5 Drugstore Face Masks to Try This FallSeptember 30, 2020
This fall, treating yourself to an at-home facial using drugstore face masks should be a regular practice — especially if you can do so while working from home or in between Zoom classes. There are so many drugstore face masks on the market that rival high-end and luxe formulas, thanks to potent ingredients and efficacy. Ahead, we rounded up five of our favorite affordable masks to try this season.
L’Oréal Pure Clay Mask Detox & Brighten Treatment Mask
Inspired by the beauty benefits of charcoal, this mask can help to provide the complexion with a deep cleanse, purify pores and illuminate the appearance of skin in just ten minutes. Use it on its own or along with the brand’s Exfoliate & Refining Mask and Purify & Mattify Treatment Mask for a customized multi-masking recipe that targets all your skin-care needs.
Garnier SkinActive Super Hydrating Sheet Mask
Your dry skin doesn’t stand a chance against this super moisturizing and thirst-quenching face mask. Its combination of hyaluronic acid and pomegranate extract leaves skin feeling soft, supple and plump.
Vichy Double Glow Peel Face Mask
This glowy mask was developed to help rid the skin’s surface of built-up dead skin cells by the processes of physical and chemical exfoliation. It is formulated with volcanic rock, AHA fruit acids and the brand’s Mineralizing Thermal Water to gently exfoliate dead skin cells and brighten the appearance of the complexion.
Bliss Hangover Fix
This holographic foil face mask both looks cool and hydrates and brightens the skin. It has pear extract, bifida ferment lysate and electrolytes to leave you feeling smooth and looking radiant.
Pixi T-Zone Peel-Off Mask
For stubborn, congested T-zones, try this peel-off mask from Pixi. It is formulated with green tea, seaweed and avocado for a deep cleaning yet soothing finish. Once you try it, you’ll want to use it more than the recommended 1-2 times a week, it’s so good.
Design: Hannah Packer
Oily T-Zone? Here’s How to Deal
Unpoppable Pimples Are a Thing — How to Address Them, Ahead
7 Ways to Wake Up a Tired-Looking Face