Best facial masks according to redditors

We found 1,305 Reddit comments discussing the best facial masks. We ranked the 550 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

Next page

Top Reddit comments about Facial Masks:

u/Bomuld · 296 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

I think it might be a carbonated clay mask

u/sodiyum · 139 pointsr/funny

I haven't seen it posted but this looks like Milky Piggy's Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask.

Like others have said it's messy, probably doesn't do much, but I had fun taking selfies with it too.

u/Tericakes · 119 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Good news! $41.95

u/Curiousbystander0 · 87 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Snip snip like the joker, flip sides up, possibly invest in a silicone sheet mask secure mask, and pizza ahoy!

u/Clareandromeda · 81 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

It has actually really helped to prevent me from picking. If I start to feel "pickish" I put the mask on. Usually by the time it's dried and I've had enough time staring at all my oil slicks...I can usually leave my skin be. It's only $38 on amazon.
It has an aha/bha too.

u/zoborz · 34 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Just like you, my first foray into sheet masks from Amazon was the tonymoly I'm Real 11 pack. They were enjoyable but I found some of them to irritate my skin slightly and others to be a little disappointing efficacy-wise. I initially got them because they were paraben free but I've since stopped worrying so much about parabens.

Then I found the Freeset Donkey Milk Aqua 10 pack for $18.62 being sold directly by Amazon (about $2 more than other Prime eligible sellers but this was worth it to me to not have to worry about potentially old products/bad seller experience). These are <$2 a pop even when buying directly from Amazon. *Note: I didn't spring for the $30 "newer" version and I am perfectly happy with whatever "old" version I got.

Holy moly these are the real effing deal. I accidentally dozed off during my first one and will admit I got one tiny zit that went away in <24 hours but otherwise my skin was so plump, so bright, so smooth and my pores were GONE. I had to rub my eyes after waking up to verify how small my pores had gotten because I thought my eyes were still adjusting or something. NOPE. Pores gone. Skin so plump I couldn't believe it.

Honorable mention: Dermal Korea Collagen Essence White mask. Found in a Prime eligible 10 pack here for $9.99, or included in a $9.88 16 combo pack add-on item. I have only ever used the White version (and it was in a heated salt room) but it did wonders for my skin from a plumpness, even tone/texture perspective. Highly recommended! Full disclosure: the white one I used at the spa had a Snowflake logo (found in the 16 pack) and the 10 pack has a slightly different snowflake logo. As far as I can tell, these are the same mask and one has slightly updated packaging.

u/azperson · 31 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

You're routine's great, but I would agree with \u\bluegoddess that it could potentially be the jojoba oil. I have really oily skin and have found that Meadowfoam Seed Oil made my face a lot less greasy during the day than jojoba oil.

I would also recommend a mask like Queen Helene Mint Julep or even Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay. They're relatively inexpensive, but I've found that using them twice a week has, personally, decreased the oil on my face. Especially during the hot summers in Arizona.

u/i_like_oliver · 29 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Queen Helene Mint Julep Mask Is my absolute fave.

It's not super harsh if not left on too long. It smells delightful and it's inexpensive!

I know people also really like the Glossier Mega Greens Galaxy Pack as a gentle clay mask. I just haven't used it myself.

u/xkangni · 21 pointsr/AsianBeauty

If you have Amazon Prime, you can get a 16 variety pack of Dermal sheet masks for ~$8.50 each here and here. I find these to be the cheapest decent quality masks I've tried so far! Cheaper ones I've tried tend to be irritating for my skin or just useless.

You can also get "free" sheet masks at Skin18, you just have to pay for shipping (by weight) so if you buy a lot of them at once it is more worth it.
(UPDATE: turns out you can only get one freebie at a time on Skin18, so maybe not so great for bulk sheet mask buys.)

If you're looking for straight up just hella bulk and inexpensive sheet masks for daily usage, KOSE sells them in a giant pack of 1/2 lb but I haven't actually used any of them myself since I have my own stash of 200+ sheet masks LOL. They have Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid and Collagen.

Innisfree also really often has BOGO free deals for their sheet masks. They're more expensive than the other options I've listed but if you buy a lot at once it'll be cheaper per mask.

LASTLY, (sorry long post) there's also Korean buying services where companies will locate the items you want to buy at a lower price in Korea and ship it to you for a fee. This service is super worth it if you're planning on a HUGE haul. However it's also more complicated than just adding stuff to your cart and checking out like you would on other online stores. There's a guide on how to use the big buying services in the sidebar here if you're interested!

Honestly, there's tons of resources to buy bulk sheet masks, and if you buy a crap ton at once, they're even cheaper :P

u/y3llowking · 19 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Only a couple seemed to have butylene glycol from what I could tell by looking at the ingredient list. These all seem to have it.

u/breton_stripes · 16 pointsr/sharktank

I love sheet masks, but two uses is honestly the most inconvenient thing because the packaging is not super easy to work with and how else are you going to store it in the serum. Also, people in Asia have been using these reusable silicone masks with ear hooks to soak in serums for ages (which is probably more effective than lace because they prevent moisture loss).

u/donaisabelle · 16 pointsr/muacjdiscussion

For those of you who enjoy sheet masks (especially the extremely slippy hydrogel masks), you really should consider getting a silicone mask cover for them. Essentially it's a thin, stretchy silicone mask you put over the sheet mask, with ear loops to secure it, so it'll hold the mask on your face securely. (And it'll make you look even creepier, much like Odo from DS9.) This allows you to actually be able to get up and do stuff for the 20-30 minutes you're wearing the sheet mask, instead of having to lay down and hold still the whole time. Yesterday, I folded and hung up laundry, and then put new sheets on the guest bed, and had no problem with the mask staying on. You can just wash them with soap and water between.

I got this one from Amazon, which was only $5 - totally reasonable!

ETA: Also, for those of you who are interested in/enjoy sheet masks, don't buy them at Sephora! The markup is outrageous. For instance, the Tony Moly I'm Real masks sell 2 for $7.50 at Sephora (or $3.75 apiece), whereas on Amazon you can get them 10 for $11 (or $1.10 apiece). That's a 340% markup at Sephora! (If you're worried about legitimate sellers and not getting fakes from Amazon, two tips: First, if it's eligible for Amazon Prime, Amazon itself has almost definitely ensured the seller is legit. You can also go to r/asianbeauty for a list of legit sellers.)

u/DjDolly · 16 pointsr/amazon

>On every item next to the sellers name should be their feedback rating, just like on ebay.

It is, just click "New & Used from $X.XX" on any product page.


>Well if a seller only ever sells an item once, then obviously it's either not a popular item or they are way over-priced.

It's very common with book sellers, which is what Amazon was originally known for. There are millions of ISBNs. Either way, a seller's performance is very likely to be similar across many items as non-seller related feedback that is left on the seller feedback page can be easily removed so there is no need to break it further by item. No site has that level of granularity.

u/LULUTRON · 15 pointsr/AsianBeauty

They are also on Amazon for [$12.95] (, pretty good deal if you got prime 🤗

u/xXKILLA_D21Xx · 14 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Here you go. Also you can try your local Dollar General to see if they carry it.

u/[deleted] · 13 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Ok! Well I am a 24 yr old female with combination skin. I am normal on my cheeks but oily in my T zone. I've dealt with severe cystic acne my entire life but after seeing a dermatologist and getting chemical peels and changing my diet, it went down drastically. Now I am just left with hormonal acne on my chin and some discoloration on my skin. So here is my brand new routine I started a week ago! Many of these products have made people break out but it's just about finding what's right for you :)


Use [low ph Cleanser] (

[Toner] (

[vitamin C serum] (

[Moisturize] (

[sunscreen] (


Oil cleanse with [this] (

same cleanser

same toner

A [random sheet mask] (

same vitamin C serum (under eyes only)

[collagen cream] (

[overnight moisturizer] (

I've also been taking [primrose oil supplements] ( but it's only been a week and I'm not sure if it's doing anything yet. I bought some other stuff too but since this worked for me, I am sticking with it and might change it up next week and add more things in.

u/ryaka · 13 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Try using a daiso silicone mask over top, it might help keep your glasses dry & your sheet mask in place.

I love mine! Gives me more freedom to move about and keeps the mask moist for longer

u/st0nedt0theb0ne · 13 pointsr/AskMen

Other than washing my face, I enjoy using facial masks. It can feel really refreshing and help with acne, oiliness, dryness or whatever you want depending on the mask. My favorite one is the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay. I get it at my local Vitamin Shoppe store. It's tight and uncomfortable, but makes your skin feel great when it comes off.

I will also admit to having used concealer for acne before.

u/Lunerose · 12 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I stumbled upon this subreddit, and am so excited to discover Asian beauty. I live outside the U.S. and had someone coming to visit, so everything I purchased was from Amazon Prime so that I could get it in time. Also, being such a newbie here, shopping on other sites is a bit intimidating for me. I thought this would be helpful to others that are just starting out with Asian beauty.

[Etude House Tint My Brows Gel #3 Gray Brown] (

[Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask] (

[Skinfood Dark Circle Concealer Cream no.1 salmon] (

[Dermal Korea Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet, 16 Combo Pack] (

[SCINIC Honey All In One Ampoule] (

[Mizon Snail Recovery Gel Cream] (

[C 20 Original Pure Vitamin C20 Serum] (

[Etude House Sunprise Mild Airy Finish Sun Milk SPF50+] (

[Missha All Around Safe Block Essence Sun SPF 45 PA+++] (

[MIZON Snail Repair Eye Cream] (

[My Beauty Diary Black Pearl Mask 10 pcs] (


[KOSE Softy Mo Deep Cleansing Oil] (

[TONYMOLY Shiny Foot Super Peeling Liquid] (

[Hadalabo Japan goku jyun Hyaluronic Acid Moisture Bubble Foaming Cleanser] (

[Etude House I Need You Mask Sheet 15pcs set] (

My SCINIC Honey All In One Ampoule is in plastic because the lid came loose in transit and spilled everywhere, but there is still half of it in there. So far I have tried a few face masks, and I am in love. I am so excited to try it all! :)

u/polychromaticmadam · 12 pointsr/AsianBeauty

DIY Licorice Mask

So, Shark Sauce seemed to break me out, which made me real sad... especially as I was hoping to up my licorice root game. Enter DIY. I ordered a bunch of those compressed sheet masks off Amazon, along with licorice root tea and alcohol-free licorice root extract. I boiled and steeped the tea, then refrigerated it. After cleansing and toning, I put some of the tea in a dish, added a few drops of tea tree oil, and let the mask do its thang. While it absorbed, I smoothed four drops of the licorice root extract onto my skin. I put the sheet mask on, silicone cover over that, and chilled for a half hour. My skin has seemed more even, and of course, more hydrated. I plan on doing this at least 3x/week, and consider it to be an essence step. I'm so excited to see if it helps ease my redness in the long run!

u/barkkk · 11 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I would swap the charcoal mask for the Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque everyone raves about here. I have great results from it as well.

[link] (

u/_MasturbationStation · 11 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Rave Skinfoood Brown Sugar Mask – I love this sub and I’ve really turned by face around but man, I really, really miss scrubbing my face with a scrub. More so now than ever with nonstop tret flakes on my nose, eyebrows, and chin. I tried a few samples of the mask and I loved it so I purchased. But, the horror! The first time I used it I scraped my face pretty badly and got a nice bright red, burning cheeks to show for it. So the scrub stayed in my closet, doomed to be forgotten.
A few months later, I saw someone mention that this was their favorite mask to use in the shower. That got me thinking that maybe putting it on mostly dry skin was a bad idea so I tried the shower trick. O.M.G. The softest, smoothest, baby butt skin! It’s amazing. I use it twice a week now and I absolutely love it. I’m not sure if it’s an HG but damn, it’s effective and it is soooooo satisfying.
This is how I use it – I put it on when I put on my conditioner (similar wait times), scrubbing the paste ever so softly into my problem areas. Then I scrub my arms, shave my legs, sing, have imaginary conversations, etc. After about 5 to 10 min I rinse it off with my hands, making sure all the sugar granules are gone. That’s it! After my face is mostly dry I start my routine. I don’t use acids when I use the scrub but I’m sure you can. Bonus Points - Can't beat that price point!

u/Osorex · 10 pointsr/gamingpc

I didn't understand mechanical keyboards until I tried one. It's awesome. Just feels crisp. Not really sure how much it matters for games, but as a general keyboard I recommend it.

I used one of these keyboards before and it was great. Far prefer the feel of mechanical keys now though.

I am not sure if anyone actually buys into them but Gamer Glasses and snacks - wtf are those.

u/spraytankween · 10 pointsr/blogsnark

sheet masks are TRANSFORMATIVE. i'm sure CC only has the super-expensive ones, but i order cheap K-beauty combo packs from amazon and they're amazing :) legit give you instantly glowier skin!

u/TILSwampCoolers · 10 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I mean this in the nicest way possible, but you have so much to learn! That's a really good thing, because it means there are probably easy benefits available to you! And it can be overwhelming, but it's sooo worth it to learn this stuff. =)

For example, that cleanser contains glycolic acid (exfoliant) and tea tree/rosehip oil (potential irritants). These ingredients are fine for lots of people, maybe you're one of them.

But best practice, especially while "learning your skin", is to use a cleanser to just cleanse, then use other stuff for treatments. This is so you can learn what the different ingredients do to your skin.

A cleanser with an exfoliant like glycolic acid makes it a little riskier to use other acne treatments, because most of them ALSO contain acid and you really run a risk of "over-exfoliation" (google it, worth knowing about). "Over-exfoliation" and "regular" breakouts are hard to tell apart, so this creates a real problem for a lot of people! Not to mention, what if you're sensitive to those oils?

Also, you need to stop the new breakouts before worrying about texture and discoloration. Your skin looks REALLY dehydrated to me. That will CAUSE breakouts.

Read up on dehydration and the skin's "moisture barrier." Just getting that in order MIGHT help a lot.

If you were my IRL friend, my goal would be to get to hydrating your skin using Asian-style "watery" moisturizers - check out /r/asianbeauty!

These sheet masks are a cheap, great way to start. I'd use one a few times a week. I'd also consider getting some watery toner or essences.

Switching to an non-stripping, oil-based cleanser saved my life. Stripping your skin also damages that moisture barrier.

The DIY oil cleansers broke me out. Go to a Sephora and get a sample of the Shiseido Perfect Oil.

Accutane is generally considered a last resort, it has really serious, potentially life-long side effects, including crohn's disease. Just search this sub for accutane and you'll see people sharing. Your acne doesn't even look that bad to be - widespread, but shallow, not the deep, cystic stuff I normally think of for accutane.

Anyway, this turned into a bit of a novel, but Accutane is really heavy stuff, and you just seemed a little overwhelmed!

I promise you can make a lot of progress just learning more about products and skin - but you do have to learn!

Can't just try stuff randomly and expect it to work! =)

u/dinosaurkickdrop · 10 pointsr/muacjdiscussion

I buy these Dermal Korea Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet, 16 Combo Pack by Dermal and while I don’t find much difference between each type, I like them overall! Very cooling and relaxing.

u/Skuzzle_butt · 8 pointsr/buildapcsales

Wtf you're right...

As of now, I'm selling my Sidewinder x4 for the low low price of $90 USD. Get it while it's hot.

u/computerkid · 8 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Once the sheet mask starts to dry out, it can suck the moisture back out of your skin and have the opposite effect of what you want. As long as it stays wet, then you can keep it on. I love using a Daiso silicon mask cover because it keeps my masks wet for an hour or more.

u/Trevorstone12 · 8 pointsr/galaxynote4

How long have you had that battery? And what were you doing when the phone died? If you've had the battery for a while you might want to consider getting a new battery. I had the same issue with my phone dying at 10-40 percent battery. this fixed my issues

u/-littlefang- · 7 pointsr/VeganBeauty

When I ran out of Cerave a few weeks ago, I bought some Derma E at Kroger on a whim. It's actually been amazing for my skin, it's so thick and moisturizing. The tub I bought was $10, think it was in sale.

I tend to go for Tom's for deodorant and toothpaste, they're only slightly more expensive than what I used to buy.

I buy this crazy good coconut conditioner, I just can't remember the brand.. Will update with it later, promise. Oh, and Queen Helene mint julep mask!

Edit: Here's the coconut conditioner I love, and this is what I bought last time because there wasn't any of the coconut one on the shelf.

u/OjosDeLuna · 7 pointsr/SkincareAddiction


  • Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cleanser- I loooooooove this cleanser, not a HG item since it's not like it works miracles on my skin or anything, but it doesn't irritate or break me out or any of the stuff that usually happens to my skin.
  • Josie Maran Argan Oil- I know, I know. It's overpriced. But it's so easy to pick up a little $10 (or $14? I can't remember) bottle when in line at Sephora. I don't think I'll be repurchasing because I might have found a replacement.
  • Coconut oil- My skin (on my body) loves this shit. Baby soft err'day. And my hair drinks it up too. I haven't had a haircut in almost a year and this helps my postpone my haircut until I decide what I want to do with it.
  • Sample of F.A.B Ultra Repair Cream- It's okay. I didn't irritate my skin or cause a breakout, and it moisturized my skin well without feeling greasy, but it feels too plain for the price.


  • Nuetrogena Naturals Purifying Face Wash- I hate this shit. My face hates it. Even my sister (who isn't at all into skincare and will basically use whatever is in the bathroom) hates it. It irritated my skin and seriously dried out my sisters face.

  • St Ives Exfoliating Pads- They're very gentle. Brighten my skin overall, but do almost nothing for my post inflammatory hyperpigmentation. These irritated my sister's skin, which is strange because her skin hardly ever gets irritated, but maybe because it was her first time using any sort of chemical exfoliation (she's 17, I'm not forcing skincare products onto a 6 or 7 year old).

  • Stridex Maximum Strength pads (red box)- I haven't worked up the courage to use these on my face, put they do a pretty good job with my bacne! At first I was like "fuck this shit" because after I used them on my back a few days, I started getting these big cystic pimples. I attributed them to the Stridex and just tossed them with the rest of the skincare rejects under my sink. But because I'm stupid and am not one to learn her lesson the first time, I tried them again. And tada, they worked and didn't cause big red angry bumps. I'm still not sure what caused them the first time.

