The Tresor Rare Intensive Recovery Japanese Binchotan Zumi Mask is unusually expensive, but for those who can afford it it may be worth the cost.
The mask works with a two step process, with the user first applying its accompanying serum which contains active charcoal, looks black on the skin upon first application and then disappears into it. Then, users can place the second part of the mask onto their faces, which also contains active charcoal and claims to release negative ions that balance the skin. The mask is able to moisturize and detoxify the skin simultaneously.
At $5,000, this new skin-penetrating Tresor Rare mask will likely peak the interest of those with a taste for luxury.