October 8, 2020

Skin Inc Mask Liner Helps Prevent Mascne aka Acne

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Got mascne? Skin Inc Mask Liner apparently helps to prevent mascne aka acne and I’m trying it. I am a blemish-free dry skin girl but damnnnnnnnnnnnn masks cause all sort of issues. All that moist heat in a confined space means acne is bound to happen. I’m not breaking out but I am getting really small whiteheads around my chin. It’s rather annoying. Exfoliating helps a lot and also, going light with moisturizer and skincare around this area will also help to keep things clear but if you’re prone to acne I’m sure you’re suffering a bit when wearing a mask.

Skin Inc Mask Liner was created for such issues! This 20 pack Hypoallergenic liner set helps to prevent acne due to long-term mask wear. It’s made of a soft, none woven fabric that creases a barrier between you and your mask to keep your skin calm and cool. Just place a liner over your mouth as you would a mask and place your mask on top of the liner. What it hopes to achieve is to prevent your mask from rubbing around your face while keeping your skin cooler so you don’t break out.

Does it work?

I’m not sure but at $20 for a pack of $20 it really can’t hurt to try them out which is what I’m going to do! Plus hey, free shipping!

I’ll let you know what I think!

Skin Inc Mask Liners are available now at nordstrom.com.

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  • MDW

    It could be made of perhaps a super absorbent cellulose but like you said, harsh on dry skin. Maybe after the pandemic, they can re-market the material as oil absorbent papers. Been looking for advances in medical mask design. I prefer the kind that goes around the neck and base of head.

    I suppose manufacturers are skittish because if things get better, the overproduction could do them in.

  • kjh

    I suspect BS. One more layer of less breathability. Possibly the disposable nature could make us feel better about multiple use masks. Though maybe…I have 2 1/2 zits in that area, and I’ll be 72 soon. WTF???