If you thought snail slime was the limit, think again. New Zealand-based nanofiber manufacturer Revolution Fibres has launched a sheet mask made from fish skin, according to a report published by Stuff.

OK, we may have simplified that just a little; indeed, the mask is actually made from fibers drawn from droplets of a solution formed from collagen extracted from hoki fish skins and bioactives including kiwifruit extract, honey and hyaluronic acid.