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Top 5 face masks

Being in the masking challenge thread got me wondering what your top 5 face masks are (sheet or wash-off).  I like face masks, so please share your favourites and why.  

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Thanks for sharing, @newcarlee !

I have a sample of the Tata Harper mask, and that Farmacy mask is on more than 1 list. It is fun to see everyone's current favourites.

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@newcarlee  I happen to have every one of your favourite sheet masks in my personal inventory at this moment! The only one I’ve tried is the Too Cool For School Egg Cream Mask (which I quite like), so now I’m really looking forward to trying the rest! Smiley Happy

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Hi @PinkEvergreen, just to let you know: the TCFS egg cream sheet mask is way different than all my other faves. Lovemore and others are all watery essence types with little fragrance. The egg cream one, as you know, is a creamy serum based. I really love the creamy serums but have found most to be way too strong of a smell for me, or strange fit or something.

Top 5 face masks

here are my top 5 sheet mask favorites as of now @l8totheparty

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@lmaster I feel like there's an SNP mask with a very similar design to the BNBG. I assume they are different masks because they are different brands, right?

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This sounds familiar @ShortErica but I'm not positive

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Great picks, @lmaster! I've been pleasantly surprised by how well all of the Biobelles I've tried have been.

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They are one of my favorite brands  @quspork 

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@lmaster I need to get on that TCFS. I bout three of them on sale at ulta and then got occupied with others! I think I might have the pineapple too. Ok... low buy needs to be a thing for me🤦🏻‍♀️

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@missjeanie who are you telling! 😂😉

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@lmaster  Right! 🤦🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️🙄

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Thanks for sharing, @lmaster . I haven't tried any of these!  Granted, I've only tried 3 sheet masks so far. 

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@l8totheparty you will find some loves for sure

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Ooohhh, fun question! Here are my can't do without, will always have on hand favorites 🤩


Clay: Omorovicza Ultamoor Mud Mask

Pure magic in a jar! Does a great job of soaking up excess oil, but also manages to plump my skin and diminish finer lines for a couple/three days too. Lovely herbal scent. Crazy expensive, so I don't use it as often as I want to, but I can usually get minis on eBay super cheap...around $30-35 per ounce, which is muuuch more palatable than retail 😋


Exfoliating: PTR Pumpkin Enzyme Mask

Another magic product. I only use it once every two weeks or so (I have another scrub I use once every other week, and lots of other exfoliants in my routine, so I try not to overdo it), but I'm always thrilled with how my skin looks and feels afterwards. It smells divine, I love the size and quantity of the grit in it, and everything else in my routine just soaks in so much better afterwards. 


Sheet mask: anything Biobelle

I'm not a sheet mask junkie at all; the genre isn't my favorite to begin with, but for a quick moisture fix, I find them the best way to go. I keep trying new ones, but nothing has come close to Biobelle for me in terms of fit, comfort, scent, and moisture. Their tencel fabric is simply amazing, it fits like a second skin, and all of the ones I've tried have had either a very light scent or none at all. 


Sleeping mask: Julep Night Shift

Really rich but still lightweight; better for me in winter than summer, but even still, it's a year round favorite for whenever I need a little extra pampering and nourishment. 


And to round out my top 5, I'll give a shout out to L'Oreal clay masks. I've tried 4 of them now, and they are all really nice (minus the floral scent on one of them...but I don't remember which one that is now lol). The lemon is my favorite; I love the scent, and it's also got a few scrubbies in it (they are bigger in size than the ones on the PTR mask, and fairly well rounded off, not sharp at all...the exfoliation is very gentle with this one). All varieties wash off easily and do a great job of soaking up excess oil without over stripping or drying out my oily but dehydrated skin.

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Plump skin and diminish fi e lines for a couple days?!  Sign me up! But at $30 per ounce cheapest you can find....ouch.


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Yes, I hate how expensive it is, and how I allowed myself to fall in love with it...most of the time I won't even allow myself to try the expensive samples lol 😣 But, considering retail is ~$125 for 1.7oz ($75/oz), at least I can find it cheaper for every now and again usage and keep it in my life 😋

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What a fun post! I have been into masking lately and I had someone compliment my skin on how much more glow it had to it.


1. Peter Thomas RothPumpkin Enzyme Mask Enzymatic Dermal Resurfacer. I love the smell of this one, it smells like pumpkin pie! It also helps make my skin look super smooth and I noticed that after I use it my foundation goes on smoother. Tongue387...Smiley Tongue


2. OLEHENRIKSENCold Plunge Pore Mask, this one has the clay base and also tiny beads in it. I find that it offers a light exfoliation Tongue431848Smiley Tongueroduct


3. Tatcha Violet-C Radiance Mask If my skin is looking sallow and needs a pick me up, I use this one! Tongue420699Smiley Tongueroduct


4. LANEIGEWater Pocket Sheet Mask Sleeping Mask (Replenishing), this one has so much hydration! The sheet is dripping with product when you open it. TongueSmiley Tongue


5. tarte Pack Your Bags Undereye Patches. These gel masks feel so cooling under the eye and helps with the lines as well. TongueSmiley Tongue


<3 Melissa

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Thanks for sharing, @melissabt !  More masks to look at.

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The Laneige sheet mask is absolutely wonderful @l8totheparty!

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Hm I’m not really a massive masking person but there are I think exactly 5 masks/peels/treatments I can think of that I do enjoy using on occasion...


1. Philosophy The Microdelivery Resurfacing Peel - This is one of my favorite skin care products period. I use it once a week to brighten and exfoliate my skin. It’s incredible. 


2. Peter Thomas Roth Un-Wrinkle Peel Pads - I think these have been rebranded and reformulated but I use these a couple times a week between Philosophy peels. I love how quick and easy they are to use, and my skin feels so nice and smooth after. 


3. Ole Henriksen Cold Plunge Pore Mask - Clay masks usually really dry me out but this one is cooling and refreshing. It’s such a fun color too!


4. Farmacy Brightening Coconut Gel Sheet Mask - Sheet masks feel super weird on me despite my best attempts to like them, but I enjoy the instant brightening the Farmacy ones give. If my skin looks like it needs a quick pick me up but I don’t want to do a full treatment I’ll reach for one of these. 


5. Origins Hello, Calm Mask - I haven’t tried many CBD/cannabis products but I was sent this one a while ago to sample. It’s super relaxing and nice, and while I’m not sure it did anything for my skin per se, I really loved the spa like experience I had wearing it. The earthly and herbal scent is quite soothing, it’s like a cup of tea! 

philosophy also has a really good Exfoliating clay mask w...

philosophy also has a really good Exfoliating clay mask works wonders and a lil goes a long way so lasts forever
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