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If you’re a cold-cut lover, one of the most dividing debates is whether to call your sandwich a “hero” or a “sub” — we’ll leave that unanswered. However, there’s an even meatier topic at hand: Do you put bologna on your face?
Sure, if you’re a cafeteria kid poking holes in your bologna to make a face you may have been silly enough to do. But apparently, that’s not just reserved for the kids anymore.
Oscar Mayer’s new Bologna Hydrogel Sheet Face Mask on Amazon, although containing no meat, is one of the buzzworthy, unexpected things to come out of 2022 — and we’re not even three weeks in.
We thought we’d be tired of hearing about masks after the trying pandemic-ridden years we’ve faced (read: best KF94 masks) but, for $5, it’s a mask that certainly wowed us.
So, what’s in this bologna-inspired mask? While we were scouring the supermarket for actual Oscar Mayer bologna, the company was behind the scenes mixing witch hazel botanicals, collagens to protect, hydrate, lock in moisture and promote skin elasticity.
Sounds like a delicacy? That’s because it is.
And, according to Oscar Meyer — this is a meat yo’self mask, not just one to treat yourself.