You probably look forward to the time you get to spoil your skin with a mask. Masks are arguably one of my favorite beauty indulgences—I unabashedly and obsessively mask three to four times a week with different formulas depending on how my skin is feeling that day. Most of the time my skin comes out looking its best post-mask in my tiny apartment bathroom, no spa necessary. But there's one thing I credit with making my masking session feel even more legit: a face mask brush. Before you roll your eyes at this extra step in your masking routine, hear me out. Have you ever thought about all the dirt, oil, and grime you're transporting onto your skin when you apply a mask with your hands?
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