On Tuesday, Rodan + Fields added some major additions to its beloved skin-care systems: face masks. The Redefine, Reverse, Unblemish, and Soothe lines, in particular, now include a special weekly treatment based on the specific skin concerns they target. So in addition to your usual four-step routine, you can reach for one of the four new masks. Each touts its own sensorial experience, color, and texture to add some interactive entertainment to your self-care time.
Curious to know which mask is best suited for your complexion concerns? Keep scrolling to find quick rundowns on Rodan + Fields' latest face mask collection.
Redefine Rejuvenation Mask
If your skin needs a boost of hydration, you'll love the Redefine Rejuvenation Mask. (It's also my personal favorite of the quartet.) When you squeeze some out the tube, you'll notice the aqua blue gel is infused with little white balls. As you rub the mask into your skin, they'll gently slough away flakiness and dullness. But that's not all.
Seconds after evenly coating your face with the gel, it will start bubbling up, and you'll feel a fun tingling sensation. This is when the mask's 3D3P Matrix really starts kicking in to help nourish and plump skin. The proprietary complex, which has made appearances in other Rodan + Fields products, helps draw moisture into skin with the help of hyaluronic acid. After leaving the mask on for five minutes and letting it fully froth up, you rub it into your skin once again and the white specks, which are made of jojoba oil, burst to transform the bubbles into a cream. After you wash it off, skin will be plumper and more hydrated.
Reverse Radiance Mask
Those who want to brighten up their skin and even out its tone should try the Reverse Radiance Mask. The metallic golden yellow formula is spiked with Retinal-MD, which is gentler than traditional retinol but just as effective. When you add exfoliating glycolic acid and anti-inflammatory turmeric, you have the makings of a radiance-amplifying mask that will make you look like the sun emoji in selfies.
Unblemish Clarifying Mask
Just as its name suggests, the Unblemish Clarifying Mask helps banish blemishes. In the tub, the paste looks plain white. However, when you massage it into skin, it turns lilac. Once your face looks like Violet Beauregarde's, you can stop touching your face and let the mask sit for five to 10 minutes.
Color-changing abilities aside, the top ingredient on the Unblemish Clarifying Mask's list is sulfur — 10 percent, to be exact. This is the highest level you can have in a mask to instantly help eliminate excess oil. Tea tree oil also makes a welcomed appearance to also reduce breakouts.
Soothe Rescue Mask
For days when your skin is feeling raw and irritated, allow the Soothe Rescue Mask to come to the, well, rescue. Honestly, aesthetically speaking, it's the most boring of the bunch because it's basically a green clay mask that doesn't dry down. It's amazing for soothing redness, though, thanks to calming calamine and nourishing glycerin.
Although each mask is categorized by Rodan + Fields core collections, mix and matching them for a multi-masking experience is half the fun. Each mask is $60 and should last you for eight applications. You can shop them on rodanandfields.com or through your local Rodan + Fields consultant.
The Rodan + Fields Unblemish Clarifying Mask is a 2020 Allure Best of Beauty winner. Check out the full list of Allure's 2020 Best of Beauty winners.
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