5 Face Masks to Try

I am pretty much obsessed with face masks. I do one probably 4-5 days a week. I have tried many and some stand out more to me than others. These are ones I repeatedly come back to and feel like they really work well on my skin. Would love to hear if you have favorites other than these 5!

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Maya Chia Blue Refresh Mint Resurfacing Mask | Maya Chia can do no wrong in my book. It is one of my favorite clean skincare lines. When you first apply this mask it tingles and your skin stings a little, that is how I know it is working its magic. It is made with a mix of enzymes, hydrators and acids which really help to brighten and moisturize your skin. I like to follow up with the Maya Chia Pressed Serum after this mask, it is a dream combo.

Chantecaille Jasmine and Lily Healing Mask | I asked you guys for your most favorite Chantecaille product and this mask was by far the winner. I have been using it 6 plus months now and love it. This is great for chapped and dry skin, you can actually leave it on overnight for extra moisture if needed. It is filled with botanicals that really help to hydrate and soothe dry skin.

Colleen Rothschild Clarifying Detox Mask | CR Beauty is a line I have used for years. This is a tried and true favorite. It is works well to remove dirt and debris from the skin and truly detox it. The activated charcoal and French Clay work so well to remove impurities in the skin. On sale right now if you use code LOVE you can save 15%.

Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask | This is another mask I have used for years. This mask is BHA- and enzyme-powered and it helps with dullness and refining pores. It gets super tight when you wear it which I love. Your skin will really glow after this mask.

Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Mask | This is a gel mask so a little different from the ones above. It feels so cool when you apply it to your skin. It is rich in all these amazing ingredients cucumber, papaya, pineapple, sugar cane and maple, chamomile, orange and lemon, bilberry and aloe.  It is great to use after being in the sun or having facials as it really moisturizes and the aloe heals the skin You can also use it under your eyes to help with puffiness! I found it for only $35, almost $20 off regular price.

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    carol
    February 4, 2021 / 3:51 pm

    I always thought you had a degree of rosacea but perhaps the pinkness is due to doing masks 4-5 days a week? I’m not so sure that’s the best thing.
    Love the jammies on you though!

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