Spending lasts summer in Shanghai taught me lots of things like always lock your bicycle, Xiaolongbao is a delicious (and thrifty) gift from the gods, and skin care must be taken very, very seriously. Asian beauty markets endorse hundreds of whitening and brightening products, claiming to create porcelain skin. But the one skin care trend I came to adopt and love is the paper face mask. Yes, it makes you look like a horror movie serial killer, but these wet masks cleanse and moisturize your skin superbly after just 20-30 minutes.
The brand featured here (MG?) was purchased from a Chinese drugstore and carries an array of options that are widely available in drugstores. But while the U.S. catches on to the trend, they might be a little harder to find. Check out this Elle.com article for some options.