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It's no secret sheet mask are all the rage and The Doctors check out a device that takes it to the next level! There is now a machine which, for about $50 online, allows you to create your own sheet masks at home. The question is, would you want to?
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra gives it a try. She explains you create your own juice with antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables and then you put a gelatin-like capsule into the machine. The machine's template outputs a sheet mask but the problem is, it's very difficult to pick up!
Dr. Batra tries to pick up two masks and each one breaks in half! Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon compares it to Jell-O! ER physician Dr. Travis Stork notes it might just be better to make a mask using the ingredients and put it right onto your face.
Other masks you can buy on the market or get at a facialist often have added ingredients like humectants, antioxidants, and are more hydrating than this one you make on your own. She says it's a ton of work and it's difficult to actually get the mask onto your face. Dr. Batra says this product is "wack!"