Hello Kitty is the adorable, mildly chubby, human-like kitty that we can't quite seem to get over, even in adulthood.
What isn't to like? Those weird whiskers, the little black eyes, that perfectly askew pink bow... okay, actually, Hello Kitty isn't that memorable when you describe her like that. It must be some sort of nostalgic connection to childhood that she elicits such excitement even when you're twenty five.
Regardless of how or why the Hello Kitty love never seems to die, there's good news for Hello Kitty lovers everywhere:
All of the products look absolutely to die for, but the mask is maybe the cutest of all. It is a little pricey, though, running a cost of $52 per tub.
But listen to how amazing it sounds:
"With cutting-edge, 21st-century biotechnology, five rose plant stem cells – Rose Commiphora, Desert Rose, Damas Rose, Pale Rose and White Rose – are blended with four rose extracts – Rosa Damascena, Rosa Canina, Rose Hip Seed and Rose Water – in a cooling gel to help invigorate and improve the look of skin vitality. Helps to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, dehydration, dullness and sagging as it helps strengthen and tone the look of skin. Skin is left looking silky soft, radiant, beautiful and youthful."
This is excellent news. Picture this: you're on a work trip, or at a destination wedding, and everything has gone wrong. The flight was delayed, the airport smelled like expired beef jerky, and the motel room you're stuck in reminds you of the horror flick you watched last month.
But then you pull out your toiletry kit and unzip the top, and a whole plethora of Hello Kitty comes tumbling out at you, ready to refresh you and make you smile.
It's not a solution to Global Warming or an end to the water crisis, but nonetheless it's a gift from the Hello Kitty gods, and we should thank them accordingly.