mask, $9.99

Tired eyes

If all that weekend socialising has you lacking in the beauty-sleep department, listen up. Enriched with gold and snail extract (don't ask...), these perky eye patches eliminate dark circles and under-eye puffiness. Sure, they’re a bit more on the exxy side, but they're a worthwhile investment with 30 pairs provided in each pack.


Masque Bar Hydro Gel Dark Spot Eye Patch, $29.99

Irritated skin

When dealing with irritated skin, tea-tree grains are the holy grail – which is why there are so many packed into this Korean-inspired DIY face mask. Mix up the paste yourself by adding water to the chalky powder, then apply evenly onto clean skin. Once dry, the rubbery film will peel off with ease to reveal glowy, refreshed skin underneath. 

MasqueBAR tea tree mask, $4.99


All skin types

Egg yolk and egg white extract in a face mask? Yep, it might sound a little weird but, trust us, it's a one-way ticket to a firmer, brighter and more radiant complexion. Simply smooth onto wet, cleansed skin, let it work its wonders for 15 mins and rinse. Taadaa.

Egg face mask, $3

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Fresh-as feet

Spring and summer are fast approaching, which means your feet are in for a lot of air-time. So, you’ll be needing an extra-exfoliating foot mask and this one-use wonder is ticking all our boxes. Apply the mask onto washed feet and leave for an hour. The result? All your rough skin washed away within a week. Simple.


Masque Bar Exfoliating Foot Mask, $9.99