  • Mario Badescu Enzyme Cleansing Gel- I wash my face with this when I feel that raw honey won't be enough. I like the way it feels and smells, and it doesn't irritate my skin.

  • More Raw Honey- Probably tied with Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cleanser for my favorite cleanser. I love the way it leaves my skin moisturized and soft.

  • Queen Helene Mint Julep Mask!!!- I'm excited I finally bought something that's talked about on the sub. I just got his two days ago. Spot tested it on my chin, no bad reaction, so I tried it on my forehead and nose yesterday. No big improvement, but I like the way it feels. I also think it brought some of the little bumps on my forehead to a head, so I popped those little suckers this morning. (sorry for the gross imagery, I'm a picker, I can't help it)

  • Last, but not least... Hemp Oil <3 - I got it as a replacement for jojoba oil since it had a zero on the comedogenic scale (I don't know why I still really check it since something could be an absolute zero on the scale and still fuck my face up). I mixed it with some coconut oil when I got it, and oh my sweet god, it was the best body moisturizer ever. The richness of the coconut oil and the lightness of the hemp oil combined perfectly to create heavenly soft skin on my legs. I'm still not sure if I like it on my face ( I like the way it feels but I'm not sure if its clogging my pores). I decided to drink some in my smoothies at the same time I decided to try it on my face, and I broke out in a small rash/whiteheads around my mouth and chin area. This happens whenever I try to take any sort of Omega supplements, and I'm not sure why. :(

    TL;DR: I'm sorry this is so long. I buy and try a lot of things.
u/trinx01 · 7 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Seriously, I think mint is the holy fabu-rific (fabulous + terrific) grail for oily skinned peeps. I've been using a mint julep masque and it has totally changed my face life. Face's life. Life of my face.

Just buy it, it's rad (and I'll try the Mint Lemon next!).

u/nowthatihavefoundyou · 7 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

This one? $41.95

u/ollieperido · 7 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I love that y'all are okay with asking about budget friendly options! I've been buying what are basically Dermal masks from stores here and there and then i search for cheap masks

AND BAM, I get this awesome deal, 9 dollars for 16 masks :O

Y'all the best \^_^

^ formatting that was fucking hard .-.

u/shortandbrown · 7 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Maybe something like a sheet mask cover?

u/April040715 · 7 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I like to put my mask on at night, it feels relaxing after a hard day at work. I usually leave them on for 30 mins or more (even though it says 10-15mins) I just watch Netflix. I bought this silicone mask to put over my sheet mask to prevent evaporation. It's creepy af but it works really well. I have tons of Tony and Moly masks so I use one depending on how my skin feels/looks. Sometimes I feel like I look patchy so I go for a skin brightening/or even skin mask. If I haven't gotten sleep I'll use one for tired skin, etc. Sometimes I'll just use an eye patch mask because I tend to ignore my under eyes.
Link to Silicone mask

u/ultrakawaii · 7 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Yes! Amazon Prime offers a pack of 10 for 19.38 with Benton as the seller.

u/aprettyfire · 7 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Anyone know if this listing on amazon is the real thing? it's a bit cheaper than this one, though I can't figure out why

u/hooplah · 7 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

not comment OP but i use the skinfood black sugar scrub and love it

u/Supernaturaltwin · 6 pointsr/popping

Amazon has it for less than $39. Free shipping.

u/GiveMeABreak25 · 6 pointsr/AsianBeauty
u/Elf_Fetish · 6 pointsr/funny

It's this stuff.

u/IgniteTheMoonlight · 6 pointsr/AsianBeautyAdvice

Has anybody tried the Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask? Link.

I'm looking for some kind of nice moisturizing treatment for my lips & came across this product on Amazon before I even knew it was AB (thought it was French... for obvious/understandable reasons, I think, lol).

I guess my questions about it are pretty basic: has it worked for you? Does it rub off easily (is the consistency thick or thin)? Does it taste weird? Does it sit on your lips all night or does it sink in easily?

Would love to hear your thoughts - thank you!

u/Whattheheckstepmom · 6 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

RAVE Dermal Sheet Masks 24 pack

These sheet masks are so affordable, fun and soothing. I do notice that they all moisturize nicely and there is so much extra serum in each packet. I haven't had any issues with them at all as far as breakouts are concerned and love using these daily. They all smell decent and the sheet paper is quality for the price. I love these things.

RAVE Drunk Elephant Protini.
This is definitely a HOLY GRAIL product for me and I will continue to re-purchase. No issues with breakouts. It smells AMAZING. I get these weird little bursts of cinnamon in between the lily scent. It leaves my skin feeling like a very healthy sea creature. Like just so soft.

RANT Scinic Honey all-in-one ampoule.
Scinic Honey
I WANTED TO LOVE THIS STUFF. It smells AMAZING. But I literally noticed no difference in my skin after using for a month and even got closed comedones on my forehead after use. I just wish this was everything I wanted it to be.

u/Lewkylewk · 5 pointsr/buildapc

Under $40? That'll be hard to find (yet not impossible), if i were you i'd fork out another $7 and grab a Sidewinder

u/NismoGrendel · 5 pointsr/buildapc

I just picked up a Microsoft Sidewinder X4, it was only $53 so I figured I'd take a chance with it.

The keys feel pretty good, backlight has a few different light levels. It's supposed to have very good anti-ghosting. I haven't had a chance to play all my games yet, but it performs much better than the old Logitech wireless cheapo I had in Bad Company 2 and Black Ops.

It's a solid board and I'd say its a good deal for +/-$55.

u/RainaaaGrace · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Ranked from most favorite to least favorite

Garnier SkinActive

Website & Ingredients

  • Surprisingly my most favorite of the bunch. Never tried any Garnier skincare but heard good things so I gave it a shot.
  • Super saturated, which felt amazing.
  • Use for up to 20 minutes. I usually always do 15
  • Doesn't leave any weird residues on your skin
  • Goes on after your very last serum and before moisturizer.
  • Skin felt amazing afterward
  • $2.50 at Target


    Website & Ingredients

  • Also very saturated
  • Has an extra film that is pulled off the mask after placing it on your face. I find that it makes it more difficult to place the mask on my face.
  • Very thin material, and it does rip if you aren't careful
  • Also leaves skin feeling refreshed.
  • The second time I used it my skin felt itchy and I couldn't figure out why. Skin felt better once I put moisturizer on. I personally think I might have waited too long after taking it off my face before putting on my moisturizer. I'd have to try it again to know for sure.
  • $3.99 at Target

    Neutrogena Hydro Boost

    Website & Ingredients

  • I tried the hyaluronic acid from this line after hearing really good things about this specific line and loved it.
  • Decided to try this mask and it's awesome.
  • Hydrogel so it's not paper.
  • Can stay on your skin for up to 30 minutes without drying
  • Put in on your skin after washing and before your serums.
  • Doesn't leave a strange film which makes applying serums on your skin afterward easier
  • I have the Vichy Mineral 89 Hyaluronic Acid and I put it on before the mask before realizing it should go on second, but I don't think it made a difference. Stronger serums should go on after.
  • $2.59 at Target

    Masque Bar Pretty Animalz

    Website & Ingredients

  • Another surprising favorite.
  • The eyes aren't covered, which I personally love. I hate the extra flaps because I'm not going to sit with my eyes closed for 15 minutes with a mask on.
  • Can be used 10-20 minutes
  • Dogs, Cats, Sheep, Bunnies, Penguins, Reindeer. Most are holiday focused. Dogs, Tigers, Pandas and cats are always on the shelves.
  • Also saturated and fits the face almost perfectly. I have a small round face and most are a bit too large for me.
  • They make cute selfies if you're into that!
  • $4.99 at Target. Would buy again.

    Slice Mask Sheet


  • Not a full face mask
  • Small circles that are supposed to be spot focused. I read online that they do it this way to better fit your face and so you can hit spots that need it more.
  • I had no idea it wasn't a sheet mask when I bought it so I thought I ripped it at first.
  • Smells exactly like the fruit it represents. The smell is strong if you are sensitive to that.
  • Skin did feel amazing after.
  • Stays on for up to 20 minutes
  • Although this is a different mask, I would buy it again.
  • $4.99 at Target. Price was a turn-off, would buy again, but not likely because it's a little too pricey.


    Couldn't find any ingredients

  • My least favorite sheet mask.
  • Thick material which made it feel less saturated
  • Eye shapes are small and make it almost impossible to see through. They have the small flaps and they don't like to stay down.
  • Stays on for up to 20 minutes
  • $2.50 at Target. Will not purchase again.

    Avatara Lip Mask

    Website & Ingredients

  • Gel-like material
  • Ripped before it even made it to my lips
  • Doesn't feel like anything special
  • I think it's just sold because it's trending online
  • Stays on lips for 10 minutes
  • $3.99 at Target. Will not purchase again.

    Shea Moisture Mud Mask

    Website & Ingredients

  • This isn't the least favorite, I just didn't feel like it belonged in this set of reviews because it wasn't a sheet mask.
  • Not drying at all.
  • Says to only put on your skin for 10 minutes, so I'm not sure if it wasn't drying because it wasn't given time to dry or if it's just not drying like most mud masks.
  • Didn't notice a huge difference. I don't use mud masks normally so it's hard to speak on this.
  • $2.50 at Target

    Other Sheet masks that I've used

    Dermal Sheet Mask


  • I buy these in bulk off amazon. Usually making each mask $2.00 a piece
  • Each mask is different, but I honestly can't tell. I've been buying these masks for a year and they all seem the same. I don't mind it, others might.
  • Pack of 16 for $8.50

    Yes To Sheet Masks

    Website & Ingredients

  • We had a bunch of these for my sisters Bachelorette party. There were 8 girls and 5 of them complained of this mask burning their face. The reviews online also have a bunch of people stating the same. We had every single type at the party so I'm not sure what the deal was.
  • I recently did the Coconut one because it was sitting in a drawer.
  • It felt weird the whole time it was on my face and left a very strange residue afterward.
  • Didn't burn my face, but I tend to have a bit tougher skin.
  • $2.50 at Target. Will not purchase again.

    That's it. Let me know if you've got more questions.

    For reference, I have normal skin. Somewhere in the middle. Not extremely dry and not oily. I don't have severe acne but get occasional hormonal breakouts.

    I usually use a face mask every other night, sometimes every night. It mostly depends on how tired I am or how gross my face feels.

u/RabiesScabies · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Oh man, I have so many ideas. Just ideas though, you can take them or leave them.

First, your skin looks fairly irritated to me, dryness is a part of that. It can make your skin vulnerable and inflamed like you're seeing - mine was similar. A really easy, idiot-proof way to test this is to use some sheet masks nightly for a few days and look for improvement. I love these. And it feels nice. =)

Another super nourishing ingredient is niacinamide, which I'm completely obsessed with and bought for all my friends. I prefer the Paula's Choice ($40), but the Ordinary stuff ($7?) is also well received (made me break out though). I feel pretty hopeful about the sheet masks and niacinamide for you!

Glycolic acid is typically considered a stronger acid, and might be irritating. I'd maybe leave that out for a while and experiment with some mild 2% salicylic acid, just make sure it's not loaded with alcohol. I use Paula's Choice for that as well, I think the sample size is like $9.

I also learned to start giving myself gentle at-home acid peels through MUAC (amazing customer support). My oily/combo skin got a lot less oily after I switched to an oil cleanser (Banila or Shiseido are great). I just started using azelaic acid for redness (Melazepam), with good results so far, but I'd get the moisture thing figured out first.

Also, FYI, Sephora (and I think Ulta) will give you samples AND have a super generous return policy (check your local store), and I'm pretty shameless about trying new stuff out/returning it. Shit's expensive. =)

Let the hivemind know if anything works!

Edit: I learned so much from, I can't recommend it strongly enough!

u/anderps · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Dermal Korea Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet, 16 Combo Pack

This is what I got!! Such a good deal cause each one comes out to less than $2 a piece!!

u/jay_noel87 · 5 pointsr/Rosacea

Two products I can confirm significantly helped my rosacea in a short amount of time are The Ordinary's Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% serum and Sunday Riley's Good Genes (literally changed my entire face in 2 weeks!) If the pricetag is too high on GG, apparently The Ordinary's 10% lactic acid serum is a dupe - which I've been using the past few days and loving!

If you're looking for more of a routine to use moving forward, I've found Clinique's redness solutions collection has been AMAZING and also great to have (I specifically use the cleanser and moisturizer and will vouch for those two - they have a number of other products but haven't used them).

Another thing someone mentioned is that winter/cold weather is always the worst for rosacea, so definitely pile on the moisturizer (unless you have very oily skin). I highly recommend these moisturizing sheet masks to everyone:

Cheap and moisturizing! They also smell nice. Great to use at night before putting on your moisturizer.

Hope this helps!

u/malapropistic · 5 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

If you can't see any difference it probably isn't making one. I'd recommend a different physical exfoliator, something like Skinfood Black Sugar Strawberry Mask, or a chemical AHA exfoliant. I use the Mario Badescu Glycolic Acid Toner since it's quite gentle with only a 2% acid content.

u/xmilkfedx · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

it's pretty easy actually! *edit: just do the first step of your routine (face wash) then throw it on as is. then after your shower, go through the rest of your routine.

you can throw on the hado labo as is, you can use a silicone mask cover, or use one of the tablet paper masks. you can even throw on hado labo under a regular sheet mask too.

i don't recommend the silicone mask if you take nuclear showers lol.

if you take super hot showers, throwing the product on as is, is fine. i just use the paper mask to prevent it from drying out too quickly. 10 min in the shower and you're good

tablet masks (you can get them on amazon if that's easier)

silocon mask

u/mastiii · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I am a big fan of layering moisturizers. Basically this means getting some liquid products to layer under the Cerave lotion/cream. I like Paula's Choice Skin Recovery toner (I use my hands to apply and the bottle lasts me almost a year), Hadalabo Gokujun Hyaluronic Lotion Moist, or the leftover essence from sheet masks. You could get fancy and try out one of these reusable masks which you place over your liquidy moisturizer for a few minutes. There should be more product suggestions over in /r/asianbeauty as this seems to be an essential step in Asian skincare.

And maybe consider replacing your BHA liquid(?) with the BHA lotion? Paula's Choice sells a 2% BHA body lotion, which I like because you get get way more product (7 oz) for the same price as the 3.3 oz products. Another option is try the 1% BHA lotion, which should be less drying as well.

u/linyiseating · 5 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I've done all sorts of things with sheet masks (including falling asleep in them)! Ultimately, I think it depends on the sheet mask and the climate. I find that there's very few sheet masks I can fall asleep in, but the ones from CremorLab, esp [Witch Hazel] ( is bae.

I've definitely heard that reverse osmosis is a thing, so I've started to discard sheet marks once an area has completely dried out (for me, it's usually my forehead, nose and chin area).

If you're interested in keeping on sheet masks longer, Daiso sells a [silicone mask cover] ( you can use. Admittedly, I have one and use this with my CremorLab masks overnight.

u/JessicaMaple · 5 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

If anyone is looking for a similar product (but not in a sheet), this one from Amazon is really fun!

u/skincareaddict92 · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

[This] ( one is pretty makes your face look like a cloud. I also love [this] ( one. The best of the best is the indian aztec secret healing clay.

u/thebloodofthematador · 5 pointsr/AskWomen

Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque is my all-time favorite. Feels good, looks good, tightens your pores, sucks up all your oil, gentle, smells nice. (EDIT: IS CHEAP)

I also like combining Indian Healing Clay with apple cider vinegar and pasting that on my face once a week. Kind of a pain to get off but it really makes my skin shine. (EDIT: IS ALSO CHEAP)

(Not recommended right before you go out as it may cause redness.)

u/NightHawkRambo · 5 pointsr/galaxynote4

If you haven't already perhaps give anker a try?

I have this and they've been great, plus they boast to have 18 month warranty should they fail.

u/Inacoolminute · 5 pointsr/galaxynote4

Have you tried getting some replacement batteries? I had issues with battery life. I fell in love with these Anker batteries.

u/angel_e39 · 5 pointsr/galaxynote4

Sounds like your battery needs to be replaced. Very common issue. Mine did it at 30%.

Check out this Anker kit. It has a cradle to charge your batteries on it's own without using your phone. It also comes with 2 extra batteries.

u/rusrslythatdumb · 5 pointsr/muacjdiscussion

Have you tried a night lip balm/mask? I recommended Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask above, it's amazing.

u/---moon--- · 5 pointsr/AsianBeauty

My RIDE OR DIE lip products:

Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask

Nuxe Reve de Miel Lip Balm

Both of these can be had for cheaper elsewhere (Korean sites, and Cult Beauty for the Nuxe) but sometimes you need that prime shipping!! I layer these (the Laneige first) and my lips feel awesome. Since I don't want to dip my fingers in pots during the day, I often use a tube instead. Right now it's the Hanalei Lip Treatment.

u/wherearemypaaants · 5 pointsr/thebachelor

You gotta get this shit, it's chapstick gold. The only thing that keeps my lips attached to my face.

I also use this overnight lip mask every night. And I do a homemade sugar scrub (put a little bit of coconut oil on an old toothbrush, sprinkle sugar on it til it's fully coated, gently scrub lips) whenever my mouth has hella dandruff.

I've only been on Accutane for a month, but so far, so good with this routine.

u/toxik0n · 5 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Here's a really useful article:

I use chemical exfoliants and Stratia Liquid Gold mixed with CosRX Ultimate Nourishing Rice Overnight Spa Mask as my AM and PM moisturizing step and they're phenomenal. I used to get dry skin during the winter and now my skin looks plump and hydrated year round.

u/oatmeal_pie · 4 pointsr/MakeupRehab

OP, you can also try Queen Helene's Mint Julep mask for $5.50 on Amazon or about $3.50 at your local drugstore/dollar store. The first three ingredients are distilled water, kaolin, and bentonite. You get the fun of a clay mask, you don't have to mix it yourself like the Aztec clay mask, and you save $64.

u/syrashiraz · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Is that this one for... $2.50??

u/TiraMisoSoup · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I've had that exact pack on my wishlist for a few weeks and keep hesitating to buy them... maybe it's time. The price is so unbeatable.

u/dlilmmm · 4 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Clay Mask, if you can deal with the bubbles on this one

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay mixed with a little apple cider vinegar

Both have been more effective and cheaper than the Origins mask in my experience.

u/OrganicSprout · 4 pointsr/RedPillWives

I just ordered a bunch of stuff!

