I’m a sucker for a good facial mask! There’s just something about slathering on some sort of cream or gel that makes me feel a little bit more grown-up (than I actually am) and that I’m doing something good for my skin.
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My Favorite Facial Masks
The criteria for a face mask for me isn’t too steep, just give me something that feels good and makes me look/feel refreshed and I’m set! And while I’ve got my eye on trying something like the CurrentBody LED Mask, for now I’ve only tried ones that come in a jar or a pouch!
I’ve rounded up a few of my favorites today, but let me know if you’ve got some you like, I’m always looking for new ones to try!
Peter Thomas Roth Masks
I bought a gift set of three Peter Thomas Roth masks from Sephora last Christmas and I’m really hoping they have it again this year! The set included a charcoal mask, cucumber gel mask, and a 24k gold mask (seen above). I love using them all and I promise you that every time I use the gold mask my skin instantly becomes brighter! Individually these sell between $52-$80 but the gift set with smaller size jars was only $25! Fingers crossed they carry it again this year!
Sephora Face Masks
I love Sephora brand products and their facial masks make my cut. While I prefer a cream or gel mask to paper ones – they can be a little more messy, I’ll still use them! These generally run about $6.
Freeman brand masks are always in my bathroom cabinets! They come in all kinds of varieties from foaming to charcoal to purifying, rejuvenating, and more. My favorites are the Avocado and Oatmeal Clay Mask, Cucumber Peel-Off Mask, and Charcoal & Black Sugar Polishing Mask. You can buy these packs for about $2 apiece!
GlamGlow YouthMud Tinglexfoliate Treatment
I received a deluxe sample size of this mask in an Ipsy bag and the brand lives up to its great reviews! GlamGlow makes lots of different products so I’m hoping to try some more! This full size jar sells for $69 but based on the reviews I’ve seen, it may be worth every cent!
Originally published November 1, 2016