Favorite Face Masks
Life can be stressful. There is never a time when I'm not stressed about all the million things I need to get done, and it can really be overwhelming when it feels like it's one thing going wrong after another. One of my favorite ways to wind down is with a face mask. There's nothing more relaxing than coming home from a rough day at work, applying a face mask, and settling in for the night.
I've rounded up my current favorite masks in this post and they're all great for those who have sensitive skin like I do, and even if you don't I think these would be a great thing to add into your skincare routine! I usually do a face mask 2-4 times a week.
These Korean sheet masks are amazing. I look like I'm in a horror movie when I wear them but they are so moisturizing and leave my dry skin super soft. You don't have to rinse your face after you're done with them either- you can can just peel it off and throw it away and let the nutrients from the mask soak into your skin until it's dry. They are so convenient and easy and I love using them after a long flight or just a long day of traveling.
I think my favorite thing about this mask besides the price, the most delicious smell, and the ingredients, is that you get so much product! This tub is 6 oz. and bound to last you awhile. Kaolin clay plays a big part in this mask which makes it purifying yet moisturizing at the same time, and the coconut oils and shea butter soften, condition, and repair the skin. Hibiscus flower extract is also in this mask to help your skin maintain elasticity. This radiance mud mask truly does it all and leaves my skin glowing!
This Fig+Yarrow mask is and (probably always will be) one of my favorites. Because it allows you a level of customization, it's actually quite fun to use and I 10/10 would recommend for sleepovers if I still went to those. It smells so good and the ingredients are clean and simple which are great for my sensitive skin. After using this mask, my skin feels so soft and exfoliated! It also washes off easily and cleanly which is something I really like in a mask. My only con with this product is the clean up. Because it's a loose powder, it can get a little messy but besides that I have nothing else but good things to say about this mask!
Bottom line, these are some face masks that are worth checking out especially if you love pampering yourself from time to time or want to add something new into your skincare routine!
Have any of you all tried these masks? Also, what are some of your favorite ones? Let me know in the comments!