I've always had an issue with acne. Early on I developed CSP (r/compulsiveskinpicking). Of course I didn't know this until recently and am working on it with my therapist. It's a small part of a larger issue.

However, my battle recently has been with my sebaceous filaments and blackheads. So I am going to follow this. I ordered the following:

u/MadtownMaven · 4 pointsr/maximumfun

Another fun face mask for Dave to try are the Carbonated bubble Clay Mask (link to Canadian Amazon). You put them on then they poof up with bubbles making you look very crazy.

u/Khalano · 4 pointsr/MUAontheCheap

Part III
Makeup Brushes:

  • ACONCEPT A: Brush Set - 5 brushes $11.45
    was $17.62


  • ACONCEPT A: Shape of My Face Triple Contour - $9.13
    was $14.04
    Amazon $14.99


  • nada SODA THE PORE CARE PACK - $7.14
    was $10.98

  • Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask - $7.63
    was $11.74
    Amazon $9.03

  • secretKey Snow White Milky Pack - $9.20
    was $14.16
    Amazon $15.65

u/k_tiara_von_lobster · 4 pointsr/AskTrollX

Putting on a sheet mask and reading a good book in bed.

For the former Benton snail bee, Etude House honey, and Banobagi hydrating are my current favorites.

For the latter I've been on a Rainbow Rowell kick. Landline is a gripping read about a marriage on the brink, features great banter. Carry On starts out like Harry Potter fanfic (British boy is told he's a wizard who was prophesied to save magic, goes to a magic school with his bookish friend and elitist nemesis), then twists and turns into something irresistible. I'm currently reading Eleanor & Park, a smart YA novel that's pulling me right back to the frustration, longing, and outsider-ness of high school.

u/smoonyc · 4 pointsr/thyroidcancer

I had my hemithyroidectomy done a week ago and had never been under general anesthesia before so was also concerned. Pre-op, they gave me a gown, robe, skid-proof socks to wear, put in my IV. I was able to put my curly hair up in a top knot with a silk scrunchie (no metal) so it didn't tangle (listen its the small stuff!). I was walked to the OR (it's not like on TV!), give a hair net to put on, greeted all the surgical staff and then laid myself down on the table (again - SO WEIRD!). The anesthesiologist gave me an IV "cocktail" which felt like I had one too many drinks and then I was out. I came to when I was wheeled into recovery and complained about being woken from a REALLY good sleep ;)

The surgery itself was not nearly as bad as I thought it to be (and you read a lot of the negative experiences here). My voice is fine, my parathyroids are fine and I feel so much better than I did before. As someone else stated, the sore throat is 100% the worst bit of all of it. I didn't have to stay overnight but I only had my right side removed but I wasn't sure if I would go home so things I recommend:

- Have some good numbing cough lozenges (I had Cepacol: or throat spray ( and keep chewing ice, it'll help.

- Do not be afraid to ask for the good drugs from the nurse - it'll help to sleep a lot of the time.

- Wear comfy clothes. I was able to dress myself and lift my arms up to put things on (but they were super easy stretchy & loose clothes) but my sister had to help tie my laces as bending down wasn't as easy.

- Get some PJs that button down:

- Comfy slippers/skid-proof socks:

- Comfy pillow to prop yourself up for the first few days - its easier to sleep sitting up higher as there's less pressure on your neck. I could sleep lying flat and on my side after 4-5 days.

- An ice pack that can stay strapped around your neck. I wrapped mine in a pillowcase first then used a velcro hair band to keep it in place. I got this from Amazon (so it can be used cold or hot):

- Silicone scar sheets for post-op (I can use them in about 4-5 weeks post-op):

- If you're a woman, I got these front close bras so I wouldn't have to lift my arms:

- A good thick lip balm. I like this one from Laniege but honestly anything you like will do:

- I took my Vicodin, Stool Softener (yeeeep it can cause constipation) with 1 Aleve (it's not acetaminophen) for the 1st 5 days at night only to ease my sleep but I didn't need pain meds after that.

Outside of sleeping a lot (recovering from surgery will do that), I was back to eating well chewed solids on the 3rd day post-surgery but that will all be on personal preference. You won't be able to shower for at least 48 hours so make sure to do that morning of if you can.

Most of all - good luck! You will be OK and the relief from having it out will be well worth it. I haven't had my bloodwork done yet to determine whether or not I will need medication (I know you will since its a TT) but that'll be the tricky part from what I've read. Feel free to PM me if you have more questions!

u/Ginger_Libra · 4 pointsr/modafinil

Moda makes me extra dry.

Sounds like you already had a drought going.

I would drink a lot of water and get some electrolytes in you.

I use this at night and it helps immensely.

LANEIGE Lip Sleeping Mask ,Berry, Lip Treatment, 0.7 Ounce

u/tc88 · 4 pointsr/AskWomen

I liked these.

u/alchademy · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

All the steps you're taking are in the right direction, but let's talk about product recommendations. You should start off with a basic skincare routine.

Cleanser: Cosrx Low Ph Morning Gel Cleanser - A good cult favorite, gentle cleanser.

Toner- Stri-dex Pads Maximum Strength - I have yet to find anything else that keeps my acne at bay as well as these do, holy grail status.

Moisturizer- [Mizon Snail Recovery Gel Cream] ( - This will moisturize and take care of acne scars.

Additionally, what helps me is to exfoliate twice a week, and I use Skinfood Black Sugar Mask Wash Off Exfoliator.

I would suggest wearing sunscreen, though this step isn't specifically to help your acne, it's just good to protect the skin from premature aging and hyperpigmentation. Assuming you have combo to oily skin I would recommend Etude House Airy Finish Sun Milk.

u/Rasputin1942 · 4 pointsr/PSVR

They're selling this thing in Japan don't know if you can find it somewhere else... still pretty weird though :)

u/OliviaPresteign · 4 pointsr/breakingmom
u/JustHereForCookies17 · 4 pointsr/relationship_advice

DO IT!! Skin care is for all genders! Plus, you can get super cheap ones from Amazon. I got this set & still haven't used them all:

DERMAL 24 Combo Pack Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet - The Ultimate Supreme Collection for Every Skin Condition Day to Day Skin Concerns. Nature made Freshly packed Korean Face Mask

u/x_painted_crane_x · 4 pointsr/thebachelor

I got the Dermal Collagen Essence ones! Here’s a link for them. :-)

u/Gangreless · 3 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

If they've been that way a long time, you may be out of luck, but yoi could try pore minimizer on those pores. Whenever I needed it, I always just used Witch hazel (spend a little more to get alcohol free if you're going to use it often or have dry skin). It's next to the rubbing alcohol and you just dab it on with a cotton ball. There are also actual products specifically labeled "pore minimizer" or "pore tightener". Clay masks can also help. I use some green peppermint one. Can't remember the name, I think it starts with a J, it's at Walmart.

Edit : Queen Helen Mint Julep Clay Mask that's what I have, knew there was a J in there somewhere :)

u/i_pee_in_the_sink · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hey, uh, while you're often do we apply these grit vacuuming masks?^^I ^^couldn't ^^find ^^anything ^^in ^^the ^^wiki ^^and ^^figured ^^it'd ^^be ^^faster ^^than ^^waiting ^^till ^^wednesday ^^for ^^stupid ^^questions ^^thread

u/happinessinmiles · 3 pointsr/AskTrollX

I'd recommend starting slow. Start with a mild foaming cleanser, a basic moisturizer, and a sunscreen. If you want to add more stuff on for your acne, check out /r/SkincareAddiction and /r/AsianBeauty. Their sidebars are seriously amazing.

But for a cleanser, you can't go wrong with CeraVe foaming cleanser. It's cheap, easily available, and gentle for any kind of skin. There's a bunch of theories on which kinds are best, but I've seen all sorts recommend this cleanser.

Moisturizer is really key as well. Dry skin can cause acne just because your skin is craving moisture! CeraVe and Aquaphor as well as natural stuff like Jojoba oil or Coconut oil have been talked about a lot as good options here. I'm still in search for a really good one I gel with. I do use as a light moisturizer Mizon's Snail Recovery Gel as it also clears up small cuts and inflammation as well. Be patient with this step, as some moisturizers can break you out.

Sunscreen is honestly like 100% of skincare, I'm convinced now, after plunging head first into the two mentioned subs. I use This Japanese one cuz it's cheap on Amazon and has one of the highest pH ratings out there. This Korean one is also highly praised online.

But the fun part I really like? MASKS! OMG MASKING! I love wash offs like Origins' Charcoal Mask (great for acne!) and Queen Helene Mint Julep Mask are both awesome choices! I'm also a big fan of sheet masks (they put the good-for-you goop on a piece of fabric so it's easy to apply). These are the ones I usually buy because it's a great value and they work amazing. You usually only mask for 15-20 minutes and it's like a mini me-time spa-time for me. Doing this like twice a week has done wonders for my skin!

Have some fun with your skincare journey! I'm having fun with finding my perfect self pampering routine. It's more a form of self care for me now, so I feel a little sad if I miss any steps at this point. Hope that helps some! :)

u/xSTARKx · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

You can't really get a good Mechanical Keyboard for 50 bucks but the cheapest one is around 65 bucks and well its quite good for the money. And guys what with all the hate and downvotes?

u/bdnicho · 3 pointsr/gaming

A good keyboard can help avoid key ghosting/blocking. I have a Microsoft Sidewinder x4 and I love it. It's not mechanical, which some people love, but it's also not as expensive. I got mine for around $45 a couple years ago, but it looks like supply might be dwindling as it's now up to $75.

As far as a mouse goes I haven't find a need for anything super fancy. Unless you're playing FPS's competitively most mice will do. I find having at least two thumb buttons essential, but not much other than that. I have this $10 mouse and, so far, it works as well as any mid range mouse I've tried before.

Edit: I split my time between MMOs, RTSs, FPSs, RPGs, and action games, so my hardware needs cover most gaming uses.

u/pdaddyo · 3 pointsr/tonightsdinner

It is a great keyboard, I have one too. Link for the interested.

u/giant_tromboners · 3 pointsr/gamingsuggestions

Microsoft Sidewinder X4

I have the X6 but it's a tad more pricey.

u/Iheartbaconz · 3 pointsr/pcgaming

Microsoft Sidewinder, cant really say anything about it, but its cleaper then what I bought and most of MS's hardware usually works well.

I have this logitech, but its an older model they still sell It has a Red backlit keys as well.

You would be hard pressed to find a mechanical backlit for under 50 used.

u/ashleyn09 · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Hey, I know that a lot of people like this for a clay mask. I also have oily skin my favorite mask for pih is this also love this for me is great for redness and I feel like it improves the texture of my skin for sure one of my favorites. Also something else that is outstanding for decreasing pih is this and brightening. It has 5% Niacinamide which is the highest you can go to lighten pih and licorice for brightening. If that isn't in your budget I know one of the Cerave moisturizers has a high percentage of Niacinamide. Look for ingredients like Niacinamide and N-Acetyl Glucosamine for pih and licorice for brightening. Also remember to use a sunscreen. I use this for everyday and [this] ( for active days but the last one does leave a white cast. Hope this helped. Best of luck.

u/Miwwies · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Have you tried clay masks? Specifically either Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask or Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Clay Mask ? I enjoy both of them. Clay masks can be drying, so I only use them on the areas that are problematic and follow with a good moisturizer.

I would give NIOD Flavanone Mud a try too. I never tried this product though.

u/Emilolz · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

/u/rasta2645 and /u/186394 I have to say, you two are the most gorgeous human beings on the planet!

I really need a new face cleaner GLamGLow has rave reviews. And i'm trying to get on your level of gorgeousness.

"C'mon...gimme." surprise me

u/floramorada · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I have the Dermal set in my cart right now - looks like a pretty good value.

u/mega_trex · 3 pointsr/skincareexchange
u/shortmk · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I’ve been downvoted for this before but I really enjoy Sephora brand sheet masks. They’re constantly running a promo if you add 4 to your cart one is free so they’re only $4.50 each. I love the algae one the most. Green tea and rose are also nice.

I also bought this pack from amazon and really liked them Dermal Korea Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet, 16 Combo Pack

u/TheQueenOfTheNorth_ · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I’ve tried both, but I’ve been applying before and after the past week or so and have cut down to using it 2x a week. Dermal face masks also seem to be helping a bit. I’m just concerned Differin may be a bit too drying for me during the winter.

u/lifeiskpop · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddicts

You can try out the basically the whole lot on Amazon for ~20$. ( However, there are much better much less expensive masks. I remember buying my tonymoly bundle for ~12$, before they were in ulta or sephora. Try innisfree, my personal favorite, ( ) or even dermal ( ) Both give the same type of results. Or if you're still set on Tonymoly, go to r/asianbeauty to find places that sell them cheaper than 3$ a mask.

u/IsaTurk · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

My first sheet mask purchase was a Dermal Korea combo pack. While none of these are my HG masks, they're decent and inexpensive and trying the different types helped me to figure out which ingredient masks I tend to prefer.

u/sheetmasker · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I didn't see them mentioned but definitely check out Kose, Kracie Hadabisei and MJ Care!

Kose and Kracie are the types with multiple sheets in one pack, you get 30 masks for about $15. And MJ Care has a bunch of variety bundles at a little less than a dollar each mask. But my two favorites are Vanedo and Dermal, mentioned by runlizzyrun. You can get a pack of 25 Vanedo sheet masks for $15!

My favorites:


Kracie Hadabisei

One of the MJ Care bundles



And that's the story of how I bought over 300 masks in one week.

Edit: the link prices are a little higher than what I've bought them for about a month ago, but they dip sometimes.

u/DawnPatrol86 · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Thanks for starting this! :)

Looks like there's a good deal of Skinfood products on sale. The Black Sugar Strawberry Scrub looks solid.

u/veronicaxrowena · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I will repost what I posted in another thread not too long ago, making edits for what’s relevant to my current routine experiences:

I sheet mask most nights. I have a drawer of backups in addition to the sheet masks I have ready to go on my skincare bar cart.

These are my favourites so far:

Dr. Jart Hydration Lover Rubber Mask // product here

  • The Ampoule pack that comes with it packs a ton of serum, and the jelly mask creates a great occlusive barrier to trap the serum in and prevent drying out. It says to leave it for 20-30 minutes, but no more than 40. I always go for the full 40 minutes. Your face is so hydrated and moisturized after that depending on your skin type, there is probably minimal products you need to follow up with after. Last night I used the Dr. Jart Bright Lover Rubber Mask and afterwards products sunk into my skin super quick.

    Update Feb 20, 2018: I tried another Dr. Jart Mask two nights ago, the V7 Toning Mask and it is another winner that I will be repurchasing. It had a creamier essence that left my face so moisturised that I considered ending my routine there. And there is so much essence. I had enough for three additional applications after sealing in a ziplock bag. I find that I generally am wowed by all Dr. Jart masks, but they are pricey.

    Mediheal N.M.F. Aquaring Hydro Nude Gel Mask // product here
  • I prefer hydrogel masks, although I do not discriminate - I use all sheet masks :) The hydrogel again creates a great occlusive, trapping in the moisture.

    Dr. Jart Ceramidin Sheet Mask // product here
  • This is a (cotton?) sheet mask and it has an abundance of creamy essence. I particularly like this one on days that I do an exfoliating peel, such as Drunk Elephant Babyfacial, so that I can be sure to pamper my skin barrier after a deep exfoliation. I find that with this mask I have enough essence after rubbing it on my body to still use the remaining juice again the next day, but the time I planned to do that I just ended up throwing it away out of laziness.

    Mediheal I.P.I Lightmax Ampoule Mask // product here
  • This is a brightening regular sheet mask that has arbutin and sodium hyaluronate high up on the ingredient list, and some other brightening ingredients such as vitamin C and grape fruit extract further down on the list. I like this mask because it has a lot of essence and I like the fragrance (last item on the ingredient list). I can’t really describe what it smells like, but it’s really soft to me, so if you don’t like fragrance you should avoid this one. But for me, it’s a nice additive.

    My Beauty Diary Black Pearl Sheet Mask or My Beauty Diary Royal Pearl Sheet Mask // product here and here
  • These two are my most recent mask pack purchases. They are regular cotton (?) masks. I noticed a very plumped visage after having used them, they have a lot of essence that can be spread over the body from the left over juice, and they have the most perfect fit of any sheet mask I have ever used. They have the most appropriate cuts(?) in them around the eye and nose areas making for a more customized fit. No joke, these fit like they were made for my face.

    Added Feb 20, 2018:
    SNP Bird’s Nest Aqua Ampoule Sheet Mask // Product here
    This is a favourite of this sub, and I can see why. It has so much essence, and although it is fragranced, I like the scent. It smells like a clean hand soap. This left my face plump and hydrated. I purchased it for $2.80 at a local AB store, and I think I will go back to repurchase the box.

    Whamisa Organic Seeds & Rice Fermented Hydrogel Facial Mask // Product Here
    First tested on Dec. 19. First impressions: very thin clear nude hydrogel mask. Very delicate. Smells very much like Chanel No. 5, with strong notes of jasmine and musk. As mask wears on the face, the scent remains and the mask starts to create a menthol-type cooling sensation on the face. The mask fits poorly in the eyes, but otherwise fits well. Will repurchase for scent and gel texture. This mask is definitely a favourite of mine for the senatorial experience versus the results, as I definitely felt bougie AF wearing it. I will monitor it closely as I Iuse it more in the future to see if it has any more benefits other than basic hydration.

    Regen Absolute Gold Foil Mask // Product here
    Out of all the foil masks I’ve tried and own, this one is my favourite. It fits surprisingly well for a foil mask, and is lined with a charcoal infused paper sheet mask. I got it for $12 for a box of 5 which seems to be really affordable for these foil type of masks, but it has since gone up in price on Amazon, I’m assuming due to it being a fairly nice mask. This one is great for skintertainment purposes (perfect sheet mask selfie!) but I also feel like due to the fit and lining that it is a generally good mask as well.


    My Scheming Masks
  • All the My Scheming Masks I use have tons of essence and they are super cheap making them a win-win.


