It is no secret that I am a lover of face masks, I have always been intrigued by the actual benefits of using one and how they can actually work with our skin. Majority of the face masks I tend to use are more of a liquid based one but the trend within the past couple of years have been sheet masks. So that got me thinking, which type of mask is better.
Starting with more liquid masks I could rhyme off about 50 or so masks that I have tried and loved. From the Lush Mask of Magnaminty to the Instanaturals Dead Sea Mud Mask. There have been some clear favourites of mine over time. But one set of masks that I haven't been able to stop using yet are the L'Oreal Pure Clay masks. Now these are a fairly recent launch from a couple of months ago but there is just something about these masks that is just brilliant. They are lightweight and don't move or make my skin go dry. They have little exfoliating beads that help to clean your skin as well as caring for it. With the range covering brightness, oiliness, and clarifying there is bound to be one mask for everything. Or you can always multi mask which I tend to find the most convenient and effective as you can care for the different parts of your skin at the same time. I have done a full in-depth review about the masks which I will leave here.
Another favourite of mine has to the Ooharr Rosie Glow Mask. This was a favourite as it surprised me more than anything. This mask is one of the heaviest masks I have used before however it really does help to brighten my skin and add a bit of colour to it. I find that the results from this tend to last about 4 days before it's all gone. But if you were to carry on using this say once a week the results would really be there. The mask also helps to plump and soften your skin. Around the time I was trailing this I had terribly dry skin, I risked not applying any moisturiser the night I used this and just went to sleep straight after wearing this. And oh my what a difference, ...