For the Love of Face Masks!

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Who doesn’t love a good face mask? 

You don’t need a reason to slap a face mask on, whether you’re winding down after a long day, or having a girls night in, face masks are the perfect way to treat yourself.

Face masks are used to target particular skin care concerns you may have. From issues, such as dry skin, acne, or excess oils, to deeper problems such as clogged pores or unwanted breakouts.

I put together ten face masks for all skins types ranging from affordable to high end.

GLAMGLOW SUPERMUD Clearing Treatment, $69

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This GLAMGLOW SUPURMUD clearing treatment targets, prevents and heals problem skin. Not only does it help with future breakouts but the after-effects of previous ones as well as extracts oils, bacteria’s, and toxins.

Mario Badescu Drying Mask, $18

Mario Badescu

Everyone with oily and acne-erupted skins needs a jar. This drying mask soaks up all excess oils, as well as pimples with non-irritating sulfur and calamine formula.

First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue, $30

First Aid Beauty

This red clay peel off mask gives you immediate results. In just 20 minutes the red clay detoxifies and deeply purifies by drawing out all of the toxins and impurities, leaving your skin soft, smoother, clearer, and glowing.

7 Wonders Amazonian Anti-Pollution Mask , $6

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This sheet mask is an advanced anti-pollution mask that detoxifies skin and helps purify and neutralize from the effects of environmental pollution.

Bliss Anti-Aging Clay Mask, $50

BLISS

Bliss’s Multi-‘Face’-eted contains a blend of spa-level  jojoba oil, detoxifying carbon, quartz, and 10% glycolic acid to correct 6 of the most common age concerns in one flexible clay treatment.

Formula 10.0.6 Pores Be Pure Skin Clarifying Mask, $6.99

Formula 10.0.6

This skin clarifying mud mask has berry boosters for blackheads and clogged pores, as well as strawberry and rosemary to eliminate impurities, while yarrow helps with skin complexion.

The Body Shop Tea Tree Mask, $17

Body Shop

Tea tree oil is known to help oily as well as acne prone skin. This cooling face mask gives a tingly menthol feel to help with redness and irritation. This product is also 100% vegetarian, with no sulfates, GMO’s, and animal testing free.
What Happened Last Night Face Mask, $4

What happened last night

This sheet mask truly helps detoxify and purge all clogged pores and oils. It also contains ginseng as well as Artemisia to wake up tired skin as well as soothe and calm redness.

Murad Acne Complex Clarifying Mask, $38

Murad

This skin clarifying mask absorbs pore-clogging dirt and oil while helping with skin complexion. Zinc oxide and licorice root extract work together to soothe, comfort, and calm skin, while kaolin clay diminishes excess oils and shine.

Freeman Revealing Peel Off Mask, $3.99

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This pomegranate peel off mask helps rejuvenate skin as well as purge excess oils and impurities. It has an 8-antioxidant blend as well as vitamins A and E to nourish the skin.

To save yourself some money you can make your own face masks as well. I found three homemade face masks that are amazing.

Honey and Papaya Lightening Mask

  1. Blend together 2 tablespoons of honey with 1/2 a cup of ripe papaya.
  2. Apply evenly on your face for 10-15 minutes.
  3. Rinse with lukewarm water and moisturize.

The purpose of this mask is to lighten any dark marks, hyperpigmentations, sun spots, and uneven pigmentation.

Essential Oil Mask or Oily Skin

  1. Mix together 1 banana, 1 tbsp of yogurt, 5 drops of peppermint essential oil, and 1/2 tsp of bentonite clay.
  2. Apply onto face and leave for 2o minutes.
  3. Rinse with warm water.

The clay unclogs all your pores while sucking up excess oils and leaves your face oil free.

Strawberry Face Mask

  1. Mash together 1/4 cup of strawberries with a half cup of yogurt.
  2. Apply to face and let sit for 10-15 minutes.
  3. Wash off with warm water.

Not only does this face mask smell good, but it’s also good for all skin types and stops future breakouts.