The Strangest Beauty Products You’ve Never Tried
You’ve tried Emma Stone’s oversize lip mask and attempted the geode hair trend (with temporary hair dye, of course). But even if you spend all of your waking hours double-tapping and scrolling through beauty bloggers on Instagram, there will still be some products that fly under your radar. If you thought foil face masks were wacky, get ready for your jaw to drop. Scroll down to see the weirdest beauty products that are actually worth the experiment.
This sheet mask is specifically made to treat laugh lines. The hard part? Not laughing at yourself while wearing it.
Tony Moly ($6)
At-Home Nano-Current Facial
Although it looks a bit like an accessory that Xenon might don, this tool is meant to reverse signs of aging, erase acne scars and smooth the eye area.
Ziip Beauty ($495)
Yep, you read that correctly. But while the fragrance is meant to give off a sensual woodsy scent, the cannabis is more of a subtle, middle note.
DIY Fruit & Vegetable Mask Maker
All-natural beauty gurus, get ready for your newest obsession. This juicer-meets-DIY machine allows you to create your own goopy, nutrient-filled masks.
Grape Facial Spray
This delicate mist is derived straight from Bordeaux grapes (no longer reserved for our nightly glass of Cab). And thanks to its pure properties, it’s meant to drastically improve elasticity.
Charcoal Teeth Whitener
Much more gentle than its chemical-filled counterparts, this scrub is meant to be brushed onto your teeth for two minutes to reveal pearly whites. Just make sure you buy another toothbrush specifically for this use.
Squeaky Clean ($17)
Uplift Beauty Roller
While this may raise some eyebrows if it’s laid out on your dresser, it’s known for its instant-face-lift capabilities. Just roll the device in upward motions along your face and jawline and let the black tourmaline crystals work their magic.
Nurse Jamie ($69)
Chest Sheet Mask
Think you’ve seen every sheet mask out there? Think again.
Wrinkles Shminkles ($28)