Face masks are so awesome because the formula works into your pores for a deeper clean than your typical moisturizers. Most masks harden while they're on your face, so you can slowly peel them off and reveal radiant skin underneath.
But peel-off face masks are a dime a dozen, appearing in every beauty store’s bargain bin as an impulse buy, so which brands can you trust? Well, first, you have to know your skin type. Masks tend to work best on oily skin, removing blackheads and whiteheads. If your skin is dry or sensitive, then you'll want to choose a mask that's specific to your skin type to avoid causing any damage when peeling it off.
We know that sometimes beauty can break the bank, so we went to Ulta to find the best values on the market. Turns out, you can totally enjoy cleaner and clearer skin on a budget. Below are the best peel-off face masks for a range of skin types.
Users rave about Boscia’s excellent line of products. Its pink charcoal mask is only available online, but with its great color and lasting effects, it's worth waiting for it to ship.
The Disco Kitten Mask might seem like a gimmick but the results speak for themselves. It also makes for a highly Instagrammable moment.
This affordable mask is particularly great for those with redness or acne. The cucumber extract will leave the skin feeling soothed and hydrated.
This Ulta-brand mask will elevate your skin no matter the occasion. It's also stellar for sensitive skin types as reviewers rave about its painless peeling experience.
Citrus and papaya are the secret ingredients to Formula 10.0.6, which help create lasting luminosity for your skin.
No need to lay it on thick with Soap & Glory—its mask dries quickly into a paper-like consistency. It also includes May Chang essential oil to give you a brighter mood as well as a brighter complexion.
Pür calls its formula an "Energy Complex," containing green tea, ginseng, and vitamin B. The formula coupled with this mask's serene cerulean tint will leave you feeling relaxed and clean.
There are many charcoal masks out there, and PureHeals is topmost among them. It contains “a potent detoxifier known for its oil-fighting properties," making it ideal for the oiliest skin.
The low price of Freeman’s Beauty Infusion masks only adds to the pros of this product. Hexa-peptides will boost your skin’s resiliency and other natural ingredients will create a beautiful glow to go with it.
Try this whipped mask for a different approach. Bliss incorporates marshmallow root extract into the formula to add hydration and produce a “lit from within” glow.
Another single-use option, Miss Spa wants you to enjoy the benefits of tea tree extract to clear up your skin. In addition to acne-fighting ingredients, this product does not contain fragrances or dyes and was not tested on animals, so you can feel extra good about using it.
Clean & Clear means business with what it describes as a rubbery face mask. It will cling extra firmly to dirt and irritants as well as peach fuzz, so apply wisely.
This mask includes properties from coffee beans, Panax ginseng, and a fruit acid complex to gently clean the pores and removes dead skin.
If you're struggling with acne, this is the mask for you. The clay mask reduces the appearance of pores and clears up redness and swelling from previous breakouts.