Magnetic face masks emerge as latest skin care craze

Published: 11-Oct-2016

Consumers are being attracted to a new breed of face mask that requires the use of a magnet to remove

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The trend for face masks has fuelled a consistent stream of innovative new products over the past year.

Magnetic face masks emerge as latest skin care craze

With sheet, gel, bubble, splash and modelling masks grabbing prime space in the glossies – and in the shopping baskets of beauty fans – brands do not seem finished experimenting in this sub-category.

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