February 5, 2018

Sorry Dr Jart But Shake & Shot Rubber Masks Are Creepy AF

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Dr Jart But Shake & Shot Rubber Masks ($12) are a new edition to the brand’s line of popular rubber masks but man, they are creepy as hell! Granted, the images on the rubber masks have always been disturbing but even more so now with the 3D raised design and the straw stuck between the pouty little mouth! It’s like a horror movie come to life.

There were moments while looking at the promo images where I was like, “Bring out the gimp!” Sorry, I went there!

If you can get passed that hecka crazy creepy packaging these might be worth exploring! The masks are apparently formulated with potent actives that address a variety of issues such as dullness, fine lines, loss of elasticity and more.

Rubber and gel masks apparently penetrate skin more deeply than sheet masks which is what these promise. I will say in my experience I prefer sheet masks because they seem to hydrate better not to mention they aren’t slipping and sliding off your face the way gel masks do.

The masks come with a spatula for application and provide a DIY-like experience which allows you to mix your own mask. Just combine the booster powder with the liquid ampule and shake it together to create the mask. Apply it with the spatula, wait 15 to 20 minutes, and gently peel it off.

Formulas include:

  • Shake & Shot Rubber Hydro Mask (hydrates and helps retain moisture)
  • Shake & Shot Rubber Soothing Mask (calms sensitive, irritated skin)
  • Shake & Shot Rubber Brightening Mask (brightens dull skin)
  • Shake & Shot Rubber Firming Mask (Improves skin elasticity while firming)

These are available now at sephora.com just so long as you aren’t afraid of them eating your face you’ll be fine.

Really, you will be.

Maybe.

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  • kimkats

    NO. Just… NO. Actually, it’s nononononononononono…… Too scary for this ol’ girl!!!

    Those really are creepy as feck aren’t they? **shudder**

  • Jayne

    I’d be interested in trying them if they sold refill packets of the mask formula. It is way too wasteful to get a plastic mixing cup every time you buy a single use mask.

  • Fey P

    I need these as a centerpiece for my dinner table.
    In all seriousness, I didn’t realize rubber masks were a thing. I will try soothing one.

  • breyerchic04

    I bought the bright one the day they came out. the ampoule is amazing,but my god. No.no.no. that packaging. Plus honestly the cup is too big to mix it in anyway.

    • Isabella Muse

      I need to try! They have been out a while in Korea but I never bothered because I don’t like the original rubber masks!

  • Sarah

    Ok, I’m guilty of buying one. I purchased the hydrating mask. Yes, the container is weird and to be honest, so is the mask itself. 12.00 for a one mask is pricey. It was a nice little splurge, but I won’t re-purchase. I’m also over the mix it yourself kits. Why should I do all the work and pay the heavy price.

    • Isabella Muse

      LOL I love you! “why should I do all the work and pay the heavy price” too true haha!

  • Tabitha Bachert

    Ok I feel this is probably a silly question because its more than likely just a texture that’s similar to rubber but i cant find the info that would answer my question. Do you know if these are safe for someone with a latex allergy to use?

    • Isabella Muse

      Not silly at all, don’t quote me but they don’t actually contain latex I don’t think. Only a reference to the texture of the the original masks which looked and felt like latex.