Kim Kardashian, Jessica Alba, and Rosie Huntington-Whitely are all fans of this hydrating skin care.

By Summer Cartwright
Jul 11, 2020 @ 5:00 am
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When it comes to celebrity skin-care budgets, it seems as though the limit does not exist. Take Chrissy Teigen, Twitter’s unofficial ambassador, whose brand is basically being relatable — she posts memes, we post memes, we’re one in the same. But her skincare routine costs a casual $800. You know what else is valued at $800? My first car. We are no longer one in the same. 

But just because us lay-people need to take out a loan to match our favorite celebs’ beauty routines doesn’t mean we can’t attain just one of the magic skin-care items that they credit. Especially if it’s something that a bunch of stars with skin so lush, so plump, and so bright that it’s nearly blinding, use to get their gorgeous glow — like the Summer Fridays Jet Lag Mask. (Remember when jet lag was the biggest thing to worry about while traveling? Ah, memories). 

The hydrating face mask is made with a bunch of anti-inflammatory ingredients that can help soothe puffy skin and combat signs of aging. And according to the brand, Kim Kardashian, Jessica Alba, and Rosie Huntington-Whitely all use it. Considering each one of these ladies has skin as smooth and angelic as Harry Styles’s voice, we’re taking and bolding this note. 

But this mask isn’t just some fluke that comes with a celebrity endorsement; it’s seriously beloved in the skin-care world. Within two weeks of launching at Sephora, it was the store’s best-selling skin-care product. And, according to Summer Fridays, the mask is so popular that a tube of it sold every two minutes in 2019. Considering how often it sells out this year (very), we’re not surprised. Finding this mask in stock at Sephora is like finding a man without a picture of himself and a fish on a dating app. It’s next to impossible. But luckily, it’s in stock right now.

Included in the soothing face mask are ingredients like niacinamide, an anti-aging super vitamin form that can help even out your skin’s texture and protect it against hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, and fine lines. It also has vitamin C, another anti-aging element that works as an antioxidant and is beloved for its ability to treat dark spots. It’s basically got everything a person could wish for when it comes to a face mask. It’ll give you a soothing and cooling feeling while you’re wearing it, and after, it’ll leave your skin refreshed and rejuvenated. It’s like going to the spa minus the awkward small talk and large bill. 

More than 120,000 people have given this nourishing face mask a “heart” on Sephora’s site, so for all the skeptics out there: Picture an average football stadium filled with spectators and double that. That’s how many people have enjoyed the mask so much that they took their sweet time giving it some love online. 

While it’d undoubtedly be nice to have the means to buy all the things a celebrity uses in their very full and very intense skin-care routine, you can still take part with one of their heralded products — especially when it comes in packaging that looks like art. Below, shop this celeb-loved face mask before it sells out (again). You deserve a little at-home spa moment.  

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Shop now: $48; sephora.com