Face masks can be found literally anywhere these days. There’s so many different types for different skin tones. Wondering which mask is right for you? Keep reading to find out!
1. Clay Masks
We’ve all heard of or even used clay masks. There’s quite a few available on the market but they’re generally oil-absorbing. Clay masks create a tightening effect to help clear the pores on your skin and make them less visible. They are recommended for oily, acne-prone, combination, and normal skin.
2. Peel-Off Masks
Peel-off masks are like blackhead stripes except it covers the entirety of your face. They’re great for any skin issue and the mask will give you a brightening and toned look. You just have to let the mask dry completely to ensure the best results.
3. Sheet Masks
A skeet mask is usually made from cotton or paper and soaked in a liquide formula. Sheet masks are typically recommended for normal to dry skin however there are specific masks that are recommended for anti-aging or acne prone skin. These masks are soaked in product and there’s no need to rinse the skin. Better yet, grab all the extra liquide and hydrate any dry area on your skin.
4. Gel Masks
Gel masks are beneficial to oily, combination, normal, or acne-prone skin types because it hydrates the skin without oil. Gel masks are great at calming down redness on sensitive skin and soothes sunburns (like aloe vera gel).
5. Cream Masks
These types of masks are heavy due to their concentrated formulas which have moisturizing oils that help dehydrated skin. They’re perfect for normal to dry skin types and will actually give a dewy glow on the skin after applying. Also, there’s no need to rinse off cream masks since they act like moisturizers with a bit more oomph.
Estee Lauder has a great cream that makes skin look more supple and nourished. The Nutritious Vitality8 Overnight Creme can be found at various department stores such as The Bay or Holt Renfrew for $75.00