Since I’ve been on such a skin care kick lately I thought I’d share with you my absolute favorite face masks from the drugstore! I’m a firm believer that skin care doesn’t have to be expensive to work and since these are so inexpensive I’ve been able to try multiple face masks and narrow them down to share with you my favs!
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1. St. Ives timeless skin mineral clay firming mask.
This mask is a great pick me up for when your skin is feeling kinda droopy or tired. It gives off a nice green-grey tint to it that I love. My favorite part (that always cracks me up) is by the time this mask is dry you’ll have a hard time moving your face.
2. Global Beauty Care Charcoal wash-off mask
I first discovered this product in one of my ipsy bags and I have been in love ever since.
I can’t even tell you guys how good my skin feels after.
This one does a really good job of getting down into your pores and really lifting all the dirt and gunk out.
3. Dirty Works: The ultimate detox mud mask.
This packaging is to die for, first of all. This face mask is another good one for unclogging pores and it just leaves my skin feeling so happy and glowy.
4. Formula 10.0.6 KEEP YOUR COOL skin-calming mask with coconut and cucumber.
I saved the best for last. This stuff is my absolute favorite and I’m kinda mad I didn’t discover is sooner.
Acne was never a problem for me growing up but as of late is has been so when I’m having a flare up or my skin is extra bothered this stuff is a saving grace. I use it almost every day.
I have to say this isn’t like any mask I’ve tried before, I mean you can barely see it as its a gel. Which is just awesome because it feels so cool and refreshing once you put it on.
The best part of all of these masks is that they only take 10-15 of your time. Which is perfect.
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