Australian Women's Health posted "7 Photos That Prove Drew Barrymore's Favorite Skin-Care Product Is Legit" featuring Dr. Purvisha Patel and Visha Skincare.
Gone are the days when getting a luxe facial treatment required actually making an appointment with an aesthetician at your local spa (and lots and lots of extra income). With the advancement of at-home skin-care treatments and the popularity of K-beauty trends, you can get the benefits of a facial at home for a fraction of the price.
One of the most popular face masks is the South Korean at-home facial Hanacure, which has also been trending on Instagram and was even endorsed by Drew Barrymore in a stunning Instagram post. The self-described "all-in-one facial," is painted on the face and then dries tightly against the skin. It's supposed to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, smooth and even out the complexion, lift and tighten sagging skin, and brighten.
"When you take it off you are 10 years younger," Drew wrote of the facial treatment. She says it "changed her life."
“It has a combination of peptides and botanicals that could produce results," she says.
But since the formula is washed off after just 30 minutes, Patel says the improved appearance evident in many Hanacure before-and-afters might have to do more with moisturisation than anything else.