The budget plan grocery store has just introduces a DIY face mask maker that lets you work up expensive hydrogel treatments at home.In case you have actually never ever tried a hydrogel mask, they’re those slightly scary-looking gelly masks that assure to increase your skin’s moisture levels.Now, you can
whip up your own treatments to attempt in your home for the sensible price of ₤ 34.99– quite excellent going when you consider a single pack of hydrogel masks can cost nearly this much on the high street.The set includes 24 collagen tablets, a measuring cup, a face mask mould and a cleaning brush, and lets you produce masks customized to your skin, using whatever you have in the fridge.Lidl advises attempting antioxidant-rich fruits consisting of blackcurrants, blueberries, broccoli, guava, kiwi fruits, oranges, and papaya.All you do is
add your blended components into the device with a collagen tablet, according to the guidelines, then put the resulting mixture into your mould to develop a nourishing mask.
* The collagen is what assists turn your mix into a semi-solid sheet mask, by the method. *
Jossie Stone, Head of Non-Food at Lidl stated: ‘We’re happy to be bringing this best-kept beauty trick into Lidl shops– and are very happy to be the very first on the UK high street.
‘Our beauty variety is going from strength to strength making great skin accessible to everyone.’
So, whether you fancy treating yourself or your mum this Mother’s Day, we reckon this might be an enjoyable gizmo to try!The Silvercrest Face Mask Maker will be available in Lidl stores from 1 March.
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