Kate Hudson’s One-Step Weekend Prep Involves a Dragon Blood Sheet Mask 

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Kate Hudson preps for photo shoots with the help of key ingredient dragon's blood in her sheet mask. Find out what the interesting tree sap does here! Taylor Hill/FilmMagic

Bloody good beauty!  

The key ingredient in Kate Hudson's sheet mask might make you question whether or not she's working on Season 6 of Game of Thrones, but, trust Us, Dragon's Blood is as legit as Daenarys' claim to the kingdom. 

Friday morning – Prepping for the weekend ???????????? #tgif #werk #fableticsshoot ????????

A photo posted by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on Oct 9, 2015 at 9:40am PDT

Hudson shared a picture of herself in a sheet mask that covered her cheekbones, nose, and eyebrows. "Friday morning," she wrote on Oct 10 on Instagram. "Prepping for the weekend #tgif #werk #fableticsshoot."

Kate Hudson - WEI Face Mask
Kate Hudson uses the "Dragon Blood Eye Lifting Pads" by Wei Beauty to prep her skin.

Upon the recommendation from her celeb makeup artist Melanie Inglessias, the Fabletics co-founder was firming her skin with the "Dragon Blood Eye Lifting Pads" by Wei Beauty ($60, Weibeauty.com). While the name can be misleading, no dragons are actually used in the product (shocker). Instead the treatment sheets are formulated with an extract of red tree sap known as "Dragon's Blood." The crimson-tinted resin is supposed to diminish the appearance of sagging skin around the eye area and provide long-term firming and lifting benefits.  

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