First of all, I’d like to admit that I own way too many face masks. In fact, an entire drawer too many. But with so many options of ingredients and skin benefits, it’s hard to resist. While there may be brands out there on Sephora and Ulta shelves making amazing masks, you can get some high-quality, powerful masks shipped straight to you through Amazon. Here’s a list of five of the best face masks you can get on Amazon, including one with tens of thousands of reviews.
Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay, $10 on Amazon: This list was inspired by this mask, with its insanely-impressive 4.4-star rating from over 17,000 reviewers. Get all that gunk out of your pores by mixing equal parts clay mask and apple cider vinegar. And this one-pound tub will last you basically forever.
Olay Clay Facial Mask Stick Set, $30 on Amazon: If you’re looking for a practically-mess-free face mask option (because who likes cleaning the sink?), these stick masks from Olay are great. They come in three options, Black Charcoal, Pink Mineral Complex, and White Charcoal.
Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask, $9 on Amazon: Having fun with your skincare is important, especially when it involves bubbles. This carbonated mask helps exfoliate your skin and deep clean your pores. Just wait for the bubbles to appear after application, massage your face to remove dirt and oil, then rinse.
Andalou Naturals Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask, $10 on Amazon: Vitamin C is an amazing ingredient to help get your skin looking brighter and more even in tone and texture. Pumpkin is rich in beta carotene so it can help improve skin’s overall texture and the glycolic AHA can help buff away dead cells for healthy-looking skin.
Sand & Sky Australian Pink Clay Porefining Face Mask, $49 on Amazon: Australian Pink Clay can help pull toxins from your skin for a brighter complexion. Plus, this mask comes with its own applicator brush, which makes putting on this bright pink mask a breeze.
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