Face masks are great for their skin-improving benefits, but for the time you've got one on, you temporarily look a little scary—but as Japanese company Isshindo is proving, this doesn't have to be.
Isshindo specializes in small snack items, but since last year, its been branching out into the world of beauty and selling face masks. Now, in partnership with the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo, Isshindo has designed two cute masks after Kunde the Sumatran tiger and pandas Ri Ri and Shin Shin from the zoo.
A portion of the proceeds from the sales of the face masks will go towards protecting the animals and improving their facilities at the zoo. The panda and tiger face masks come in a set for about $8, available as of May 23.
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