Five different skin care masks that you need to try right now

I try to do a face mask for myself at least twice a week for great self-care. It’s important to pamper yourself and when I do my masks I feel like I’m giving myself mini spa treatments at home. They range in price too so if you don’t want to break the bank or are feeling like you want to splurge some coins, there are so many great masks out there that you can try. They rejuvenate your skin and give you a great sense of luxury and relaxation, so I highly suggest you give them a try!

I’m listing five different types of masks I’m obsessed with that you can pick up right now and start pampering yourself today.

Peel-Off Mask 
Though peel-off masks have gotten a bad rep, they can actually be great for your skin when using the right type. When done right, they gently remove the outermost layer of your skin to create a smooth texture. They’re a physical exfoliant, so it gets rid of nasty dead skin cells that are just sitting on your face.

Wash Off Clay Mask
Clay masks are used to draw out the toxins from your skin. They can absorb oil and unclog pores for my girls with oily skin. This can be a great way to prevent new pimples from surfacing and manage the excess oil that your skin naturally creates.

Sheet Mask
If your face is in need of hydration then using a sheet mask is one of the best ways to go!. They’re packed with vitamins and nourishing ingredients that are placed directly on your skin and sealed with the mask so the moisture is prevented from escaping. Plus, they're so quick and easy to use because you don’t have to wash your face after use. Just grab it, let it soak on your face for the recommended time and you’re done.

Sleeping Mask
If you are looking for a mask to really penetrate your pores, consider using an overnight sleeping mask. When we sleep our skin cells reproduce and replicate, so using a mask helps these new cells hydrate and brighten your face during that process. It also prevents unwanted toxins like dirt and dust from getting in your pores while you sleep.

DIY Mask
If you desire a more natural approach to skin care, you can also DIY masks at home with simple ingredients that can be found in your pantry. There are so many natural ingredients that are lovely for your skin and you can easily create a mask with a number of amazing ingredients:

-Aloe Vera
-Organic Honey
-Plain Greek Yogurt

I hope this makes you want to create a pampering night for yourself and pick up some masks. 
It’s a great way to decompress and I’m sure you won’t regret it!
Which type of face mask do you think you’d want to try?

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