As your girlfriend will probably tell you, face masks are awesome.
"Your skin looking a little tired lately? Face mask. You feeling a bit stressed or run down? Face mask. You in the mood to treat yo' self? Go and put a face mask on damn it," she will likely say.
Apparently a decent one can help hydrate skin, remove excess oils and help improve the appearance of your pores.
And then sometimes they can turn you into a human cloud...
A girl took to Reddit to share a snap of what happened to her face when she applied a certain product.
Things started like this:
And then quickly escalated to this:
How funny is that, seriously? I can't stop laughing at it. She looks like The Moon from The Mighty Boosh!
Speaking of moons, a 160-square-metre (1,720-square-foot) cabin has been constructed at the Astronautics Research University Beihang. It's called 'Yuegong-1' or 'Lunar Palace' and boasts impressive technology which simulates lunar conditions.
Four Chinese students will live in the cabin for 200 days to see whether they can handle the actual conditions on the moon. State broadcaster CCTV claims this is 'the world's most advanced closed-loop life-support technology so far'.
There are facilities which take care of human waste through a bio-fermentation process and they'll be able to grow vegetables and crops.
There isn't much inside the Lunar Palace. There are four bed cubicles, a bathroom, common room, a space for raising animals and a waste-treatment room.
A ceremony honours the astronauts of China's Shenzhou-11 spaceflight mission, January 2017, Credit: PA
It's the world's third bioregenerative life-support base, but the first that can sustain animals and microorganisms.
China hopes to have its first crewed outpost by 2022. Beijing first announced its plans for a lunar mission in 2004, which consists of three phases.
Maybe one day tiny humans will live on that woman's face too.
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