While some beauty brands go for subtle design — think of Nude's softly curved bottles or Noxzema's solidly blue jars — drugstore standby Montagne Jeunesse does not. Its individually packaged face masks are loud, brash, and a little frightening. (Honestly, look at that blue mask and tell me you don't see Mothra.) But that's the fun of these. I haven't tried all of the offerings, but the mud masks do a nice job of balancing oily skin. At just $2 and change a pop, taking a trip to Fudge Sauna is ridiculously affordable, too.
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