For years women have been crowding their bathroom cabinets with serums, creams, and ointments claiming to reverse or even eliminate the aging process. Society is obsessed with looking younger and this quest for youth has inspired many products to emerge into the cosmetic market.
There are a variety of face lifting and wrinkle reducing procedures that have become popular options for those seeking a younger look. However, there are also many at home facial remedies that claim to offer similar anti-aging effects.
The Hanacure mask, originating from South Korea, claims to reduce the aging process. The Hanacure mask is ultimately a gel mask inspired by the lotus flower which symbolizes rebirth and purity in Asian culture. The claim for this product is that you only need to use it once a week for about a month to see the sought after anti-aging results.
The Hanacure mask addresses multiple skin concerns at once with just a thirty-minute process. The mask includes a two-step system with a lifting serum and a gel.
Before you apply the mask, you mix the serum and the gel which then forms what the brand calls; a “purifying compound”. Botanical extracts and peptides blend in order to brighten and moisturize skin while simultaneously soothing it. During the application, carbon dioxide fuses with air and causes the mask to tighten on the skin which not only aids in tightening but also pulls out toxins and dirt from the pores.
Ever since this mask was released last January, it has sold out consistently. Many celebrities, such as Drew Barrymore, and regular people alike are true believers that this mask is the most natural, anti-aging solution on the market.