Target Beauty Box recently came out with four limited edition, in-store only boxes and I was finally able to grab one at my local store! Each box is only $7 but I could only find All the Masks, which is fine by me because beauty masks are fun to try! Make sure to sign up here to get notified when future boxes go on sale!
Everything in my box!
Hello Radiance indeed – sheet masks infuse your skin with moisture to give you a fresh, glowing look.
The product information card listed the products included in the box and a little info about each item.
I receive a coupon for St. Ives facial care.
The back of the box listed each of the products and their ingredients.
Yes To Carrots And Kale Single Use Paper Mask ($2.50) Each mask deals with a different beauty concern and this one is supposed to help with dullness and invigorate skin, even sensitive skin.
Vitamin A is an antioxidant and may help protect skin from environmental assaults. Ditto for the Vitamin E from kale.
Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Gel Mask ($2.59) Have dry, dull skin? Maybe the winter weather took its toll on your skin and you need to rehydrate parched pores? Try this hydrogel mask, which holds more of the watery essence than a traditional paper mask.
Hyaluronic acid draws moisture to the skin like a magnet. You might find essence left on your face after treatment but just gently pat into skin until it’s absorbed.
St. Ives Soothing Sheet Mask ($2.49) Oatmeal is a known skin soother and this mask is for any type of skin or anytime you just want to relax a little.
Hyaluronic acid is in here too, along with caffeine, which may help relieve puffiness while pepping up your complexion.
Que Bella Multi Mask Trio ($2.99) Oohh, three masks in one pack! There’s a mud mask for the oily t-zone, superberry mud mask for the cheeks, and nourishing coconut for under the eyes.
Charcoal, clay, and shea butter are some of the ingredients you will find in these little masks. Use them all at once or as needed.
Masque Bar Luminizing Charcoal Peel Off Mask – SIMILAR ($3.49) If you have acne-prone skin or need a deep cleansing mask then you might want to give this one a try. I haven’t used it since my skin is dry and “mature” but I think it is more of a traditional creamy mask and not a sheet mask – just spread it all over your clean, dry face.
According to Target’s helpful hints, it may be necessary to further clean skin after removing the mask. I am guessing it is supposed to be similar to one of those glue/charcoal masks that are all over YouTube, with sometimes funny (and painful) outcomes.
I am ready to face spring with a variety of sheet masks (I’m passing the charcoal one along to someone braver, and younger, than me!). This box had a value of around $14.06, or twice the amount paid for the box. I hope I can find the other three boxes if they become available in my local store!
Did you grab a Target Beauty Box this month? Let me know if you found one of the four boxes in your local store!