Inside this unassuming, innocent little package lives the stuff of nightmares. I’m pretty sure there should be some kind of trigger warning here so… consider yourself warned. Scroll down to experience the horror.


@beeeeeerrrrrry / Twitter

@beeeeeerrrrrry / Twitter

The shot, posted by Twitterer @beeeeeerrrrrry, records the results of a terrifying transformation following the application of a beauty mask stamped with Winnie the Pooh’s mug. Available from the Disney Store Japan, variations of the face pack include Mike and Sully from Monsters, Inc. and Big Hero 6‘s Baymax. Although the product has a list of warnings and is not recommended for anyone under 15 years old, among it’s benefits (thanks to Google Translate for this gem)…

“Pooh’s face has been printed, is a unique face mask appeared. If hovered beauty solution plenty of sheet in the face, makeover your skin moist slippery to heartwarming Pooh, would mind also healed with honey aroma!”

As Disney continues their tear of live-action remakes of animated classics like The Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast, costuming will be a simple task if YouTube ever becomes a source of inspiration. See below.