    Silicone Sheet Mask Mask //. product here
  • These are great to layer over your regular paper/cotton sheet masks as it traps the moisture in and prevents the cotton from drying out. It’s a mask for your sheet mask 😀 But if you have a Daiso near you, but it from there as it is only $1.50

    Sheet Mask Warmer // product here
  • So someone shared this the other day on Reddit and I had to buy it. It is a warmer for your sheet masks. A lot of people love the chilly coolness of sheet masks, but I really don’t like the cold feeling. I like warm cups of tea and heated neck warmers and those sort of things so cold stuff on my face just kinda jolts me a bit in an unpleasant way. I notice if I take a hot shower prior to starting my routine I don’t mind the chill of a sheet mask, but on most nights when I’m just going straight into my routine without showering, I really can’t stand the chill. Especially since winter is coming. So I bought this product. If you love the chill, disregard this product suggestion.

    Compressed Sheet Masks // product here
  • If you ever have a sheet mask that you really like and it comes with tons of extra essence, you could throw one of these compressed sheet masks into the package with the extra essence and ziploc it up and use it the next day as well. Just don’t keep it for more than a day or two. Alternatively, if you have any favourite essences or toners in a bottle, you could make a diy Sheet Mask with your bottled products with these compressed masks. Again, if you have a Daiso near you, purchase them from there as you get a bunch for only $1.50.

    Edit: typos
u/Dulce59 · 3 pointsr/gaming

Amazon - eBay

If you can go to an actual Daiso store they're lots cheaper, though.

u/yehudith · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Daiso Japan Reusable Silicon Mask Cover for Sheet Prevent Evaporation, Colors May Vary

This is the mask I use.

u/iamjudiff · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I always use a silicon mask cover over my sheet masks:

I absolutely love it as it helps with:

  • keeping the mask on my face - don’t have to lie down on the couch doing nothing for half an hour
  • locks the moisture of the mask serum in! Using a silicon mask can extend the time you use a sheet mask as the air isn’t sucking out all the moisture. I typically use masks for 30 minutes and when I take them off, most of them are still drenched in serum.
u/melon_poof · 3 pointsr/funny

Amazon, Jolse

Jolse's in Korea though, shipping might take longer although the products are generally cheaper for not people not based in the US (a lot of kbeauty stores in Australia mark up the prices so much T_T). Oh and I recommend putting it on before she goes shower, washing it off is mess if she does it at the sink.

u/Richardcatt · 3 pointsr/OkCupid

digging the mask game. I used this for a while and I loved the boho-ogre look after it settles.

u/SavingEngine · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

I used it once and am afraid to try it again. I had the reddest, sorest donut around my mouth. It was awful and took days to subside. The irritation was a 10/10.

u/seriosbrad · 3 pointsr/Android

I just ordered this kit for cheap (in Canada). Partly because I started playing Pokemon GO to see how a new battery works out, but mostly because my original battery is old and shutting the phone down at 10-30%.

u/RoflChief · 3 pointsr/galaxynote4

I just checked Amazon and there in stock for the 2 pack.

Here is the link for the Anker Batteries

Hopefully they restock soon. :(

u/TSnowCrash · 3 pointsr/galaxynote4

Anker 2 x 3220mAh Replacement Li-ion Batteries for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with Anker Travel Charger

u/alxkwl · 3 pointsr/galaxynote4

Get the anker 2 pack with the charger, works out only $6 more than a single one at $28

u/OhHeyLookButterflies · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I am now addicted to this stuff. Bonus? It smells divine!

u/BOOBSsalot · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Freeset Donkey Milk Mask

Oh my lord, I love this mask so much!

u/Nekkosan · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Problem with giving skincare to a skin care freak is they tend to picky. People give me skin care knowing I am dry and obsessed. Can be hit or miss.

What about makeup?? Peripera Lumi Lip tints are last and are not to drying. Etude jelly lips are sort of fun to try. I love Clio waterproof eye brush liner or sharp and simple pen liner. Etude has some cute makeup (not the bb creams).

If she has bangs or hair in her face I like these velcro bang fringe things to get my hair out of my face when masking. . They aren't as cute as the cat ear head band,. Nice when you are just washing your face..

DIY masks sheets are fun.®-Fleece-Compressed-Facial/dp/B00YD8IGIS/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1469549780&sr=8-1&keywords=DIY+sheet+mask

Wash off masks are least fun to try and fairly safe as they don't stay on that long. . Skinfood has some (strawbery and black sugar). Daitoki rice one is similar. Mizon Peeling Gel. Innisfree Jeju Clay Mask (orginal) are probably safe for most skin types.

Sulwhasoo Travel kits are fun. They are a luxury brand. Fun to try. But if she has allergies to scent it is out.

u/screambledeggs · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Kind of the wrong subreddit to post this, would be better suited for /r/asianbeauty or /r/koreanbeauty.

I use the Hada Labo Hyaluronic Lotion (or any moisturizing toner) with peelable cotton puffs or a compressed facial sheet.

u/keraut · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hey, I’m a guy with “good skin”. What honestly surprised me was the quality of my skin after using sunscreen regularly — I didn’t realize how much sun affected things. I know you say you have normal skin, but some of the below should hopefully help getting started on a basic routine that’ll become evident in the quality of your complexion.

Pick up a gently cleanser like Cerave Hydrating cleanser or Vanicreams cleanser.

Wash the face morning and night. It’s helpful to use a little bit of moisturizer since sunscreens are kind of hit and miss in this regard, so I’d suggest Cerave cream in the white tub to apply to your damp face as needed.

Afterwards, ideally, slather on a bit of sunscreen on your face, neck, ears, and other sun exposed places. My personal favorite currently is the Jack Black sun guard since it’s not greasy and I use it on my arms and hands too, Otherwise, pick up Cerave’s AM moisturizer. It’s my favorite drug store type sunscreen. A nicer one too are the EltaMD sunscreens.

If your face is shiny after some of thing I’d suggest picking up something like Magical Moringa from Lush that’s mattefying. A shine control powder to dab lightly on can work good too — doesn’t look like you have anything on while still taking care of your skin.

At night I really see a difference in the brightness and luminosity with my skin with this “overnight mask”.

COSRX Ultimate Nourishing Rice Overnight Spa Mask, 60ml

That’s basically my suggestions at least. At night just use moisturizer and the mask after washing.

As far as the back acne, in the shower let some salicylic acid sit on the area for a minute or two and rinse it off. I use Zapzyt. The other thing I would recommend after the shower is to apply some Differin to the affected area — Differin used to be what a dermatologist prescribed me years ago and it now available over the counter fortunately. Should be cleared up in no time.

u/clegh20 · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

The set that I find on amazon are typically $1 per mask.

~$19/32 masks (0.60 each)
Dermal Korea Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheets (2Pack COMBO (32 Color Pack), One Color)

~$15/26 masks (0.57 each)
Dermal Korea Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet 26 Yellow & Red Combo Pack - Skin Nourishing, Elasticity

~$13/24 masks (0.54 each)
[24 value pack] Dermal Korea has Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet

~$15/15 (tried the old packaging)
Etude House 0.2mm Therapy Air Mask X 15pcs ( Differen Kinds )

I've tried the Tonymoly pureness 100 sheet mask and liked them but can't find them anymore. The Tonymoly I'm real masks don't hydrate my skin well and they are expensive too. The Hey! Pink go girl lace sheet masks are nice because they hook on the ears and don't slide off lol but they're $17+ for 8 masks. They were my Halloween costume.

u/MissesDreadful · 3 pointsr/freebies

I got a 24 pack of Korean collagen face masks on Amazon. Very similar to the Garnier mask, makes my skin feel soft and smooth, and it was less than $14. I highly recommend them as a good priced substitute. The royal jelly one sounds weird, but it is my absolute favorite. Smells like honey. Oh and the wine was... odd. I didn't see the scent when I opened it, and I thought I had drank too much the night before and was sweating alcohol or something, it was very disconcerting until I read the package.

u/MilkinPop · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I totally recommend the DERMAL 24 Combo Pack Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet. It’s absolutely amazing and so, so, so cheap. It’s great for sensitive skin and has collagen, which is something so important for our skin to make it bouncy and help fight against wrinkles, plus it’s super moisturizing!

Also it’s only $16 bucks for an entire 24 face sheet mask pack on amazon!:

I also recommend trying the one week, sheet mask challenge. Wearing one sheet mask daily. I’ve actually did a one month sheet mask challenge and my skin could never look better. I loved it lmao.

u/limbicLexit9 · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

The same one I bought is now about $15, which is still awesome for the amount you’re getting

u/flvampy · 3 pointsr/poshmark

Wonderful ideas! I got two of those masks and was like um, no ... offered the "wine" one to my sister who said yes please - they are the bomb!!!

So I tried the other one and I was pleasantly surprised at how neat they are. I'm all into natural stuff on my skin - it's your largest organ - so I investigated them and they're ok. The "flavors" don't offer any especial benefit, but they are fun. Here's what I ordered and the best price I found (.46 each, order 2 and get free ship):

u/funfetticake · 2 pointsr/blogsnark

I’ve been reading through this thread with interest!

I have combo skin, with an oily forehead and nose, but dry skin everywhere else (including around my nostrils). I have a bit of redness especially around my nose and chin. I also have weird dry patches on both sides of my chin that, if I slack off on skincare, sometimes have reddish bumps (they don’t appear to be pimples, just inflamed slightly raised areas).

My routine is -

  • either water only or this cleanser

    -Biore Aqua Rich Water Essence Sunscreen


  • if I have time, a mask of some sort. I alternate between Queen Helene mint or this blackhead mask on my t-zone, or I recently started using the Ren Evercalm mask for my whole face

  • then I use this AHA

  • then I moisturize, either with Neutrogena or Paula’s Choice hydrating mask

    My goals are to even out my redness, eliminate flaking and dryness around my nose and chin, and slow down my t-zone oil production. After reading this thread I’m planning on trying niacinamide, azelaic acid, and jojoba oil.
u/eternalistorm · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

I use Shiseido's Perfect Whip foaming cleanser (it's like slapping marshmallow whip on your face, the foam is so thick) and I use Queen Helene's Mint Julep Mask.

u/chalkpeople · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

They have them on! :)
It's a great mask.

u/totally_jellicious · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I like a lighter moisturizer in the morning and I'll use Thayer's Witch Hazel Toner after I splash my face with water.

You might want to pick up Aztec Healing Clay. Maybe stop by Sally's Beauty Supply for Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque.

I've got dehydrated oily skin prone to acne, FYI.

u/CyanAlpaca · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

New Purchase - Queen Helene's Mint Julep Masque. Amazon

Did a bang up job on my face after the first use. I can tell the difference with a lot of my current blemishes and those what could have sprung up. My PIH also reduced! I'm a Black lady and my skin was always prone to scar, bruise and leave a mark after many outbreaks over the years, leaving a LOT of damage to the left side of my face and along my jaw line on the right side. After two uses I noticed that the mark are lightening up, my current blemishes don't survive long, and reduces a lot of the redness and inflammation of the most bothersome pimples on my face. It does a fabulous job leaving my skin nice and soft and after a good moisturizing with a few drops of coconut oil, feels oh so soft.

u/murphy_rants · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

This mask has bergamot and orange oils in it which I would not recommend putting on your face since these oils are photo toxic and can be irritating. Most mask users here use the Aztec Healing Clay mixed with Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar. I think Queen Helene's Mint Julep Mask is still a perennial favorite as well.

u/trek_junkie · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction
u/Joey_x_G · 2 pointsr/tressless

I use a vitamin c moisturiser mornings and nights, i also use a face mask 3x a week.

this is the moisturiser

Face mask i use

u/greatunclejerebear · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Cheapest including shipping

And something I want

Thanks for the contest! :)

u/uzuhl · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Really? It wasn't that hard.

Part list permalink / Part price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz Quad-Core Processor | $219.99 @ Newegg
Motherboard | ASRock P67 PRO3 SE ATX LGA1155 Motherboard | $107.55 @ Newegg
Memory | Patriot Gamer 2 Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory | $39.99 @ Newegg
Hard Drive | Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $59.37 @ Amazon
Video Card | EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1GB Video Card | $214.99 @ Newegg
Case | Cooler Master HAF 912 ATX Mid Tower Case | $57.98 @ Newegg
Power Supply | Corsair 600W ATX12V Power Supply | $51.98 @ Newegg
Monitor | Samsung S23A350H 23.0" Monitor | $219.99 @ Newegg
|| Total
| (Prices include shipping and discounts when available.) | $971.84



Total cost: ~$1075

u/zushiba · 2 pointsr/buildapc


  • Logitech G500 Programmable Gaming Mouse $57.39, probably the best bet for reliability and gaming functionality. I have 2 of these on different computers.

  • Logitech Corded Mouse (M500)$28.79

    I can't personally recommend any Razer mice though I'm using a Razer Tron mouse at the moment. Every Razer mouse I've had, has had issues with the left mouse button randomly double clicking.

    Keyboards, you can get away with a lot in the keyboard department as they all do pretty much the same thing. Here's a couple of options.

  • Logitech Keyboard K120 $11.97 It's just a standard keyboard, no bells no whistles. Not designed for gaming but will work fine for any game.
  • Microsoft SideWinder X4 Keyboard $47.70, Microsoft has been known to make the odd good keyboard here and there. This is so far as I know, one of them.
  • Logitech Gaming Keyboard G105 Call of Duty: MW3 Edition $64.99, Entry level gaming keyboard with programmable keys. If you can get past the Call of Duty branding on this device it'd probably be a pretty good keyboard for you and the programmable keys would work with any game.
  • Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 $69.99, For $5 more you can get a game agnostic gaming keyboard with 12 programmable keys.
  • Logitech Gaming Keyboard G510 $99.67, Now you enter the realm of on keyboard displayed, these work pretty good for a lot of games. A friend of mine has one of these and it's served him very well. I've never seen the point of an on keyboard display as I've never used the one I've got for anything.

    EDIT: I accidentally the whole description of a product.
u/Jakexx360 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

I actually am building almost exactly the same computer. A couple of suggested changes:

  • I'd change to the MSI graphics card. It has better cooling and is a bit cheaper, as well.
  • I couldn't recommend a monitor more highly than this one for the price. It'll cut about $120 from your budget which could be put to better use, such as a set of 16GB RAM.
  • I'm not liking that keyboard for the price, personally. With this one on the market for half the price (as well as being backlit and mechanical), I wouldn't want to spend that $130 myself.

    Other than that, I like the looks of it. My build is here, and you can kind of see the differences between our builds. I paid premium on the keyboard myself, but it was for a few other reasons.
u/OrgasmicJohn · 2 pointsr/buildapc
u/M1ndl355 · 2 pointsr/hardware

Heh I'm still using my saitek eclipse 1. I had purchased a Razer Tarantula a while back, but the D key stopped working. o.O But, I was looking into the Microsoft Sidewinder x4.

u/gnopgnip · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Most schools have access to dreamspark, you can get windows 7 at a discount. The microsoft sidewinder x4 is a very good gaming keyboard. It has extra macro buttons along with media keys.

u/sushiman42 · 2 pointsr/keyboards

Oh sorry, didn't see that. How about the Microsoft Sidewinder X4.

u/trompiston · 2 pointsr/keyboards

I found a similar keyboard on Amazon made by HP and I used that to base measurements off of. I do not know what you use your computer for but unfortunately most backlit keyboards are geared to gamers. I've never used any of these keyboards but they are from respected manufactures. If I were you I'd read through a couple reviews on each to get a better understanding of what to expect from the keyboard.

Cooler Master Storm Devastator w/ mouse $29.99

This one is .2" longer, .4" narrower, .4" taller than your current keyboard

Corsair Raptor k30 $39.99

This one is .9" longer, .9" wider, .4" taller.

If you were to up your budget $10.

SteelSeries Apex Raw $49.99

2.97" longer, 2.5" wider, 1.05" taller.

I have used this one and I can say that I didn't care for the keys but I do use a mechanical board so take that with a grain of salt.

If you were to up your budget $25-30. (At this point it might be better to start looking at low end mechanicals.)

Corsair Raptor k40 $59.99

1.8" longer, 2.5" wider, .8" taller

Logitech Illuminated Ultrathin $59.99

I don't think the dimensions for this one are right because Amazon says it's 3 inches tall but it's sold as an ultrathin keyboard?

Microsoft SideWinder x4 $68.80

2.1" longer, 2.4" wider, 1.4" taller

u/madigoat · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Clay Mask, 1.6 Ounce This one?

u/scorpiohkg · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Honestly charcoal masks have been a lifesaver for me. I'm pregnant and get crazy hormonal acne and just icky skin in general when pregnant, and our derm recommended an expensive european charcoal mask. I wound up buying the innisfree one and it's amazing with a good price point?

u/gimmecoffeee · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

My favorite mask is by this Korean brand called Innisfree. Jeju Volcanic Pore Clay Mask. It's good to clear up some gunk in your pores. More for oily, combination skin.

u/kittybytes · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

This one? I know, the leaves really bug me in the youth one too! I haven't tried the super clearing one yet. I got a sample of the thirsty one but I haven't it either.

u/Saorigameover · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

It's from Amazon. I love it!

u/-JeniGoat- · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Not at all. I actually use their Hylamide line though. They suggested the NIOD line because they said the technology used to create it is far better than the other two lines, but I was just getting back into caring for my skin after years of neglect and wasn't ready to spend so much right away and I can easily find the line at many online retailers. The routine I have has made my skin very clear and even. I'm only getting hormonal breakouts once a month or if I use a makeup product that doesn't agree with me. My skin looks better than it has in a very long time.

