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Drew Barrymore is at it again with another round of her Instagram series dubbed "Beauty Junkie Week." As a self-proclaimed beauty lover herself, the actor and Flower Beauty founder regularly treats her followers to skin care and beauty tips — and many of her favorite finds are affordable and easy to use.
This week, Barrymore resurfaced one of her favorites: the Hanacure mask. The effective yet slightly scary-looking mask is a Korean beauty product developed to improve the look of fine lines, wrinkles, dullness and more.
In her short, five-second video, Barrymore says "Hanacure" with the dried mask already on her face. The straightforward comment didn't need much of an explanation as followers could already see the scaly and slightly-brown product slathered on her skin.
"#BEAUTYJUNKIEWEEK IS HERE!" she wrote in her caption before raving about Hanacure. "It just felt right. Let’s get her started with @hanacure because it gets the job done! Intsa facial!!!!!! I swear by it! Slather one on, get tiiiiiiigggghhht, and voila! A professional-level treatment at home. Trust!"
The dermatologist-tested mask goes on like a gel and quickly (and visibly!) tightens skin upon drying. The effect is a scaly and cracked look that's just as intriguing as it is distasteful.
According to the brand, CO2 OctoLift technology is the secret behind the product. When the lifting serum and gelling solution are mixed and exposed to carbon dioxide, it produces a compound that clarifies skin on contact.
The all-in-one facial also includes botanical extracts and peptides that are formulated to boost collagen, leaving you with smoother skin and a brighter complexion.
Monday's post wasn't Barrymore's first experience with the Hanacure mask. In 2017, she introduced skin care lovers and celebrities to the product with a shocking selfie.
Since her first post surfaced, thousands of Instagram users have shared before and after photos under the hashtag #hanacureeffect. The skin care treatment's popularity is one of the reasons the $29 starter pack is currently sold out on the brand's site.
You can also find the four-treatment set, which is a bit of splurge but includes four lifting solutions, four gelling solutions and a brush to mix and apply the product.
So if you're looking to pamper yourself at home with a salon-worthy facial, this celebrity-approved kit is worth a try.
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