This won't quite count as those two masks doctors are currently recommending, but if your skin is freaking out because of all mask wearing, maybe you want to try this.

UPDATE: My face broke out immensely two days later, just where I wore this mask, so I'm a 'no-go' on this.

It's been months since I've had clear skin.

To be fair, it took me like twenty years to even get clear skin, after my first zit showed up on my face in 1999. But I finally had it all figured out and we had to start wearing masks.

I completely understand all the reasons we need to wear masks and I support them, but my skin isn't happy.

So when I saw this under mask, mask at Target I had to try it out.


The biggest negative of this mask is that, at least for me, it was hard to find a time to try it out. You have to have a clean, make-up free face to use it, and I have a feeling it would be a mess at the gym.

I tried it out while shopping downtown on Saturday.


No one could tell I had it on, but I did tell everyone I saw at 510 Threads and Rockford Art Deli about it and it stayed on pretty well.

You are supposed to wear it for 15-20 minutes and I really did enjoy the moisture it gave my face, as opposed to the greasy feeling I usually feel after I get in the car after wearing a mask.


My face felt awesome for the rest of the day, but I will say on Sunday night I noticed some new chin zits. I can't blame the mask for them but I can't say they helped prevent them either.

I found these at the Target in Rockford in the Beauty aisle.

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