Morning and Night Routine:

CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser

Hylamide Sub Q Anti-Age Advanced Serum

Hylamide Sub Q Eyes

CeraVe Moisturizing Facial Lotion PM

Clearasil Daily Clear Vanishing Acne Treatment Cream (Thin layer all over face, extra on active breakouts)


Thayer's Alcohol Free Rose Petal Witch Hazel w/ Aloe Vera (I use this after the CeraVe Foaming Face Wash if I have it)

Hylamide Booster Low-Moleculure HA (I use this after the Sub Q Eyes if I have it)

I use various sheet masks once a week or so. I kind of hate the way they feel, so I don't do it that often. They do leave my skin looking great though. I bought these ones because they are affordable and I hadn't tried sheet masking regularly before, so I wanted a variety.

u/RavenousVageen · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

I just ordered these on amazon, they haven't arrived yet but you get 16 different masks for $9 and they have alright reviews, I'm excited to try

u/mizliu · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Since you live in the US, you can probably find the Hada Labo Tokyo line online in Walgreen's, Target, or eBay - it's just the US packaging of the Japanese brand, Hada Labo, and I see a lot of comments that recommend you getting their cleanser :) For Hada Labo Tokyo, it's called their Hydrating Facial Cleanser, and yeah, it's probably the best foaming cleanser I've tried that's also low pH and super affordable (I think it's like a little less than $7 on eBay, sold by Target). I'd also highly recommend getting a thin, hydrating layer before you seal it in with a moisturizer, a lot of people like the Hada Labo Gokujyun Lotion (US equivalent appears to be the Hada Labo Tokyo Replenishing Hydrator) or the Kikumasamune Sake Skin Lotion High Moisture. As for sheet masks, there's this listing on Amazon!

u/robg2323 · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

DERMAL 16 Combo Pack A Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet - The Ultimate Supreme Collection for Every Skin Condition Day to Day Skin Concerns. Nature Made Freshly Packed Korean Face Mask

Loved these

u/ignoretheyam · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Dermal Korea Collagen Essence sheet masks from Amazon. You get 16 masks for 11 dollars and they are just lovely. Some of the masks have brightening properties as well. They are an HG item for me. I have three friends hooked on them. They smell very nice (mild fragrance), there are multiple "flavors" in the pack, and are lots of fun to use. They're also non-comedogenic and very moisturizing. I've noticed great results with them.

u/ecologista · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Does she use any skincare (not makeup, but lotions, etc) currently? Ideally we suggest things based on a person's skintype, current products, etc.

A good bet would be some sheet masks - a paper mask with a serum on it you use for 20-30 minutes - they come in a variety of flavors and are one-time use. Unfortunately, you're cutting it close and most of whats available in a timely matter from amazon will be Korean/Taiwanese (if she's picky about japanese stuff).

Some amazon options are:

u/mustbebetween20and30 · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

are these sheet mask any good? they are only $8.99 for 16 of them

u/bee_antlers · 2 pointsr/CompulsiveSkinPicking

My recommendation for soothing, moisturizing face masks are these Dermal Collagen Essence Sheet Masks. They can’t be worn all night but are super soothing for freshly picked skin, and have great ingredients. Plus, it’s 16 sheet masks for 10 bucks! Can’t go wrong there. I have dry, sensitive, acne-prone skin, and I absolutely love these.

Alternatively, for overnight and long term masks I would recommend Vaseline. It makes your face slippery so you can’t pick, and also keeps your skin moist and creates the perfect environment for healing. On r/skincareaddiction they call this the “slug life” or “slugging it.”

Both of these options are non-comedogenic and inexpensive! Best of luck.

u/Annjenette · 2 pointsr/starterpacks

Sure! Skinfood Black Sugar Strawberry Wash Off Mask EDIT: changed amazon link to one without a horrendously misleading price lol

u/That_Cupcake · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Skin Type: Combo, NW15 (Ginger with freckles)

Colorado, US / Climate Type: Steppe (semi-arid)

Top Skin Concern: Dullness/aging/tired looking skin

Current Routine/Products I'm Using:


u/GetIn_GetOff_GetOut · 2 pointsr/trees

It’s a leave on for a bit sugar scrub! Guys have thicker skin that can take more abrasive treatments so this sugar scrub with granules that break down as you rub and apply water are perfect! Skin feels so smooth and this stuff smells so good you’ll want to eat it with a spoon! (Don’t) you can actually see the strawberry seeds still in it and the price is reasonable because it is a lot of product!

u/patpatamoncheeks · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Since you've sheet masked before have you heard of the Daiso Silicone mask? It's popular to keep masks wet longer and should work at keeping the Vaseline on, though since it's silicone I don't know if lack of skin breathing would be a problem. The link for Amazon is more than it costs in store, so I'd check to see of a Daiso store is near because they'll be $1.50. Depending on how it fits you it may feel a little tight with the ear loops but can be remedied (from what I've read) by just tying hair ties or elastics to make it stretch further from your ears.

u/milklizard01 · 2 pointsr/OkCupid

Yesss I promise you'll love it. If you wanna get really wild, you can get a silicone mask cover and leave it on forever.

u/blackandblue008 · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

It’s reusable, I just got it off amazon -

Daiso Japan Reusable Silicon Mask Cover for Sheet Prevent Evaporation, Colors May Vary

You will look hilarious / terrifying, but it works pretty well.

u/bridgiotto · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Favorites are definitely the Leaders masks, particularly the AC-Dressing and the Tea Tree because I feel like they help calm my acne-prone skin. The Daiso mask is literally a silicone mask that you put over your sheet mask to prevent evaporation. It keeps in moisture so that your mask stays moist longer and it hooks behind your eye so you don't have to lie down while masking. It's great; I can watch my shows and mask without having it fall off or dry out. Look it up in the search bar--it's pretty popular :)

u/BONG_OF_JUSTICE · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I do the same as /u/runningaroundvan and just wear my glasses over my sheet masks without a problem. however, if the shape of your glasses is such that you're getting mask essence on the frames/lenses and that bothers you, you might like one of the dasio silicone masks that you can wear over your sheet mask - it keeps the mask in place and keeps all the liquid under the silicone! as an added bonus, it keeps your sheet mask from drying out as quickly.

u/maliceinwonderland_ · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

You can always use the silicone mask cover while you have a sheet mask on to prevent it from moving or slipping :)

I got mine from Daiso and I'm constantly not adjusting my mask with it on, like making sure it doesn't slip or smoothing out parts that are 'lifting up'.

u/jennicheung · 2 pointsr/CompulsiveSkinPicking

Most face masks dry pretty quick, and once they're dry, supposedly it actually has negative effects.

Whenever I use sheet masks, I use one of these:

if you live near a Daiso store, it's only $1.50 there. Or you can ebay

It keeps the mask on your face so you can do chores around the house without it falling off, and the mask stays moist for SO long.

u/shonamairead · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hi sorry I posted this right before I went to bed! I got this one from amazon, it’s a little tight on my ears but you get used to it.

u/pb_fuel · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I use this one I got from Amazon. I found that when I don't put the ear strap around my entire ear it doesn't hurt.

u/deco95 · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I think you'll enjoy the Elizavecca bubble mask! It's supposed to puff up and get super bubbly which makes it fun, but I think a lot of people actually like it because it works well too. They also have a gold mask that looks like it would be fun for a girls night!

I'm currently using this Freeman mask and it's not as fun and exciting as the other two lol but it works well for acne prone skin, it's cheap, and it feels nice on my skin. I would probably check out some of the other Freeman masks too, they have a lot of different types.

u/capslion · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I grabbed a bunch of things off my various wishlists that were added for being neat and/or kinda weird. Some are silly things to just look at, and others are things I might actually get one day.

Coolest decoration: Senior Woman with Asthma Inhaler Peel and Stick Wall Decal

Coolest Clothing: Surrender Sweater

Coolest Skincare Item: Milky Piggy Bubble Mask or Twoosong Proplis Sparkeling Ampoule

Coolest Board Game: Betrayal at House on the Hill (it's $30.30, sue me)

Coolest Pet Toy: Cat DJ Deck

Coolest Book: The Morbid Anatomy Anthology

Coolest Shoes: Floral Pumps ($30 after shipping oops)

Coolest Food: Gjetost Goat Cheese

u/theBergmeister · 2 pointsr/funny
u/yashiyaa · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Skin Type: Combination |
Country/Climate I'm in: Canada, winter (close to -30 celsius this week) |
Top Skin Concern: sun protection (but don't want vitamin D deficiency!)


Current Routine/Products I'm Using:

Cerave Hydrating Cleanser
Cetaphil Daily Moisturizer SPF


Cerave Hydrating Cleanser
Noxzema Anti-Blemish Pads
Cerave PM Moisturizer


I discovered this subreddit last week and bought my first sheet masks! Tony Moly's Rice mask is amazing. I'm looking into getting AB cleansers and sunscreen, and I've compiled a list of stuff to get from amazon. I am super confused about the sunscreen though. I don't want to dry out my skin with too much alcohol. I also need proper sun protection because I'll be going outside quite a bit, and the snow reflects UV rays. Windburn is also a problem. Also is there anywhere I can buy bulk sheet masks?¸


How's this for my first Amazon haul (I haven't bought anything yet, any advice is welcome):


TONYMOLY I'm Real Mask Sheet Pack of 11
KOSE COSMEPORT softymo Speedy Cleansing Oil 230ml
Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask


Which sunscreen should I get?? I want something that looks good and isn't too drying. Good smell would be nice as well:


Tonymoly Magic Food Mango Mild Sunblock 45g


Biore KAO JAPAN AQUA RICH Sarasara SPF50+ PA++++ NEW 2015 50g Sunscreen


Japanese Skincare Mommy UV mild Gel N 100g AF27



u/stefaniied · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddicts

This mask!!! I tried it once and my skin looks so nice! It's from Korea but it's worth the wait + it's fun to do haha (not me)

u/Dpecs92 · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Yupp definitely is! That's the larger 2 lb container but there's a 1lb as well like in the OP pic.

u/ElfinPrincessMarlene · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Aztec Secrets: Indian Healing Bentonite Clay, 2 lbs! Sorry I'm on my phone! I would really like this culturally insensitive product. The name makes me cringe and laugh since I'm Mexican and my Grandparents were Natives that spoke dialect. I just want clay to make face masks with my mom and with my friends for girls night. Oh god I can't believe it's called Indian healing clay. I want to start the year loving my skin and helping my mom love her skin again! She hasn't been taking good care of her skin and it makes her feel unattractive but I think a good clay mask would help her get soft skin again. We always put on face masks together or she laughs at me when I wear face masks. It would help us get the skin we want and bond more :)

u/aggie889 · 2 pointsr/acne

I didn't do anything else besides use this mask.

I had to buy all the products separately, which I did off of amazon.

Bentonite clay: Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay, 2 Pound

Activated charcoal: Activated Charcoal Powder - Food Grade (1.2 oz glass jar)

Apple cider vinegar & honey: buy it from your local grocery store. Though just get organic. A lot of people recommend the Bragg's brand in particular.

You don't have to buy those particular brands, but those are the ones I use and I loved the reviews/prices on them.

u/jobwilson82 · 2 pointsr/galaxynote4

Anker 2 x 3220mAh Replacement Li-ion Batteries for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with Anker Travel Charger

u/goin_nil · 2 pointsr/GearVR

Another big tip, get these spare batteries.

Having two fully charged batteries ready to swap out in 30 seconds to go from 10% battery to 100% is a huge help to using VR and just in general. I've used the Anker batteries for a year now. They are great.

A word of caution, the wall charger has foldable wall prongs that go into the outlet, try not to move these much. Mine lasted for about 6 months then one of them "broke" - it can get stuck when folding them. So I leave the prongs out, even in the carrying case. It still functions just fine.

I'm amazed at all that I can carry inside the original Innovator Edition carrying case:

  • the Gear VR

  • Moga pro power controller

  • two spare batteries

  • spare battery wall charger

  • microfiber cloth

  • mini USB fan to plug into my charger to help keep the Gear VR cool (major geek points here)

  • the Gear VR plastic front cover

  • and a couple other small flat things

  • strip of painters tape to hold my battery in while the phone's back cover is off (helps with overheating)
u/TheChaosCamp · 2 pointsr/galaxynote4

Here is the link to the Amazon page in the US

u/spyderpc · 2 pointsr/galaxynote4

Link for those interested.

[NFC/Google Wallet Capable] Anker® 2 x 3220mAh Li-ion Batteries for...

u/dsac · 2 pointsr/Android

don't listen to the people who've replied already.

get this.

2 batteries, plus a charger. you'll never have to plug your phone in again.

bought this for my note 4 when i started having the same issue as you, and it was a godsend.

i actually got 2 of them - the first one had a defective battery (only charged TO 80%), and Anker sent me a whole new set, no charge. So now i have 3 excellent batteries, 1 decent one, and one shitty one (stock).

u/Hillside_Strangler · 2 pointsr/Android

I just got the 3220mAh twin pack yesterday.

My Note 4 is big enough, can't imagine it any thicker?

u/readit_getit · 2 pointsr/galaxynote4

Judging from all the recent posts on this topic, and my own experience, the battery has ran its course after a year+ use. Most people here have bought Anker batteries. So far I love them too. You can buy a set of two batteries along with a charger for 25 dollars or you can buy a single batter for 14 (I think). I bought two sets for two phones.

Ps I hope the Note 5's battery doesn't suffer from the same issue. I'd hate to see r/galaxynote5 next November.

u/queenpeartato · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

CosRX Snail Mucin is super affordable, and you can use the cream version as a sleeping pack! As for sheet masks, you could try Tosowoong's masks or the Benton Snail Bee ones.

u/IvyMonster · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I really like the Tosowoong pure snail mask. It smells great and has a lot of essence per mask and just feels great on the skin. It's not eligible for Amazon prime but it is sold at $22 for a pack of 10. If you're in the US, you can buy them on memebox for $2 a mask.

I also like Tony Moly hydrogel mask which is available on prime for $17 for a pack of 5. Not the best price, but I do like them. I think I like this as much as I do only because I like how hydrogel masks feel on my face.

Another one I like is the Benton snail bee high content sheet mask that is available for Amazon prime at $15 for a pack of 10. I like this mask and do one a week but the eye holes are kind of odd and it's not as saturated with essence as I'd like it to be.

u/scumteam14 · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hi there!

I just wanted to let you know that Automod has removed your comment because it contains an Amazon referral link, which we don't allow in the sub.

Could you please edit the URL so that everything from (and including) "tag=" is removed? Heree's the tag-free link for an easy copy & paste:

If you've done that, please reply to this message so I can approve your comment. Thank you!

u/pointless_panda · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask is amazing for overnight lip treatment! So is Aritaum Ginger Sugar Lip Mask

u/elkerabi · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

> Laneige lip sleeping mask

Ha whoops, nevermind, found the lip one!

u/jellytin8 · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Thanks for recommending this! I'll probably give it a try fairly soon (still adding in new products).

For those interested, they're a bit cheaper right now through this seller (who has good reviews).

u/Ahriin · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I think most sheet masks are gimmicky because alot of them contain a large amount of alcohol and fillers such as acrylic acid and fragrance( I'm not completely against fragrance and fillers but it shouldn't be in higher quantities then the beneficial skincare ingredients) , I typically make my own by buying plain sheet masks in bulk for example these :
Then putting them into a Ziploc bag with a large amount of a low viscoity product like the Hada labo lotion or scinic ampoules. Then I just leave them in the fridge for whenever I want to use it. Typically to make a batch of 100 costs 35 dollars which makes it 35 cents per use

u/RogueByPoorChoices · 2 pointsr/PSVR

Remove the rubber light shield. Makes it so much nicer to play all the sweaty games.

Black out the windows and make sure there is no light source behind or to the side of you ( it reflects on the lenses)

Since you should always be looking straight at the lenses after a few minutes you forget about the fact you don’t have lenses.

Also not having rubber touching your face makes it much more comfortable for long sessions.

I never put the rubber on anymore even fr ds4 games. Makes it so much easier to look around the room and drink / smoke a joint / eat etc

Alternatively you can get this :

I hope that psvr 2 will sort this issue ... the drowning in your sweat is the biggest issue in 1st gen in my opinion ... at least psvr it’s easy to sort it.

u/UFONomura808 · 2 pointsr/PSVR

They sell I think face masks that's suppose to soak up the sweat. Idk if its good tho, check it out for yourself.

u/Wilde_Won · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

r/skincareaddiction is great for skincare recs! Personally, I think Tony Moly masks are amazing, but I also really like these.

u/jameane · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Yes! Here are my current faves:

Corsx Low BHA Mask

Klairs Vitamin E Mask

Glow Recipe Watermelon mask (when paired with something more moisturizing, I am super dry)

Corsx Overnight Nourishing Mask

Origins Hello Calm Mask

I like to have a few options based on what my skin seems to need. I also use a regular night cream if I am not masking. But I typically mask 4x a week.


u/that_girl_lauren · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I've got the Ibuki Refining Moisturizer from Shiseido, and I quite like it (although the scent took some getting used to, its floral. Now I actually like it).

A combo I'm really enjoying is a thin layer of Ibuki cream with a thin layer of CosRX rice mask on top. I wake up glowing with even skin tone :).

u/Snowflake5297 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


This is the closest to $13.13!

Also I am singing this song.

Last night I had a dream that I was involved in a car accident and Lin-Manuel Miranda thought it was my fault O_O

u/mamaclouds · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

It's no problem! I use dermal sheet masks, I believe they're a Korean brand. I linked to a US amazon link just so you can see what it looks like. I feel like you'd be able to find them still, plus they are really cheap.

Also, in case you want to check out the 'toner' I use this is it. It's marketed as a toner but I honestly feel like it moisturizing enough to use without another moisturizer on top unless you're very dehydrated (which is why i like the squalane on top at night).

u/nocontroll · 2 pointsr/gifs

I've used these most often:

They have some weird ones. like "Vegetable placenta" and "Snail"

u/TrevTrev4Ev · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Isntree Hylauronic Acid Toner is amazingly hydrating and contains HA as the first ingredient (I believe it's 50% HA!), along with lots of other gentle and natural extracts.

u/Melbatoast777 · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Also I should say that I thought phenyoxyethanol was the issue so I got this toner which has none but is 50% HA and the problem got so much worse so I def knew it was the HA. If your willing to, it could be a good test to determine if it is the HA or not cuz it seemed like an amazing toner for those who can tolerate HA. It was super discouraging tho cuz I was so broke and spent my last money on it that’s why I could only use squalane. But I returned it so I could try some other products. Face stuff is so frustrating when it’s not working (and funds are limited)!

u/pinemeipple · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I actually bought the Isntree toner in Seoul at Olive Young while I was visiting! I’ve also seen it being sold on amazon.

