This brand has just launched a maskne sheet mask that changes the game

Is this the beauty product we've been waiting for since 2020? It's certainly fitting for the times...

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If ever there was a beauty woe that's the sign of the times it's maskne, AKA those pesky breakouts caused by wearing face coverings. Revolution Beauty has now launched a sheet mask to tackle the condition, designed to only cover the lower half of your face – and it's a genius idea.

Fully biodegradable and vegan, these sheet masks contain a mix of salicylic acid, an anti-inflammatory and blemish busting ingredient that helps to decongest your pores, as well as hyaluronic acid to rehydrate your skin. The latter is a hero hydrator that's known for its ability to hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water. Sounds like a pretty good combination, no?

The masks have already sold out on the brand's website in the US, but are still available at Beauty Bay and ASOS – so you'd better be quick if you want to get your hands on a pair.

Revolution Maskne Lower Sheet Mask

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Revolution Maskne Calming & Purifying Lower Face Sheet Mask, $6.50/$5 for 2, Beauty BayView Deal

The new launch is clearly going down well with consumers, with positive reviews quickly building up on the brand's website by the day. "I used this mask for my acne and I can honestly say this cleared up my skin!! I would definitely recommend this product," writes one happy customer, while another adds: "my skin feels and looks so much better. Will definitely recommend to friends and family."

Each pack contains two of the sheet masks, meaning they work out as costing a mere $3.25 or £2.50 per treatment (or even less if you take advantage of the current 3 for 2 offer). Not bad, eh?

BRB, ordering ourselves several pairs of these to see out the pandemic.

Lucy Abbersteen
Lucy Abbersteen

Lucy is a beauty journalist who has written for titles including Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Women's Health, InStyle and Woman & Home, and regularly contributes to My Imperfect Life. Most recently she was Junior Beauty Editor at Marie Claire. Covering skincare, haircare, make-up and wellbeing, her job involves anything from picking the brains of the world's top dermatologists to swatching the latest and greatest foundations. When she's not got beauty on the brain, you're most likely to find her spending time with dogs (her sister owns one very sassy cockapoo), reading or sleeping. She's also a big fan of RuPaul's Drag Race, rosé and and house plants that stay alive.