Rihanna’s “Cookies N Clean” Face-Mask was just here, and it’s Sold-Out Already

Rihanna’s Fans literally said, “Bitch”, Better Have My Money.

Pulkit Srivastava
2 min readApr 24, 2022

Singer, Artist, and Beauty Moghul, Rihanna was back with another Fenty Product and we had been waiting for eternity to get it on our faces. After all, who would not want to get the Bad Gal’s products, in hopes that it would make our skin even a fraction of what Riri’s is? However, we’d have to wait for God knows how long. Yeah, you guessed it right, as per Fenty’s website, the ‘Cookies N Clean”, the Whipped Clay Detox Face Mask is sold out already.

The website reads, “We know you’d love it, but now it’s out of stock! Sign up to be notified when it’s back in stock.” The Iconic Face Mask is composed of Salicylic Acid and Charcoal. Like other iconic products by Rude Boy Hitmaker, the product is Gluten-Free and Cruelty-Free.

The Internet has gone gaga over Fenty’s first-ever Face Mask, obviously; it’s sold out, remember. The Iconic Mask has been marketed as a product, which will “deeply detox your pores without the dry out”, and “fights shine all day”. With a brilliant USP, Rihanna’s Brand Value, and Stellar Past-Products, the “Cookies N Clean” Face Mask was bound to get out of stock. We just hope we’d be able to get this on our faces when it is stocked up, and girl, this time, step up the supply.

Rihanna mentioned, “I’m all about that glow without the shine when it comes to my beauty and skincare routine. I wanted to create a moment of self-care for everybody that helps oil and shine in check but won’t leave your skin feeling tight or dry after.” Rihanna had been posting about the mask on her Instagram for quite a few days, building anticipation for the product, and the tactic worked well.

The packaging of the product is so minimal, clean, and pastel, exactly how we expect the product to be. I bought the mask merely because it was Rihanna’s and that it was Lilac, wrote a User, on Instagram, but it’s Rihanna and it’s Fenty, the quality has to be immaculate. YouTube is already filled with beauty influencers singing praises for the product, and we’re more than convinced to get our hands on the “Fragrance-Free” Face Mask that fights all our skin impurities.

Well, we’re waiting for the colossal mask to be back in stock, Riri, would you mind giving us a new album, Please.

Originally Published in “The National Bulletin.”



Pulkit Srivastava

Fashion Writer who is also fond of Literature, Poetry, and Feminist Analysis. I aspire to cover Met Galas and International Runways some day.