The Best Face Masks for Your Skin Needs

With so many different facial treatments on the market, it can be overwhelming trying to choose the right product for your skin needs. And once you get your daily skin routine down, adding a new product (like a face mask) can be tricky. So we thought we’d put together a list of our favorite face masks to use, depending on your specific skin type.

For dull skin, try an exfoliating mask.

When your skin is looking a bit drab, it’s typically because you need to exfoliate (and remove) the dead skin cells. An exfoliating mask is perfect! This Feeling Beautiful Charcoal & Black Sugar Facial Polishing Mask is an incredibly effective (and affordable) option.

For breakouts, try a deep cleansing mask.

If you have acne-prone skin or are experiencing more breakouts than usual, a deep cleansing mask with oil-absorbing properties is the perfect solution. Try Peter Thomas Roth Therapeutic Sulfur Acne Treatment Masque for a clearer complexion in minutes.

For dry skin, try a hydrating face mask.

For skin that’s lacking moisture, a hydrating face mask full of anti-oxidants is your answer. We highly recommend Fresh Black Tea Instant Perfecting Mask for a remedy. The unique whipped texture is cool to the touch and leaves your skin looking and feeling super soft. And for a more affordable option, try making your own avocado honey and yogurt mask using our recipe!

For black heads, try a pore-refining mask.

If blackheads are your skin’s worst enemy, give a pore-refining mask a try. Products that contain clay are particularly effective (like Kiehl’s Rare Earth Pore Cleansing Masque) because they attach onto dirt and oil beneath the skin, removing them as you wipe the mask away.

For aging skin, try a firming face mask.

If you’re noticing signs of aging, a firming face mask will quickly become your best friend. Glam Glow GravityMud Firming Treatment is made using an innovative formula that leaves your skin feeling tighter and firmer instantly. Once dry, the mask easily peels away for a no-mess cleanup.

What face masks do you use?