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When she saw this "Cleopatra-style" mask that Jessica Simpson has tried, Rach wasn’t sure what to expect ...
“Gold’s been used for centuries in skin,” beauty expert Gretta Monahan explains.
“It’s actually anti-inflammatory," she continues. "It actually helps to reduce inflammation in the skin, beautify, and also acts as a booster to all the other ingredients. It drives them in deeper."
One of our viewers, Cathleen, was chillaxing right on our set in a gold mask that contains moisturizing serum and gold nanoparticles. Talk about a luxury beauty experience!
(The sparkly mask Gretta used on our viewer also comes in partial face and under eye options -- and Gretta says celebs are known to use them before red carpet appearances!)
Watch the video above to see what Cathleen had to say about the mask after Gretta and Rach peeled it off for her!
One important caveat, though: "If you have a metal allergy, I would steer clear," says Gretta.