"Masks are very hot now," exclaims plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon in one of the many segments this year where The Doctors put this trend to the test. They slabbed, lathered, and patted their way through tons of face masks to share with viewers which ones they thought were worth a shot!
Global travel expert Shalini Vadhera shows The Doctors one unexpected place she recommends putting on a sheet mask!
Dermatologist Dr. Jason Emer joins The Doctors to try out a magnetic face mask. Dr. Shelia Nazarian describes these masks as "finger-stopping Instagram posts!"
While some of these popular masks are quite expensive, dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra shares an Indian clay mask that is less than ten dollars for a one-pound tub. Bonus: it's a number one seller online!
A ton of new beauty trends come out of Korea, and The Doctors discuss a Korean rubber mask that Dr. Batra says acts as a calming, hydrating, antioxidant mask.
Shalini shares the beauty secret of Singapore Airlines flight attendants' gorgeous skin with this DIY mask.
This Korean zombie mask may make you look a bit scary, but the results are nothing to fear! The mask is meant to brighten and lift your skin.
The Doctors test out a LED face mask seen in a social media post of actress Kristen Bell. The mask is supposed to help with wrinkles, fine lines, brown spot, and possibly acne. While Kristen's mask costs about two thousand dollars, The Doctors use ones that cost about thirty, and Dr. Ordon thinks theirs probably works just as well!
With all of these treatments, be sure to follow instructions. Dr. Batra explains there is danger in leaving a mask on for too long.