Everybody wants flawless, picture-perfect skin. Everybody also loves to feel pampered, and face masks are the best way to do that. If there is one thing you shouldnâ€™t be cheap about, itâ€™s your skincare. With skincare, it is almost always true that a higher price tag comes with higher quality ingredients. So, ladies, if you want to feel like you just walked out of the spa, try out some of these luxury face masks at home!
The Cult Favorite
This mask by the famous brand Glamglow is a classic. It has quickly become one of the most popular items at Sephora. Itâ€™ll cost you a pretty penny at $69, but it may be worth it depending on your skin’s needs. This mask has mud and activated charcoal that are perfect for helping with blemishes and redness.
For Dull Skin
Try this bestselling Pumpkin Enzyme mask from Peter Thomas Roth to help with dull skin. This mask has real pumpkin enzymes and alpha hydroxy acid to chemically exfoliate the skin. Although this mask will cost you $58, the ingredients will result in a refreshed and resurfaced look. The pumpkin enzymes cause a tingling sensation when applied to the skin. Yes, it actually does smell like pumpkin!
For Dry Skin
The Rose Face Mask from world renowned skincare brand Fresh is perfect for hydrating and pampering skin after the winter! It has a natural, subtle rose scent to it. Thatâ€™s because it has actual rose petals in it! The luxurious ingredients include pure rosewater to soothe skin, cucumber extract for cooling, and antioxidant-rich green tea to brighten. This is great for sensitive skin and costs $62.
If You Want to Break the Bank
One of the most luxurious and expensive brands out there is SK-II. They are a Japanese skincare brand that uses a liquid derived from the sake-making process in their products. As a power house in Asian skincare, they naturally have some of the best sheet masks around. There Facial Treatment Mask is a bestseller, with there famous ingredient that contains vitamins, minerals and acids to promote natural skin resurfacing. The sheets are made of 100% cotton and cost a whopping $135 for 10 sheets.
There is an overwhelming number of masks in the world of skincare to choose from. The best way to start using masks is by experimenting. Not everything will work with your skin type. Always read reviews and look over the ingredients. High quality ingredients will result in high quality results! Thereâ€™s no shame in pampering yourself.