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My Favorite Face Masks From $6 To $69


Say hello to one of the most requested blog topics to date! This post took me a little bit longer then expected to write. I was diligently gathering products, testing, re-testing, etc. In the process though I became a little bit of a sheet mask junkie. They’re my new favorites! Without further ado, let’s get to the highly requested post about my favorite face masks!

Glamglow Supermud Clearing Treatment – $69

I splurged on Glamglow for my Mom at Christmas when I bought her a gift set. I borrowed hers for a day, and y’all, I instantly fell in love. Never in a million years would I have thought that I would spend that much money on a face mask. I hope that proves the value in my mind to you. I instantly felt pulsating, and once I rinsed I could see an immediate glow. And that I’m not kidding about!

Beautycounter Charcoal Purifying Mask – $48

After trying a bunch of different Beautycounter products (like their latest Countermatch line or their staple line), this is one that I will forever have in my beauty cabinet. I first tried their Charcoal Cleansing Bar, which I liked but I didn’t like the mess it left in my shower. (If they ever came out with a liquid version I would hop on!) You may also remember me explaining that the tube pictured above has since been rebranded. It comes with pretty gold lettering now! I pair it with the brand’s Balancing Facial Mist. 

It Cosmetics Bye Bye Makeup Cleansing Balm – $38

So this might be cheating when it comes to face masks. I know that It Cosmetics labels this as a cleansing balm, but I’ve been using this as an intense overnight mask for about a year now. It gives intense and long lasting moisture! Simply apply it before bed, let it soak in a little, then head to sleep.

Lapcos Charcoal Sheet Mask – $6

Y’all, I wasn’t kidding when I said I was sheet mask obsessed! I have tried every version of these amazing Lapcos masks. So far my favorite has been this Charcoal version and the Honey one. Lapcos is a Korean beauty brand that have mastered a minimalist approach to luxury skincare – each elixir is crafted with a blend of distilled waters and nourishing minerals harvested from Northern European healing springs. I will definitely be stocking up on all of their masks!

Patchology Milk Peel Sheet Mask – $8

After I was introduced to sheet masks from the one above, I tried this Patchology version. With just one use I wasn’t very impressed, but after I had used them consecutively for about two weeks I saw a major difference in my skin. They’re so affordable too!

Are you as face mask obsessed as I am?! If you are, make sure you give some of these a try! Alright peeps, what beauty posts do you want me to share next?

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