Thanks for the review! I’m fine with fragranced products, but the lack of moisture might be a problem for my dry/dehydrated skin. I’ll contemplate on it some more haha :)

u/katelikesgiants · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Just get it on Amazon. Shipping would be cheaper than driving around trying to find it.

u/TTwigo · 1 pointr/NordicSkinCare

you can get it from otherwise, shipping might be more than the price of the mask, but if you combine it with something else, it shouldn't be too bad.

u/HauntingPineapple · 1 pointr/ftm

Also witch hazel(alcohol free might be best for you op) has helped me with some acne and oily skin. I apply it at night and in the morning with a piece of toilet paper, or cotton round. Dries almost right away. Also Mint Julep Mask, use it once a week. Has helped me with acne in the past as well. Reduces redness and whatnot as well

u/smitha12345 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Honestly, IMO glam glow is too expensive for what you get and has too much potential for irritation.

I like the Paula's Choice masks:

This mask is recommended often around here, though if you can afford them I think the PC masks are better (NOTE: it hasn't always been an add on I don't know whats going on there):

You can also go to /r/asianbeauty and ask them for some mask recommendations :). There are MANY different types of sheet masks that you could look into. I recently bought this one because it's very hydrating and is available at Ulta:

Also, you can use masks as many times a week as you like. Just listen to your skin and see how it is responding. Though 1-2 times a week is a good start :). Cheers!

u/pugsplz · 1 pointr/AskWomen

Maybe it's just because I grew up on it, but I'll always have a soft spot for Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque.

It's cheap, you can get it pretty much anywhere, and it genuinely makes my skin feel really nice and tight.

I also just tried one of these as a sample from Sephora and WOW my face was sooooooo soft and smooth after I took it off.

u/doingthedo · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Hope people see this, I need help...

u/MentalToast · 1 pointr/cigars

I was wondering if that was going to be noticeable. The keyboard is actually the Sidewinder x4 by Microsoft. I had the black widow, but it died :( , I don't play WoW anymore, I have just yet to get a free mouse pad that's larger than the Warcraft one.

u/SuccessInCircuit · 1 pointr/buildapc

If you want to overclock, you should spend a bit more money on the mobo and get the ASRock 970 Extreme3 instead. The Biostar mobo you have picked out has a particularly low end (2+1 split) VRM system, which can be dangerous for overclocking high TDP processors.

Are there specific reasons you want that keyboard and mouse? If not, you should also consider the Microsoft Sidewinder x4 and Logitech g400. They're the most popular choices for the $30-$50 price range.

You can save $17 with this PSU. At $53, you probably won't find a better deal.

>Wow I totally forgot to change the case, it's an Antec 300 case.

The HAF 912 is probably a better choice than the Antec 300 because the HAF 912 has much better cable management. The Antec 300 does look really nice, though.

u/nistco92 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Asus VH236H Monitor

Logitech G400 Mouse (this is the updated version of the MX518)

Logitech K200 Keyboard

(Alternate Keyboard: Sidewinder X4)

u/Halequin · 1 pointr/buildapc

The Sidewinder X4 is probably the cheapest mechanical keyboard out there.

u/ChopNess · 1 pointr/buildapc

My favorite keyboard, Sidewinder X4. Best keyboard I've ever used. It feels solid and I find the keys nice to type on.

u/CSFFlame · 1 pointr/pcgaming

No link shorteners and no referral links.

Do it like this:

u/vvarpidgeon · 1 pointr/letsplay

It's fairly pricey but I use a Microsoft Sidewinder and I love it. Keys are quiet. My microphone sits on a stand on my desk and picks up the thumping of my fingers on the keyboard but not the actual clicking of the keys themselves.

u/PhantomSkyz · 1 pointr/GlobalOffensive

By any chance is your username based off of this?

u/TheClonker · 1 pointr/techsupport

For a better gaming experience i would recommend you GameBooster.

About your laptop's shape it is always good to keep it as cool as possible, this can be achieved by cleaning the fan and the interior any now and then. You can do this by carefully vacum the bottom of the laptop and if you think you are up to it open it and clean it.

About the keyboard i dont know if it is too shiny or anything but what about this one ?

If i did not answer your question or you want to know anything else just reply :)

u/sheepcat87 · 1 pointr/pcgaming

I have the microsoft sidewinder x4

I love it, just wish it had some usb ports sometimes

u/gfeli123 · 1 pointr/hardware

Keys even have an LED for your nighttime habits. I know its 7 dollars over but it is worth it.

Edit: seems to be a prime eligible used keyboard with just packaging defects...may be worth a shot.

u/Crynix · 1 pointr/gaming

It may not live up to your expectations, but I am currently using the Microsoft Sidewinder X4, and I think it's great. They keys haven't worn out after 2,623,196 presses and that's only after 4 months or so.

u/Novelty_Frog · 1 pointr/SF4

If you plan on continuing playing fighters with a keyboard, you might as well get one that doesn't hinder or impede your play. Microsoft's Sidewinder X4 goes on sale on Newegg somewhat often at $40 w/ free shipping, and if you're serious about quality then step up to mechanical keyboards which often support NKRO. I just purchased a Ducky Zero with brown switches and it's fantastic, very glad I chose the keyboard rather than a fightstick.

u/Cillakha · 1 pointr/TwoXChromosomes

Might be a little late but I had really bad acne for a kid and still would as an adult if I didn’t adopt a strict skincare routine and diet (it’s not that bad). Drinking water and changing your pillowcases frequently (every week to two weeks) also will help especially if you start putting all this product on your face. see note at the end*

For some, cutting out either, some, or all of the following helps alleviate acne: Dairy, Oil, Sugar, Gluten. But since you said you had no changes in diet I won’t go into that. Sorry in advance for formatting errors as I did all of this from mobile. Some products have instruction in Korean but I will tell you how to use them. Everything is used everyday/every night unless specified.

  1. If I wear makeup, I use Jeju Deep Cleansing Balm. When used, it creates a layer of moisture but this can make rags feel congested, so I recommend wiping this with toss-able towels. It smells good and is good for getting the eyes especially. Just put a little on there towel/wipe and rub face until makeup is removed, then use another wipe to remove the excess balm.
  2. I use African Black Soap after removing heavy full face make-up. For light/no make-up/mornings I use Senka Perfect Whip Foaming Cleanser. It takes about a month to come through Amazon, but if your local Asian market has a skincare store and most do, it can usually be found there. Works best if you have some kind of Spin Brush for face or a Whip Maker. It doesn’t work as well as it does with either of these products using just hand or rag. You can also use cheesecloth (examples on YouTube).
  3. I use either of these masks if my skin feels dry or looks dull. Just rub on face and leave for 5-7 min then rinse off. This brand also has peeling masks as well that I use every other day in place of these. The peeling masks work similar to the nose strips people use to pull out nose blackheads and can be used to substitute them but can be used on whole face as well.
  4. With my face cleaned and moisture somewhat restored, I soft exfoliate (I use everyday. If I wear makeup I use it same night and if I plan to wear makeup the next day, skip morning and use at night again. To use - rub soft side on face first to spread, then rub gently with textured side. Otherwise I use in morning. I hard exfoliate with this. I don’t scrub harder it’s just a sugar kind of scrub so it has the potential to cause inflammation if you’re rubbing to hard. I use every other day, this also works great on body and legs when shaving.
  5. After exfoliating, I use Thayers Witch Hazel Toner. Remove with a cotton pad. I’ve found towelettes and pepper towels don’t work nearly as well as something cotton based. Toner helps to pull excess dirt from deep skin pores. On Sundays/Wednesday’s only I use Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Clay Mask. Instructions say specifically to use after Toner.
  6. Now that face is cleaned and restored, I use a squeeze Vitamin C serum only at night. I got this from my local Asian market but if you ask they’ll know what you are talking about. I dab it ONLY onto any dark spots/acne scars on my face. Vitamin C has lightening/brightening properties and using it on your whole face may lighten it. I let it sit for 5 minutes minimum to as long as I can before I need to sleep so it absorbs into my skin. I dab off any excess after with a paper towel.
  7. After that, I use The Ordinary’s Hyaluronic Acid. You can look up the full benefits but it can help with skin elasticity and smoothing wrinkles/scars from pimple popping. You can get this MUCH cheaper at Sephora - they’re $7 I believe and this company has a bunch of other serums I want to try. On Sundays and Wednesday’s, I use a Mask Sheet. Asian markets sell them but they usually sell them individual and I pay for the big back of 48 here. Helps restore tons of moisture in face and provide different benefits based on the mask you choose but most are the same. They also smell nice!
  8. One I use the mask and rub it in, I use a mixture of three oils: Kukui, Rosehip, TeaTree Oil. All of them can be found on amazon and have different benefits that tie together. I mix them into a tiny container and do very small dabs into my skin and rub it in. Kukui oil also works as a massage oil as it’s very light and great natural sunscreen (though if you plan to go to the beach wearing regular sunscreen and using the Kukui to seal it in is best).
  9. Finally, I finish with my Elizabeth Arden Moisture Cream. $55 seems expensive but a little goes a LONG way, I use about enough to cover the whole tip of my finger, a light dip like if you want to taste something for example. You don’t need a lot because at this point your face is already moisturized enough that it should just glide on.
  10. To finish, since I have hyperpigmentation and get dark spots at the slightest raise on my skin, I use Ambi Dark Spot Corrector. Can be found at target I think, my mom usually buys it. Put light amounts on affected areas and sleep.

    *Note: you may need to slowly introduce these products. Most of them are geared toward moisturizing and preventing aging as well. If you do anything, I’m at least recommend exfoliating often, changing pillow cases and properly moisturizing your skin using the sheet masks as well as possibly vitamin E serums. I plan on getting some but have no money rn, but Belei sent me free samples and I loved it. I think The Ordinary also carries some. Also, properly washing your face will probably help as well, and I’d recommend getting at least a spin brush. Over rubbing your face can be harmful to the skin and skin brushes usually clean well enough without harm.

    I hope this helps! This is my whole routine but if anything jumps out feel free to not look at everything! I’m of course not a dermatologist but this helped me and I now only get pimples usually if I eat excess of the previously mentioned triggers :) my skin is now brighter and dark spots clear up in about 2-3 months but are usually lighter after about two weeks.
u/scaryasabutt · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

A clay face mask might help! It won't add too much to your routine since you're only supposed to use them once or twice a week, but they can really help in pulling all of the gunk and bad stuff out of your skin which can help heal your acne.

I personally recommend the [Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Clay Mask] ( and the [Queen Helene Mint Julep Mask] ( is a good one as well.

And if you ever don't want to use it all over your face, you can use masks as a spot treatment!

u/appletoast · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Agh, it's $60 in Canada :(

u/LaraDark · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Also I got some essence masks, do these count?

u/AngelicBabyGirl · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/jiabi · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Hey everyone! I'm almost out of sheet masks and I don't get paid again til next Friday so I'm looking for a cheap option to get tonight just to hold me over until next payday haha. My skin is dry and I live in a very dry desert (temperatures are 100F/37C+ now) so I want masks that will be good for moisturizing. I've been using Skinfood's Beauty Berry recently and I love it, but I can't seem to find it on Amazon so I'm looking for other options. Out of these four, which do y'all recommend?: one two three four

u/TopMintea · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I honestly am a big believer in face masks. I was suffering from dry skin and acne after moving, and they've helped me a lot. They don't have to be expensive either. I got a pack of 16 for $11 from Amazon.

After cleansing, just put one on for 15-20 minutes before bed. The directions say to put on toner beforehand, but they're referring to Korean "toner," not cleansing toner, so you can skip that part if you don't have it. After I'm done, I like to rub the mask with the leftover liquid on my lip area, neck, and elbows. You don't gotta, but... Just a suggestion. Oh yeah, and don't wash it off. You can put on moisturizer after you're done with the mask if you want. I don't.

I saw a major difference in my skin after a week of using them every other day. If not this, I hope you find something else that works for you. Good luck.

The kind I use -

Dermal Korea Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet, 16 Combo Pack

PS: Always do a spot test on your face first as with any new skincare product just in case <3

u/blebber · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I got this 16 multi pack (16 different types) for about $9. They feel a little sticky but I only do them at night and I def feel like they're good for moisture. I haven't tried them all, but I have different feelings about some of the ones I've tried. I'd say my favorite so far was the royal jelly. I loved how the green tea one smelled, and did not like the smell of the hyaluronate mask. I've considered ordering a pack of just the royal jelly ones, but then part of me also wants to just test every face mask out there before re-ordering anything. I have commitment issues. As far as use in a routine, I normally wash, use toner, then just go to the face mask. I'll wait like 1/2 after it's done (so it's less sticky) to apply the tretinoin, and I've found I don't need additional moisturizer when I use the mask.

u/lillycrack · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I need help with my routine. I’ve just changed it up and have added a new product once at a time. It seems to be working so far! But my only issue is that my moisturiser is too heavy, but the old daytime one I used wasn’t heavy enough.

So I’m mainly needing a daytime moisturiser for oily skin, but also would love some toner suggestions to add to my routine. I’m on a bit of a budget but any suggestions of products available in the Uk are welcome!

My skin type is oily, but the skin around my nostrils always seems to dry out and flake easily. The rest of my skin is oily.

Routine that I’ve been doing for 3-ish weeks.


u/olivestheabove · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Has anyone tried these Dermal Korea masks?
I'm looking for a super cheap mask so I can use everyday and was wondering if these were any good.

u/amatambi · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

My skin is super sensitive and very combination. My T Zone is an oil slick while the rest of my face is pretty normal, if not a bit dry. I don't tend to have problems with acne except for the PMS breakout I get every time my period comes around.

Look into products that are more catered to sensitive skin rather than oil/acne. These products can be extremely irritating to sensitive skin and can end up making issues a lot worse.

I used to use a lot of scrubs for oil and acne and after a lot of hopping around trying different products I've found that products that cater to sensitive skin, or even dry skin, are so much better for me personally. Something that people with oily skin should consider is the possibility that using all of these products that strip the oil from the skin is actually making your face produce MORE oil.
You know that dry, tight, itchy feeling you get after using a scrub or a mask? That's your skin after it's been dried out. It creates more oil to help with an damage that the overuse of these stripping products can cause.

Instead of using a scrub (which, even the gentler ones can be harsh) I stick to using a gentle gel cleanser with a wash cloth to gently exfoliate my skin.

The products I'm currently using and having good results with are as follows

Nutrogena Hydro Boost Gel
Yes, this is a cleanser targeted at people with dry skin. Before you say NO WAY though, I urge you to try products from the opposite end of the skin spectrum to see if you may have an underlying issue of dry skin.

Pacifica Kale Detox Deep Cleansing Wash
Pacifica is considered a more natural brand, you can find it in the organic/health food area of the grocery store. They have a lot of different cleansers but this is the only one I have tried. I like it because the scent is natural and pleasant and there is a nice lather when using with a wash cloth. This one is targeted at more oily skin, which means it is going to be a bit harsher.. so I tend to use this one sparingly, around my period when my skin is extra wonky.

Skyn Iceland Glacial Face Wash
This is my main, every day cleanser. It is expensive. However, a little goes a long way and this is the best cleanser I have ever used. It lathers extremely well and leaves my skin feeling very clean but not to the point where it's stripped and irritated. The only downside is the smell. It kind of smells like a cheap bar soap but I believe the results I've gotten make that okay to deal with.

Alba Botanica Hawaiian Facial Scrub
Yes, a scrub! This one is different though. For one it smells absolutely delicious..just like pineapples. And it is chocked full of great oils like vitamin e and jojoba. That's great because while it does still give your face a good exfoliating, it replenishes what your skin needs as well. Because it has so many good oils in it, you're going to feel them on your face after you use this scrub. It's going to feel weird, like it's not clean...but your skin will thank you when it's not a red irritated mess.

As far as masks go, anything clay or mud based is going to soak up ALL the oil from your face. It's what those types of masks are meant to do. It's not necessarily a bad thing, but it's IMPERATIVE to put that moisture back into your face after you use one of them.
If I feel like my skin is extra gross or just needs a pick-me-up (once again usually around my period) I will give myself a little facial.
I'll start by using the Kale wash to clean my face, followed by a clay mask. I have a lot of them, you can get them cheap from the store, I've never really felt a significant difference in any I've tried.
Once it's dried, I'll take it off normally and dry my face.
Then, I always ALWAYS follow a clay mask with a sheet mask. Sheet masks are literally DRIPPING with amazing serums for your face...after being purged of all the gross dirty oil, your skin will love being able to soak up some healthy, softening goodness. Look for ones that contain aloe or colligen. Right now I have a 16 pack that I got from Amazon and really really like them. There are a ton at Ulta, Sephora, etc. Experiment!

u/ISpeakWhaleDoYou · 1 pointr/CompulsiveSkinPicking

what exactly are hydrocolloid bandages? what makes them special? do they actually work?

There's no shame in antisocial. If your boyfriend is really a keeper, he'll understand or strive to understand.

Do you have glasses? they may be more beneficial to you

Also, it sounds like the kind of face masks you do induce you to pick: stop doing them. Get face masks that are like these from amazon. It's basically a thin cloth doused in the good skin care liquid (they really do work) and you throw it away after one use. Stop the face masks, and maybe cut down on face washing.

Can you try drinking more water? what about taking vitamin c?

also, i totally feel you about the trance

u/pleasekisumi · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

You're welcome. Yeah, I think you have the right idea with the sheet masks. You can get cheap ones in bulk on amazon like this or this. Because I'm cheap and my face loves all sheet masks, I never spend more than a dollar on masks lol! It keeps it affordable so that you can use them daily if you want.

The TCFS Pack does not smell like pumpkin, but I have no idea how to pin down the scent. Almost lemony, but not? It smells good, I can say that! It's not too strong, so it shouldn't be bothersome.

For a cream moisturizer, I really loved the Holika Holika Skin & Good Cera Super Cream. It was oily and lovely and left my face so hydrated. However, I had to break up with it because it was breaking me out. :_( For a luxury option, the Freeset Donkey Milk 3D Moisture Cream is an excellent night cream. Its $45, but you may want to look into it, no judgement. The Guerrison 9 Complex Cream is also popular.

