Chrissy Teigen swears by this clarifying face mask and it costs just $10

Even better, you can pick it up on your next trip to Target

Chrissy Teigen
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Did somebody say beauty bargain? Chrissy Teigen has just shared the clarifying face mask she swears by, and it costs less than ten dollars. We think we speak for everyone when we say this recommendation couldn't have come at a better time.

Of course, this isn't the first time Chrissy has shared some of her skincare secrets on social media. The Le Prunier Plum Beauty Oil was trending for weeks after she revealed that it's one of the products behind her glowing skin, and you'll still struggle to find it in stock online.

Most recently, though, the star has taken to share a few of her beauty staples from her bathtub – because where else? Keep reading to get your hands on the mask for yourself.

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Taking to Instagram Stories she said, "Hello, Versed. I'm obsessed with this. The packaging. The mask. The fact it's made in Thailand and also distributed in West Hollywood, like, that's basically me."

Charcoal is known for its ability to draw impurities from the skin, and you'll find it in face masks everywhere. This particular mask contains two different types of charcoal and clay to decongest skin and lift dead skin cells for a clearer complexion. Perfect if you're struggling with breakouts from mask-wearing.

What's more, the resealable pack contains 12 doses, meaning the mask works out as about 83 cents per use. We love a beauty bargain!

Versed Find Clarity Purifying Face Mask, $9.99, Target (UK £9.50, Cult Beauty)

Versed Find Clarity Purifying Face Mask, $9.99, Target (UK £9.50, Cult Beauty)

Another of the star's bath time products is by her longtime friend and go-to hairstylist, Jen Atkin, the OUAI Scalp and Body Scrub ($38/£32). "Loving this right now, it's sticky all over my body," she explained.

If it's good enough for Chrissy, it's good enough for us.

Lucy Abbersteen

Lucy is a UK-based beauty journalist who has written for titles including Marie Claire, Glamour and OK!, as well as contributing to woman&home. Her work covers everything from expert skin and haircare advice to beauty trends and reviews of the latest products. During her career she regularly speaks to the industry's leading hairdressers, dermatologists and make-up artists, has covered backstage at London Fashion Week and interviewed many a celeb about their beauty routine.