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Wearing a face mask is a safety precaution everyone will need to do for the foreseeable future, which means you're bound to get the dreaded mask rash! To combat these breakouts, The Doctors recommend beauty masks that can help you look your best while helping to prevent the spread of the virus.
LED face mask: Could a light therapy mask help with your face mask rash? The mask claims to help with acne, pigmentation, and redness -- along with improving blood flow and collagen production.
* This LED mask -- which boasts 7 different types of therapies from 7 different colors of light -- has hundreds of 4-star or higher reviews
Hanacure Mask: The mask, popular in Korea, claims to reduce pores, hyperpigmentation, and wrinkles. Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra tested it and says the mask provides some good anti-inflammatories anti-oxidants.
* This Hanacure mask, which is also dubbed "The Zombie Mask," claims to work in just 15 minutes and has over 2000 positive reviews
Korean rubber mask: Dr. Batra says a rubber beauty mask provides the skin with vitamins and antioxidants that may help with damaged skin and is meant to be used at the end of the day to calm and hydrate the skin -- which is what your face needs after a day of protecting yourself from the virus.
* This highly-rated rubber mask says it is good for uneven skin-tone, improves blemishes, and helps with skin moisturizing and elasticity
Magnetic face mask: The magnetic mask is popular on social media and claims to help your skin get a healthy and natural glow while pulling out toxins and impurities. Dermatologist Dr. Jason Emer tested it anf says he likes its ingredients, but warns to not waste your money on the highly-priced versions of it.
* This well-review and affordable magnetic mask says it removes dirt, cleans pores, remove impurities and excess oil, and helps skin heal itself.
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