Saving Face: Where To Stock Up On Masks

If you’ve finally found a face mask you like, it can be tough to keep it in stock in your medicine cabinet, especially if it’s more pricey. Here are some of my suggestions for buying in bulk.


Our benevolent soon-to-be overlords at Amazon have literally everything. If it’s Korean beauty products you’re into, there is an abundance of products on the site, whether it’s sheet masks, bubble masks, or mud.

Korean beauty sheet masks

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You can also get larger sizes of domestic brands from Amazon. But be warned, some of these, like Glamglow, are not any cheaper.

Vichy Clay mask

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If you’re a Costco member, the stores and website carry a sometimes-surprising selection of skin care products. Pro tip: If you shop online, you don’t need to prove that you’re the card holder, you just need someone else’s login.

Tatcha LUMINOUS Deep Hydration Lifting Mask 4-pack

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Marshall’s/TJ Maxx

This has been mentioned before as kind of a grab bag. As long as you keep an open mind, you can usually find some true treasures at Marshall’s or TJ Maxx.

For example, right now TJ Maxx has Clarisonic brushes online (not a mask, but in the skincare category!) 


Global Interpark

I have not tried this option myself but sometimes the best option for Korean beauty is buying directly from Korea. This e-commerce site has a huge selection of K-beauty masks available in bulk at prices that typically end up being a couple dollars per sheet mask.

Molly Podlesny is a law student based in Phoenix, Arizona.