For cleansers, again, I'll emphasize low pH. There's lots of options like CeraVe cleanser, Tooswoong Enzyme Powder Wash, Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash, Cosrx Low pH Good Morning Gel Cleanser, etc. etc.

Sleeping packs have tons of options too. The Laneige Water Sleeping Pack is a popular choice. You can check the Holy Grail Thread for suggestions on any step in your routine.

u/MoonShinez · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

It's feels pretty good on the but shiner side, for an exfoliation I have this here (not yet used in my routine):
L'Oreal Paris Go 360 Clean, Anti-Breakout Facial Cleanser for Acne Prone Skin 6 Fl. Oz

I don't know how to incorporate into my routine like do I use it before or after my toner, or at night only instead of day and night.

Someone in the Asian Beauty mentioned that it was a cleanser with exfoliating properties so I could just rinse it off and I don't have to wait 30 mins even tho it has 2% Salicylic acid. On the bottle it says I can use it two times a day.

I also have these I couuld user after my sheet mask Dermal Korea Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet

u/TastefulSideb00b · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Hi! I'm just getting into AB (maybe 2, 3 weeks in); would appreciate any comments on routine!

Skin Type: Normal | Country/Climate I'm in: San Francisco, CA | Top Skin Concern: Redness, pores, brightening (in that order)

Current Routine/Products I'm Using:


Second cleaner: Skinfood Egg White Foam Cleanser (really loving it so far!) I don't double clean in the morning; would y'all recommend that?

Toner: I /was/ using Son & Park's Beauty Water followed by Missha's Revolution/Time FTE Essence, but the beauty water felt a bit grainy on my skin. Currently trying just the FTE essence. (Have heard good things about Klair's Facial Toner and Cosrx Galactomyce 95 Whitening Power Essence as well; how could I incorporate this? Should I?)

Vitamin C: Buena Skin Vitamin C Serum. So far, I like the fragrance and feel of this on my face.

Eye cream: Mizon snail repair eye cream. No noticable results yet.

Sunscreen: Biore Sarasara UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF50+ feels amazing!

I hadn't been using a moisturizer since I used to use Tarte's tinted moisturizer on top as makeup. Now that my skin is getting brighter and clearer (thank you, AB!), I don't put that on as much. I'm waiting for Mizon's Snail Recovery Gel Cream to come in as my new moisturizer!


First cleaner: Banila's Clean It Zero. This is great for removing makeup! I feel like I scoop too much out of the jar, though, since it feels so light and unnoticable on my skin.

[Same second cleaner, Missha FTE essence, vitamin C, eye cream as AM]

Sleep pack: Tony Moly intense care dual effect sleep pack. This was a gift from a friend; I might look into replacing this at some point.

Sometimes, I'll use Neogen Dermalogy Bio-Peel Gauze Peeling in wine as an exfoliator after cleaning. My skin feels so soft after letting it soak in!! I also bought these sheet masks off Amazon, and might look into Etude House's Therapy Air Masks after I run out.

Thanks in advance for any comments!

u/purpleelephant77 · 1 pointr/AskWomen

These masks; I do one a week and they make my skin feel super nice. I'm not sure if they actually do much but they make me feel like I'm pampering myself.

I also love Cliniques take the day away cleansing balm right now, it really clears out my pores.

u/TheFinalKitty · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Oh, my bad! This looks like the right product:

u/ohwhereismycoffee · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Some people wear a silicon sheet mask cover like this one from Daiso over their sheet mask. It's meant to help boost the effectiveness of the sheet mask, and it stops the essence dripping off your face.

(I'm not a fan because I've never found one that actually fits lol)

u/Throwarea51 · 1 pointr/gaming

You should cross post to /r/Asianbeauty. Also buy her this (it keeps the mask on without her using a towel). Only if she has sensitive ears will she not like it.

u/Zenawarrior16 · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

It's on Amazon prime! Can't live wthout it as I sheet mask every single day! I hare Hydrogel masks as they are split into zillion pieces and can't use them with Daiso!

Here is a link

u/Canidmom3 · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I've had [this one] (Daiso Japan Reusable Silicon Mask Cover for Sheet Prevent Evaporation, Colors May Vary for several months now and it has held up great!

u/dmcindc · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I'm not sure if you would be up to trying all of these items, but here's my skin regimen (to heal acne and acne scars) to compare. I have been doing this for about six months and am tweaking very little. I haven't had any acne break outs in three months now and my skin is the most normal it's been in my teenage/adult life.

Cosrx Low Ph Good Morning Gel Cleanser. I love this cleanser and am not changing.

I use two Konjac half sphere shaped sponges when cleansing. I like to use two of these at the same time, one to lather up the soap (less soap is needed with these sponges) and one to rinse it off, and then I rinse both out and run under warm water and hold the two flat halves against my eyes. The warmth feels so wonderful.

I like the red or pink clay ones, but here's a sample pack. Also they usually come with a small string looped into the sponge. If they don't, you can just get a needle and thread and put one it. This is because they need to be hung up to dry out, so they don't get any mold in them. When they dry out, make sure to run under water to re-expand them fully before use, and don't squeeze until they are fully soft and expanded again, or otherwise you will begin to degrade the sponge and it will start to fall apart.

Then I use Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner. (If you buy from there, you get a Benton Bee Snail mask try too. That mask is one of my all time favorites.)

Then I use the Benton Snail Bee Essence. (If you buy from here, you get another mask and a few samples to try too.)

New York Laboratories Dark Circle Eye Cream. Not Korean, but uses some good ingredients.

MIZON Black Snail All In One Cream

You can also add another cream over this, like one with retinol or hyalouric acid or both. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't. I am happy with the above and it works for me.


I remove all make up with Neutrogena Makeup Remover Wipes

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Cleansing Foam Facial Foaming Cleanser. I love this cleanser and am not changing.

I use the cleanser with the Konjac sponges again. I find when you use the sponges, that you don't really need to use a separate exfoliator product daily, which can be harsh on your skin. So think gentle products (See at the bottom).

Then I use the same toner as above, and the same eye cream, but sometimes I also add on Cosrx Honey Ceramide Eye Cream.

I use the same Mizon snail cream as above and then a "sleeping pack cream". I have a few I am trying at the moment and can't say which I would recommend yet, but I keep going back mostly to the SKIN CERAMIC Donkey Milk Yogurt Sleeping Pack one. It is not too greasy like some of the others and my skin feels super moist from it.

I do a sheet mask at least once a week. I subscribe to a monthly sheet mask bag at, and they will send about 7-8 sheet masks each month. I love the snail masks best, the honey ones are my second favorite, and then the donkey milk ones.

I just ordered this face mask cover to get the most out of the sheet masks, but I haven't gotten it in the mail yet.

I use a mild form of exfoliation, jar pads like Neogen Dermalogy Bio-Peel Gauze Peeling Wine, to help skin turn-over maybe 1-2 times a week. I keep the jar in the fridge and use after a shower in the morning, but you can also use in the evening after you cleanse and before you apply essence/cream. When I use these pads, I skip the toner part of the regimen and sometimes essence too.

I also have Seven Seconds Morning Sheet. That one has gentle dots on the pad that exfoliate and you can use this one daily. I tend to use this one when I am in a rush and can't spend the time to do a full skin regimen. This one you just cleanse and do the pad and then you are done.

I use Nooni AHA/BHA peel pad about once a week.

About two times a month I use Laura Mercier Face Polish.

Typical skin regimen is cleanser, toner (or exfoliator pad above), when you use a sheet mask, it would go here, essence and/or serum (if you use both, use serum after essence, and if you use an exfoliator pad, you could choose to skip essence/serum as well), moisturizers (including eye creams), sleeping packs (heavy moisturizers/creams for PM only). You can layer items, but should still be in the same type of order. For example, you can use two essences, but use both before moisturizers, and allow layers to dry in between. In general you want to use lighter moisturizers in the day, to not look greasy, and the heavier products while you sleep, which also work better when you are sleeping.

Also get yourself a few boxes of these KAO heated eye masks. They are freaking amazing! I just got this week and use them twice already at night. I am not sure I would use every night, but these are so nice and light and comfortable and soothing, and they do block out the light too.

u/DragonBorn76 · 1 pointr/tretinoin

This one is really good too


It's very wet . I prefer the Neutrogena ones I spoke of above to these but these are great as well. They are very wet and paper . I like the Neutrogena over these because of the gel mask vs. paper which I feel stays wet longer but I bought a silicon mask to go over all of these so it doesn't matter too much.

My only issue with this is I think I have a big head so it's a bit tight and the ear holders will start to feel uncomfortable after a bit so I bought this clip thing from Academy. It's a string with two clips at the ends . I forget what it was for but I use it to hold back the ear pieces.

It's like this but with a string and not coil.

u/ahhh_zombies · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I’ll bet a silicone sheet mask cover could give the same effect too.

u/nollithi · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Do silicon mask covers actually help in the absorption of product, substantially? I don't know if the purchase is justified when I could use the $5 to buy more Freeset masks lol.

u/Yggie · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Second this!
I totally love it; now you can walk, talk, eat, read, drink or go partying because that thing is so awesome!

u/themeteorites · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this book or this book .

The first book is about a Japanese artist that I follow which has a very interesting story. The book, through writing and comics follows her journey through life, art, and Japan's legal system. It talks about her experiences with censorship and creating art with her body (she made a kayak shaped like her vagina, which is sick a f and also has a cute vagina character). Feminist book.

The second book is a full on illustrative comic book about people's deepest, darkest and often pretty unrealistic and hilarious but relatable fears.

Alternatively, as a crazy item on my list here is a clay mask that makes you look like the moon emoji. Check out the reviews and you'll see what I'm talking about.

u/kimcheequeen · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Hi, I have oily and dry skin so my routine looks like:

AM Routine:

  1. Cerave Face Wash
    2) Cerave Lotion
  2. Cerave Face Sun Screen
  3. Add any make up afterwards

    PM Routine:
  4. Wash face with Cerave Face Wash 2) Cerave Lotion

    Face masks 1-2 a week with :
  5. Aztec mud
    OR 2) Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask depending on if my skin feels more oily or not. If its oily, I use the Aztec mud.
u/BreadCrumbles · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Combination skin. I got prescribed 0.05% Tretinoin Cream a couple years ago for my acne and it has worked wonders. However there are some skin issues I still have I'd like improve at least slightly (decrease the amount of acne/texture on my cheek/chin, decrease the amount of texture on my forehead, decreasing the appearance of sebaceous filaments in my nose would be nice too)

I'd like to improve my routine a bit, but I'm not sure where to start. Should I use more clay masks? Chemical exfoliants?

I included some pictures of my face (note: my face usually isn't that just oily, it's just been a weird day) and my current routine so you know what I'm starting with.

Here's my current routine:

  • In the morning I wipe my face with a cotton round soaked in witch hazel and then moisturize with Cera Ve moisturizing cream

  • At night I do the same thing (removing makeup first if I'm wearing any)

  • I wash my face with Purpose gentle cleansing bar soap

  • I use the Tretinoin cream every other day after washing my face

    I occasionally use the Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated mask and Soo Ae sheet masks (depending on whether my face seems dry or oily at the time)

    I'd really appreciate any guidance any of you could offer. Thank you so much :)
u/Macbeth221 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy early gift day/birthday :D

I would really like this face mask from my wishlist.

u/kellykellykellyyy · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Could you mean a carbonating clay mask like this? I believe I've read some good feedback on this one particularly, but maybe do a quick search of r/asianbeauty to confirm my suspicions!

u/CreamPieSatan · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ok hear me out legit answer would be that you should get yourself this dope dress,'s summer. It's hot. Work is stressful, new job..even if you have to go off amazon to get it cheaper so that it's under thirty I so so soooooo recommend you treat yourself with a pool. You deserve it and that looks like the most satisfying thing ever! I know it doesn't fit into the under thirty thats why I suggested the dress but my most honest encouraged answer is a pool.

For something I would like? Either this clay mask, some tooth whitener for my snaggle teeth, or some ear plugs so I can mix it up...I'm really indecisive but not picky.

Congratulations!!! <3

u/lafemmeakita · 1 pointr/SkincareAddicts

Not exactly, but they're still products that they list as alternatives.

I do use the recommended CosRX Blackhead Power Liquid for the BHA, for the clay mask I use Elizavecca Milky Piggy Bubble Clay, and then for the cleanser I use Amore Pacific/Illiyoon Cleansing Oil.

I have extremely dry skin plus a ton of fine hair, so I usually follow this up with a couple of swipes with a razor (with the grain) for hair removal plus exfoliation on my cheeks/jawline/chin. You obviously don't need to do that last step, I just wanted to give a thorough response 🙃

u/TheBreadedCandiru · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I have sensitive combo skin and I've had really good experiences with the Elizavecca Carbonated bubble mask! I use it once a week (more if my skin's feeling clogged) and it really helps to get the junk out of my pores. It bubbles up and sounds like rice krispies but I can't put it under my nose or it'll make me sneeze, haha. I'd say try this one out, if you're curious.

u/RichardF1st · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Where would I get samples for Stridex Strength Medicated Pads, Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask, and Amore Pacific Illi Total Aging Care Cleansing Oil?

The reason I ask is because I want to use these products as outlined in this method to remove/hide black heads. But I don't want to buy the whole product in case it doesn't work/messes with my face, especially if I buy them online.

And another thing, how would I patch test the Stridex pads?

u/PolkaDots1212 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Here is my current routine based on Curology recommendations to simplify and use cosDNA to look up ingredients:


-C'Est Moi Gentle Foaming Cleansing Gel

-Dr. Oracle A-Thera Cream

-Cotz Face Non-Tinted SPF 40


-C'Est Moi Gentle Makeup Remover Cleansing Wipes (and then rinse with water)

-Curology (0.25% Zinc Pyrithione, 1% Clindamycin, 4% Niacinamide)


-Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

u/kierstynh34 · 1 pointr/AskWomen

This!! Feels so weird but I haven't found one that makes my skin feel cleaner than this one

u/friendliest_giant · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Replying to you again because I realize nothing was particular so I'll redo this for you.

General Daily CeraVe

Vit A serum that I'm using right now

CeraVe with Sunblock

Petroleum Jelly for face/lips

Amazon korean sheet mask

Aztec Clay

Hair product

Hair product 2

I also use a very high quality cotton cloth for my face got like 5 of them or something...totally didn't steal these from an expensive ass Miami hotel.

Edit: general everywhere moisturizer for post shower lightweight quick stuff

u/IrishinManhattan617 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Hi all.

Friend introduced me to this site and I'd love to see if the "magic" she works on her skin can work for me too. I'd love it if folk could review my shopping list below and give me feedback. My skin is oily and blemish prone and I have a number of large clogged pores - oh, and I"m in my 30s.


  1. MORNING (Scalp)

  1. MORNING (Body Wash)

  • ?? Any suggestions ??

  1. MORNING (Face)



u/BNDenn · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

Doh. Still waking up. Like I said, after dropping money on stuff I couldn't use last time, I'm going to be anal about double checking, sorry. This would be what you recommended?. It is compatible with the 910V it says so it looks like I should be good to go. If I could find them for $25 though it would be amazeballs.

u/kneegrow · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

If you are sure it's a genuine Samsung battery, the battery may not be your problem unless you also got a bad Samsung battery. I'm not sure you can get them in Australia, but here's the link on Amazon. Is your Snapchat updated?

u/CBreezy2010 · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

I'm looking at this battery bundle from Anker ( I LOVE Anker anything):

Will I be able to use the stock back plate? Its a little bent and distorded, but it still works.I know looking around ( searched on Amazon "Anker note 4 battery", i saw a lot of Anker's batteries come with another backplate

u/Sam1051v · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

Just get some new batteries. Anker is the best. I bough this and the label started coming off, I emailed them and they just mailed me a whole new kit no questions asked.

I also recommend force closing Snapchat when not using it for longer than an hour or so. It sometimes randomly starts using like 25-35% of the cpu just chilling in the background.

u/namain · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

Anker sells 2 spare batteries and an external charger for cheap on amazon. It's a great piece of kit for this game:

u/Yomat · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

Actually, the 2-pack with extra charger is a better deal.

u/TheAssassinMC · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

Replace battery, I would recommend these from Amazon:



Apologies if both these links do not fit your location!

u/soybean311 · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

Anker 2 x 3220mAh Replacement Li-ion Batteries for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with Anker Travel Charger

Direct from anker

u/bzsteele · 1 pointr/pokemongo

This is the one I bought last year and has been working great.

It came with the external charger and two batteries for $24. It's now priced at $30, but I know there are ones that only come with one batter and external charger. The charger also has a USB port so I can charge one battery in the wall charger and one battery while my phone is plugged in.

u/byrd798 · 1 pointr/galaxynote4
u/josh6499 · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

Aww man, that's a way better deal!

It's great because you can charge the spare while you're using the phone.

u/mirx · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

Anker 2 x 3220mAh Li-ion Batteries for Samsung Galaxy Note 4, N910, N910U 4G LTE, N910V(Verizon), N910T(T-Mobile), N910A(AT&T), N910P(Sprint) with Anker Travel Charger

u/dahs · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

can't help you with the warranty but you could always buy some of these:

I used them on my note 4 and GS2 and they are great. very useful to have as a backup as well. They also sell a single battery for 19.99 as well, but i like the wall charger.

u/magic8ball88 · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

I was interested in the zero lemon but decided to go with this instead. I figured it would be just as useful and half the cost.

u/skippybosco · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

Certainly sounds like a battery issue.

Can you boot to recovery or download mode or it still reboots in those modes?

Do you have an external battery charger you can try charging the battery with to see if that makes a difference?

You can get a couple of Anker batteries and an external charger for ~$30

u/nssone · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

Apparently not. But it was out of stock before for me before then I saw that it was in stock again a month or so later and I ordered it. The best thing to do is watch the item. It's worth watching for it.

u/sawser · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

You can also get Anker battery charger and spare battery and rotate them. I stopped using my wall charger just because the Anker batteries were so convenient.

u/LNG · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Sorry in advance for the length of my comment but speaking from personal experience, your acne could be caused by fungus/yeast, not bacteria. It's called Malassezia Yeast and we all have it on our skin, but it can cause issues when it becomes overgrown. This overgrowth is called Pityrosporum folliculitis and looks almost identical to other forms of acne.

