A couple of years ago, patches and fabric masks literally blew up the beauty market. Still: there is no need to smear and rinse anything, plus no risk of staining clothes. For many, patches have become an indispensable (and for some, the main) stage of care.
Luxury brands were the first to pick up the Korean trend, but now there are more and more budget options. For example, recently the chain of stores "L'Etoile" presented patches of its own brand, made in the form of slices of fruits and vegetables. In addition to the cute design and compact packaging, the patches are also attracted by a really affordable price (only 148 rubles per package) and excellent quality: the products are developed and produced in the homeland of fabric masks - in Korea.
Hydro Soothing Cucumber
Each type of patches has its own functions: "cucumbers" are simply irreplaceable in the morning, when you need to quickly refresh your eyes and remove swelling from the eyelids. With regular use, dark circles under the eyes are noticeably lightened and redness disappears. Advice for the thrifty: so that one package lasts for a long time, and the slices hold better, cut them in two!
Regenerating patches "Orange" Vitalizing Orange
Orange patches are good for evening care: the serum regenerates the skin overnight, and by the morning the complexion is noticeably evened out.
Energizing Kiwi nutritional patches "Kiwi"
Kiwi patches will not relieve redness and swelling, but they perfectly nourish, give the skin elasticity. By the way, after using them, even makeup lays down better.
With softening patches "Strawberry" Softening Strawberry
L'Etoile Strawberry Slices are perfect for the winter: they soften and soothe chapped skin, and they smell like strawberry cheesecake!
About svezhayuschie patches "lemon» Refreshing Lemon
Lemon patches instantly tone and tighten pores, and with regular use, lighten small age spots and even out skin tone. If you do not need intensive whitening, then do not apply several patches, but simply wipe your face with one.
Price: 148 rub.
Text: Maria Stefanova Photo: Asya Zabavskaya