Earl Grey and Macaron Mask
If you thought macarons were reaching an over-saturation point like cupcakes circa Sex and the City, well, at least, they haven’t been included in a face mask yet stateside. MyBeautyDiary is an immensely popular Taiwanese face mask company that sells a luxury and natural line of use-at-home treatments, each with a signature ingredient. Some of their top sellers are the Japanese Cherry Blossom mask or Aloe mask. But a recent addition to their natural line made me scratch my head: this Earl Grey Tea and Macaron mask.
With English tea inspired ingredients like black tea ferment, bergamot essential oil, sweet almond protein, and sugar cane extract, the masks purports to brighten and liven dull skin. I have heard of applying a homemade avocado mask and then eating it with chips, so in theory the idea of an edible and topical facial treatment isn’t so strange. But until Laduree issues a press release about the physical benefits of macarons, I probably won’t be trying this particular mask.
Get it here.