You may recall, a while ago, I did a post on the best face masks in the skincare game, but since then I’ve been cheating on some of my previous favourites and I decided to give you an updated version which includes the
younger, prettier models new discoveries. I try to apply a face mask at least twice a week (when I remember), sometimes thrice if I’m particularly bored with no evening plans. Now, your girl has combination skin, so I’m always looking for something matiffying that probably makes the promise of sucking out all my black heads and basically makes my face look slightly FaceTuned. So I’ve decided to break it down for you and let you know the best face masks for combination skin out right now…in my humble opinion.
Best Face Masks for Combination Skin
This is one of those glorious masks that you get the satisfaction of peeling off, after you’ve watched it dry for 20 minutes. The JorgObé mask is one of the few masks that actually rids the majority of blackheads from your face (every other one is basically lying), so if you care about those gross little unwanted guests crashing the party on your face then this mask is for you.
This is one of those great overall masks that you slather on, leave for 15 minutes and wash off to reveal skin you wish you had all day errday because it’s so soft, smooth and luminous. It’s an all-rounder and pretty much perfect. Dermadoctor is a great brand in general, so you know your skin is being looked after.
Peter Thomas Roth just churns out winner after winner of face masks so it was tough for me to pick which one was worthy of getting a mention in this post, but I think the Irish Moor Mud mask is great for combo skin. It’s thick and purifying and does a great job of pulling out any nasty grime sitting on your face and hydrates at the same time.
I love to throw an exfoliating mask into the mix every so often to keep my skin on its toes. With this mask you massage it into the skin for a couple of minutes then leave it to work its magic for five minutes, revealing a smooth and glowing complexion (the aim). The great thing about the Nugg face masks is that you buy them individually in these tiny bite-sizes which is super handy not only for testing out the product to figure out if it works for you but also for travelling when you don’t want to hunk a huge jar of face mask around with you (every gram of luggage allowance counts…). OMG and they’re so small you could put them in your hand luggage for a flight…GENIUS! In-flight spa, anyone?
What are your favourite face masks? Have you tried any of the ones I mentioned? Let me know by leaving a comment below.