4 Best Face Masks for All Types of Skin

Face masks are so much fun! Here are my four current faves.

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I’ve been obsessed with face masks lately. I love to try a new one at least once a week, because you just never know what will work on your skin! You just might find the next miracle. 

I’ve tried peel off masks, regular clay masks, and sheet masks, and I’ve included each type below. Sheet masks are a new obsession of mine because honestly, I was a little scared of them at first! However, they’ve become some of my favorites. As a bonus, everything is under $10! Read on to see my four face mask picks:

Formula 10.0.6 Deep Down Detox Ultra-Cleansing Mud Mask

Formula 10.0.6 Deep Down Detox Ultra-Cleansing Mud Mask – $5.99

This super-affordable mask by Formula 10.0.6 is one of the best I’ve ever used. It smells so good, and applies so easily. A little goes a long way! It really cleans out your pores and leaves your skin feeling super soft and a little bit tighter (in a good way).

If my skin is feeling particularly oily or acne-prone, I use this mask up to three times a week and it really clears everything up. Definitely check this one out if you have combination to oily skin that wants to be balanced out!

Feeling Beautiful Pomegranate Facial Revealing Peel-Off Mask

Feeling Beautiful Pomegranate Facial Revealing Peel-Off Mask – $4.29

This may be the weirdest mask I’ve ever used but it’s also very fun and effective. This pomegranate mask by Feeling Beautiful cleans out and exfoliates your skin. To begin, this product is thick, which makes it tricky to work with, but I just warm the tube up under hot water for a few seconds and it becomes easier to apply. 

The mask sits on your face until dry, and then you literally peel it off like a sticker! It gently takes out all of the impurities and makes your face feel so clean. I don’t recommend this for dry skin, but give this a try if you have normal to combination skin.

TONYMOLY I’m Real Aloe Mask Sheet

TONYMOLY I’m Real Aloe Mask Sheet – $4.00

This mask is by TONYMOLY, a Korean beauty line that is absolutely all the rage right now. Their products are incredible, and truly work so well. This sheet mask is soaked with a moisturizing serum that really gets into your skin and replenishes it. You just lay the sheet on your clean, dry skin and let it soak in for about 20 minutes.

I love this because there’s no need to rinse, you kind of just pat in the excess. Definitely make sure to keep the product out of your eyes though, since the mask isn’t fitted to the shape of everyone’s face it can sometimes get in the eyes. Besides that, I loved this mask! It’s perfect for dry skin or any skin type that needs extra hydration.

Biore Self Heating One Minute Mask

Biore Self Heating One Minute Mask – $7.99

If you’re strapped for time but still want a really deep-cleansing mask, this one is for you. Biore is my favorite line for cleaning out pores and this one-minute mask will do that! It’s oil-free, so it won’t irritate your skin, and it heats up on your skin which is a fun feature. 

The charcoal purifies your skin and also cools your skin after it heats up, so this feels nice and refreshing. Give this a try if you’re looking for a quick face treatment! It’s suitable for all types of skin.

What do you think?

Do you use any face masks? Which ones do you like? Do you use any of these? Let me know in the comments!

3 thoughts on “4 Best Face Masks for All Types of Skin”

  1. I love Tonymony masks. I have super dry skin, especially when I get out of the shower. But for the price, these masks make my skin feel wonderfully smooth and they’re not as messy as other facemasks! I also love all the options they have! On Amazon you can get a pack of like 11 of them for only $10. It’s an amazing deal! I think I’ve also seen them sold for cheap at Targets and Walgreens. They’re totally my stress-relieving treat to myself on the weekends 😀 If the other products are just as good, I’ll have to try them out! Thanks for the shares!

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  2. I am allllll about those Tonymoly masks! I haven’t tried the aloe one yet but the red wine mask is the BOMB.
    I actually make my own masks using Aztec Secret clay mixed with some ACV – I actually learned about it here on CF way back in the day!

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  3. Love Tony Moly! And other Korean masks in general 🙂 A lot of Korean brands are easily accessible in my country so I buy a lot of these and use them twice a week. They’re also cheap here, about $1.40 each. Some shops even sell 20 sheets for $10!

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