If you love Korean sheet masks but don't like to spend a lot of money on them, I have some fun news for you today!
According to Happi.com, Masqueology, which is a Korean beauty brand that makes pricey sheet masks that you can find on Amazon, Dermstore, etc., is branching out with a more affordable sheet mask line that will be sold at Walmart:
Masqueology, a leading Korean skin care facial mask brand adored by celebrities and consumers, has introduced a new line of affordable sheet masks. These facial masks are available nationwide in 3,000 Walmart locations across the US and online. ...Their goal is to take the same skincare products – once only available at high-end spas and boutiques – and make them available to everyone.
Read the full article here.
I just checked the Walmart site and these masks are available online HERE for $2.50 each, if you want to check them out. I'm guessing that some of you have already spotted these in-store too (please comment below if you have!).
Next up, thanks to reader Lisette M. for the comment below about this one! She spotted Soo AE masks at her local Walmart recently (Soo AE is a Korean beauty brand owned by Clio, which also makes Peripera and Goodal). And unlike Target where you have to buy these in 5-packs, Walmart has individual masks for $2.50 in-store and they're also listed online HERE in eight different varieties (not in stock online yet).
When I was at my local Big Lots the other day, I spotted some fancy new Epielle sheet masks that I had never seen before. If you're new to Epeille (owned by Kareway), they're also a Korean beauty company and they make great makeup remover towelettes (which I've raved about here numerous times over the years), as well as other skincare products like BB creams, sheet masks, hand masks, foot masks, and pore strips.
These masks piqued my interest because, as you can see, they include a single serving of Oxygen Bubble Cleanser (step 1), Concentrated Moisturizing Serum (step 2), and sheet mask (step 3). My Big Lots had two varieties: Collagen (pictured above), and Moisturzing (pictured below). They retail for $2 each.
Have you seen these masks at your local Walmart and Big Lots stores? If so, have you tried anything yet? I'd love to hear from you!