Other evidence that points towards fungus is the fact that you're breaking out on other parts of your body. The fungus spreads easily, especially if you give it a nice environment to thrive, like sweaty workouts!

I had perfect skin until I was about 22, and suddenly developed acne on my face, chest, and back. It was so bizarre and none of the traditional acne treatments were helping because, as I later figured out, most products are geared towards bacterial breakouts, including benzoyl peroxide. In fact, overuse of these products can cause fungus/yeast to take over the balance and cause all sorts of issues!

So, after months of research I came to the conclusion that I did indeed have fungal acne, so I started a routine to combat it. I was desperate at first, so I bought an anti-dandruff shampoo (because dandruff is commonly caused by fungus). [This one is great because its SLS free!]
( In the shower, I slathered it all all over my face and body, let it sit for 5 minutes, then rinsed it off. All of the breakouts started disappearing overnight, literally.

I felt strange using shampoo on my face so I decided to do more research and discovered that zinc is an amazing natural antifungal. So, I purchased this bar of soap, which contains 2% Pyrithione Zinc (an antimicrobial) and it was also very effective. I only use that about every three days now, and only on my body, because I have super sensitive skin and it is too drying for my face.

For my face, I now use Curology because they offer Zinc Pyrithione as an ingredient! My current formulation is .25% Zinc Pyrithione, 1% Clindamycin, and 4% Niacinamide and it is AMAZING. I'm now free of any and all breakouts.

I also use this mineral sunscreen because it uses zinc oxide - another form of zinc that is an antifungal!

For me, I have to maintain a routine or else the overgrowth returns, so I also take zinc picolinate supplements.
So, yeah, I hope this helps give some insight on your skincare journey!!


I also want to point out the necessity of being super gentle on your skin, in general. I always think "kill it with kindness" when it comes to skin issues. You definitely don't want to make things worse by over-exfoliating (chemical and physical), using harsh cleansers that strip your natural oils, and above all you must keep your moisture barrier in tip top shape because it will protect you from excess fungus and bacteria!

I decided to give you my whole routine as an example, so here it is! I focus on moisture.


u/amstarcasanova · 1 pointr/RandomActsOfAB

My HG for extreme dry/flakiness is the Kikumasamune High Moist, I seriously talk about it so much and recommended it to everyone now since I was gifted it on here :) Not sure what the magic is but it completely got rid of all my flakes over two nights.

The Hado Labo Hyaluronic Lotion is pretty damn good as well. Very moisturizing but didn't get rid of the flakes as well as the others.

My favorite sheet mask for dryness is the Benton Snail Bee High Content. It feels so good on my skin and gets rid of the dull look my skin tends to get when its dry!

u/charlottehaze · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Just started Accutane (Claravis), 60mg/day yesterday, and have changed up my routine recently based on lurking around this sub and r/Accutane. Any general comments/feedback would be much appreciated!

Skin type: Oily for sure, but I am positive it's about to become dry with the Accutane. In changing up my routine a few weeks ago, I tried to pick products that seemed to work for people with both skin types generally (maybe just with different frequencies of use) so I could use them before and after I finish the course.

Current routine:


Cosrx Low Ph Good Morning Gel Cleanser to cleanse

Klaris Supple Preparation Facial Toner for toner

Cicaplast Baume B5 Soothing Multi-Purpose Balm Cream for moisturizer

Sun Bum SPF 30 fPVNM Sunscreen, Original Face Stick -- I know it's not the best, but I live in Portland/Seattle so the need is not as dire as in other places


Lush Ultrabland to remove makeup
Remove makeup

Cosrx Low Ph Good Morning Gel Cleanser to cleanse

Usually after cleansing I use a mask -- I had been using more acne-targeting masks, but since I am switching to sheet masks, which I used to only use occasionally. Right now, I have Benton Snail Bee High content Sheet Mask Pack and Dermal Korea Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet, but I also really like Origins Drink Up-Intensive and Cosrx Ultimate Nourishing Rice Overnight Mask. When I need spot treatment, I am obsessed with Cosrx Acne Pimple Master Patch

Then I go back and do -- Klaris Supple Preparation Facial Toner for toner

Cicaplast Baume B5 Soothing Multi-Purpose Balm Cream for moisturizer

Edit: I used to use (and still have left some) of Lush's Herbalism. I am not sure I should keep using it on Accutane, since it exfoliates, but any commentary on that would be appreciated!

u/ghostkatie · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

•[LUSH lip scrubs] (
•LUSH None of Your Beeswax lip balm (I think this may have been discontinued? :( I don't know)
Rosebud Salve lip balm
Laneige Lip Mask
(I used to use the Bite Agave lip mask but the laneige one feel SO much better/smoother and gives better results, imo)

u/punnyenough · 1 pointr/Sephora

I'm a huge fan of the Dead Sea Mud mask. It's great for combo/oily skin. As for lips, Laneige came out with this cool sleeping lip mask.

u/peachiez777 · 1 pointr/KoreanBeauty

Freeset Donkey Milk Aqua! Can get it here on Amazon. They are amazing and my personal Holy Grail since one of these will make my skin look fantastic overnight and the effects will last a couple of days. They also fit really well on my face!

u/quagsirechannel · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty
u/monodramas · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Depends! If you buy singles (like on Ebay, Jolse, Memebox, etc.) you would only get one mask in one foil package. But if you buy a box, you usually get a bunch of masks in individually wrapped foils. Here's an example of a single mask from Memebox and here's an example of the same mask, but a whole 10-piece box, from Amazon.

As for when to use sheet masks, here's a great blog post about the order of products. This says to put one on after essences and serums, but YMMV, of course.

u/M0j0fl0j0 · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Sure! Here is the listing I ordered from.

u/valentinedoux · 1 pointr/DIYBeauty

I often make oat milk with fermented oat extract and oat beta glucans then soak it in compressed sheet mask.

u/teriyakitofu90 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I've been really wanting to try this! Thanks for the contest!

u/petitato07 · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Yeah, those are sheet masks.

If you want a link to Amazon, here's the rice and the black sugar

Clay masks are definitely good for oily skin, but since you said you have combination skin, you might use clay masks for oily parts. Honestly, if you don't have any problem using clay masks no matter what your skin profile is, you're fine. I have dry skin and I use clay masks occasionally.

u/happybabo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Holly jolly! Hello!
I celebrate Chinese New Years.

Skinfood Black Sugar Mask Wash Off Exfoliator

u/snail_juice_plz · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Skinfood Black Sugar Mask Wash Off Exfoliator, 3.53 Ounce? Skinfood does not test on animals according to their FAQs but are not vegan as some products contain beeswax and/or honey.

It's a fantastic scrub/wash off mask if that meets your criteria!

u/Chelleski · 1 pointr/PSVR

I've been trying to see if there's a sewing pattern or something to make a reusable face mask to use while using the PSVR. I'm always tempted to ask people to try it when they come over, but if someone has a full beat on, I worry that makeup will get on the headset. I don't know if this would solve the patter, but maybe.

I found this:

Seems cool, but expensive. Also, Hyperkin gave away some at E3 last year, so I'm going to search my closets to see if they're in there. If not, those are also available online for $1, or 50 of the cheaper kind for $30.

u/randomhero98 · 1 pointr/PSVR

Haven't tried this thing yet but alternatively

Has anyone else used this? How is it?

u/drunkenm666 · 1 pointr/PSVR

Here's the non-mobile site with bigger pics: It's basically just a skimask. The blue lines are only 'shopped to show you where the PSVR would fit on the mask.

u/MamaLlamaTX · 1 pointr/PSVR

I bought this one:

Unfortunately, it moves around too much for me. My forehead keeps on getting exposed and so does my nose. My plan is to use the one I bought to make a pattern with the needed adjustments. I will have individual openings for each eye and slits for earbuds instead of the big opening for the ears. If anyone else has solutions, I'd love to hear them.

u/wine-inacan · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

SKINCARE i love this topic!!! so I usually take off all my makeup with a soft pad and micellar water. then I'll usually take a toner to go over my face once again with a cotton pad. Then I alternate between days using a retinol and lactic acid both from the ordinary. After that I apply my night cream, which is currently the IT cosmetics one and I apply eye cream under my eyes, on the side, as well as to my frown lines. I have relatively good skin and the discoloration from acne I had in college has definitely faded!

i love to do a sheet maske maybe once a week and I added these masks to my wishlist! thanks for such a fun contest!

I can't think of an embarassing pimple story more or less I was never NEVER had acne in high school and then all of a sudden in college my SENIOR YEAR i had it all on one side of my face, thankfully I went to a dermatologist and with time it went away! thankfully i had a lot of makeup on for my sisters wedding which was during that time! lol

u/jenny_alla_vodka · 1 pointr/RandomActsofMakeup

I gave these as baby shower prizes along w nail polish and some other crap. Everyone really liked the face masks

u/notrelatedtoamelia · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I travel a lot for work and am having trouble with my Tony Moly Red Appletox Honey Cream leaking because the jar doesn't close well. I was wondering what suggestions you all have for a container to decant it into? Air pump? Squeeze bottle?

It's a gel consistency.

If I could get the new container on amazon, even better.

Please and thank you for your suggestions!

Also, has anyone tried these? The price point is so great it's a bit scary. I love trying new sheet masks and was considering them.

u/goodglory · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I love these sheet masks! I always have them on hand.

u/tea_time-314 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I had a bit of a cold a few weeks ago that resulted in flaky, red, painful skin around my nostrils from all the nose-blowing. One thing that helped me is the CosRX Rice mask. I just slathered that shit on and was all healed a couple days later. Not sure if this is heavy-duty enough for you, but it's worth a shot -- especially given how cheap it is!

u/mairhi · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Most lotions/creams break me out, as well, but otherwise I'm not acne prone, unless it's hormone related. My fave every day moisturizer, since I'm a bit on the oily side, is a nice blorp of Hada Labo Gokujyun Hyaluronic Lotion (liquidy gel consistency, very hydrating) mixed with a drop or two of my fave facial oil (my personal prefs are seabuckthorn, argan, hemp, or rosehip seed).

I've also been able to use CeraVe Moisturizing Cream and COSRX Ultimate Nourishing Rice Spa Overnight Mask (says mask, but its really just a moisturizer) without any reactions.

For the dullness you mentioned, have you ever tried out some AHA toners? AHAs have done wonders for my complexion. I've used both The Ordinary's Glycolic Toner and Pixi Glow Tonic.


u/foreverclumsy2 · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Anyone seen this cosrx rice mask in a tube before? Is it real or a fake? [amazon link here]([Cosrx] Ultimate Nourishing Rice Overnight Spa Mask 60g / NEW 2017

u/darth_advocate · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm not entering my own contest but here's my routine:

  1. I wake up in the morning, wipe my face down with Simple Micellar Water Wipes or a cotton pad with either Rosehip Micellar Water or Tea Tree Micellar Water I found at Ross for stupid cheap.

  2. I tone my face with a cotton pad and Thayer's Alcohol Free Rose Petal Witch Hazel

  3. I apply a Salicylic Acid Spot Treatment (product varies)

  4. I apply a Hylauric Acid and Vitamin C Serum (I found mine at Ross for stupid cheap)

  5. I'm moisturizing right now with DermaE Brightening Day Cream that I also found at Ross for stupid cheap. Otherwise I use Cerave Moisturizing Cream or this stuff I saw at Ulta and bought.

    Then I prime and apply makeup as normal.

    At the end of the day I:

  6. Remove makeup with the Simple wipe linked in 1.

  7. Wash my face with Cerave Foaming Facial Cleanser or DermaE Anti Wrinkle Cleanser that I got on clearance at Ulta.

    Repeat 2-5 and go to bed.

    Sometimes I do sheet masks and Indian Clay masks with ACV.

    I wanna start going to the sauna at my gym once a week too for happy skin.
u/araxiee · 1 pointr/Makeup
u/1337Pwnzr · 1 pointr/steroids

Test is great for skin! Get a bunch of those face-masks from amazon:

Use 2-3 times a week and your skin will feel like a baby's ass.

u/wokeyongguk · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I’ve tried both Hada Labo Premium and Moist, and both products broke me out in painful cysts. I’m on my 5th bottle of Isntree Hyaluronic Acid Toner and my skin loves it. YMMV, though!

u/EskimoRocket · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Oh I didn’t realize you were already using them. I thought you were just about to start all of them at once, lol. I think you should be good then.

Does Aquaphor not work well for you? I use that as my occlusive. A more expensive (and fun) option I’ve tried is Miss Flower Mr Honey Cream. It’s like honey scented more liquids Vaseline almost. Lastly, my occlusive I use during the daytime is Stratia’s Liquid Gold. It has occlusive properties but is very nourishing to your moisture barrier and it’s not greasy and shiny during the day.

I don’t know what your price range is but isntree makes some good products. In particular, I think this would work great for you. It has no astringent properties but it is super hydrating.

I hope some of this helps you out!

u/springyoshida12 · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Skin Type: combination/dehydrated maybe??/acne-prone | Country/Climate I'm in: hot/humid/sometimes dry | Top Skin Concern: large pores, oil control in T-zone, pit-like scars on temples

Current Routine/Products I'm Using (as of two days ago):


Tosowoong Enzyme Powder Wash

Thayer's Witch Hazel - Alcohol-free in Cucumber

Isntree Hyaluronic Acid Toner

Care Zone Doctor Solution A-cure Clarifying Emulsion

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence SPF50+/PA++++


Tosowoong Enzyme Powder Wash

Thayer's Witch Hazel - Alcohol-free in Cucumber

Aura Cacia Organic Skin Care Oil - Restoring Rosehip Oil with Vitamin E (For spot treatment and thickening my eyebrows lmao)

Isntree Hyaluronic Acid Toner

Care Zone Doctor Solution A-cure Clarifying Emulsion

Recently bought the Thayer's Witch Hazel to replace my previous toner (which was from the same Carezone Doctor's solution line) thinking it would be good since I like using watery toners with a cotton pad to wipe off oil after washing my face (dunno if that actually does anything). However, today I noticed my face was in a thin layer of oil, basically the same post-wash oily feeling as when I used to not use toner or anything and just suffered with a dry cracking face after washing. Not sure if this is what people who "broke out from Thayer's" also experienced except my skin just didn't break out?? Any speculation/experience with Thayer's will help!

Also, my Secret Key Starting Treatment Essence Rose Edition finally came in from Yesstyle! It looks really watery and you apply it with a cotton pad, so hopefully it can replace my Thayer's!

u/MOSAIK_ROLL · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I also have super sensitive fragrance and alcohol hating skin, and I can relate.

Cleanser looks good, moisturizer looks good, exfoliant is a bit harsh- you can try a chemical exfoliant like a glycolic acid toner, but it's not necessary. TBH if you want to get rid of flakes from dry patches you can wet a towel and gently rub the dry areas.

For your texture issues, I would recommend a weekly or bi-weekly mask of The Ordinary's AHA 30% and BHA 2% Peeling Solution. It's a beet red mask that really exfoliates skin and is known to be super helpful to those with texture issues. It's many SCA user's holy grail mask. I use it when needed and it always helps out a lot. It may sting a bit, but it's worth it.

IMO you should figure out why you are having the dryness to begin with. Perhaps incorporate a hydrating toner post cleansing applied on a wet face (to prevent trans-epidermal water loss). Isntree HA toner is what I use and it's very pure, simple and doesn't break me out. I literally just pour it on my face.

You can also use an occlusive or sleeping pack (like aquaphor) at night after moisturizer. It shouldn't make you breakout and it really seals in the moisture to your skin. It's greasy and not sexy at all if you have a SO that you share a bed with, but it really helps dry skin not be dry.

SPF is important because, even if it's not sunny outside you are still affected by UVA rays. Unless you only leave the house at night and are in a location with no sunlight, then its okay, but I'd recommend using a sunscreen daily. Purito is the one I use and it has no fragrance or silicones or alcohol and is made for sensitive skin. It never made me break out and even calms down redness. Also it doesn't peel on my skin with makeup which is crazy.

You may want to look into brands that are made for sensitive skin in mind. My favorites are The Ordinary, and Etude House's Soon Jung line.

Hope this Helps!

u/lindn · 0 pointsr/starcraft

Microsoft Sidewinder x4

They are flat keys but not as flat as lycosa/laptop keys, still very flat.

It's a quality keyboard and really comfortable from having tested a friends one :)

u/jjyiz28 · 0 pointsr/pcgaming

you guys need to use a keyboard cover like me.

i have a microsoft sidewinder x4 keyboard

that i bought several years ago and i have absolutely no issue with it because i have it bought a custom cover for it on ebay. and im still using the protective cover i bought for it years ago.

you spill a drink on it, no problem just wipe it down. dont have to worry about food crumbs or dust seeping inbetween the cracks, etc..

i take the cover off and it looks brand new, asside from the WASD keys being a big worn off.

u/carmsabitch · 0 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

They are one time use, but I’ve noticed enough difference from them to justify the price for 1 or two times a week! I’ve grown so attached that I actually subscribe to a Monthly box of masks through FACETORY. It’s about $20 (including shipping) for 7 masks that are typically priced 3-$6 at drugstores. It’s a fun way to experiment with tons of different masks and keeps me from impulse buying $50 of masks a month!

If you’re looking for something cheaper, These are a great and inexpensive way to dip your toe into sheet masking. Dermal Korea Collagen Essence Full Face Facial Mask Sheet, 16 Combo Pack

u/TunapathaN · -1 pointsr/keyboards

A friend of mine brought this up. It has the features you want and is more in your price range. However, I can't voucher for the switch quality (the feel of the keypresses.) I've never used one, from what I'm reading though it sounds bad.

u/bossmcsauce · -4 pointsr/gaming

no need to pay more than about $40 for a keyboard though. i mean.. don't just pick up whatever shit dell you can find, but the Microsoft Sidewinder X4 is more than good enough. it's the best/most pleasant keyboard I've ever owned and used. I can't stand when I'm playing a game on a mechanical that is really loud, and I can vaguely hear the buttons through my headphones... really distracting and breaks my immersion.