The Best Drugstore Face Masks: 831K Reviews
Based on 831,450 Influenster Reviews
Face masks can be used for just about any skin (or emotional) issue–acne, redness, dry skin, dull skin, anti-aging, de-puffing, or maybe just for relaxation. One 12 or 15-minute treatment can even brighten your skin and give you a dewy look or temporarily fill in fine lines.
Since face masks are basically a cure-all, we wanted to round up the top-rated face masks that won't break the bank. This way you can buy a bunch and not feel guilty! Here's a list of the most highly-rated drugstore face masks, based on thousands of Influenster reviews.
L'Oréal Paris Detox & Brighten Pure-Clay Mask deep cleans and energizes skin to brighten your complexion and even your skin tone.
During the fifteen minutes after it's applied, once it starts to dry you'll notice right away how it makes your skin feel tight. You can also tell when it's completely hardened because the color turns into a light grey coating. The most challenging part for me was removing the mask, and it took a good fifteen minutes or so before I finally had it all washed away from my face (and hair). But once you feel how soft and supple your skin is afterwards, you'll be SO glad you tried it. My pores have a tendency to become clogged with oil, especially on my nose and cheeks, which can lead to breakouts, but you can really tell how the charcoal in this mask draws out the impurities in your skin. The fragrance isn't too powerful or overwhelming either, and that is an added bonus, especially if you're like me and you have a problem with heavily scented products aggravating your allergies. I would recommend this product to anyone, and even though I have no doubt that it will become a staple in my beauty regime. ...read more
This SheaMoisture African Black Soap Mask draws out impurities and helps combat problems associated with acne.
First Activated Charcoal absorbs the oil without drying out your skin and then black sugar exfoliates skin to make it oh so soft.
***The one negative comment I have about this product is that it can be hard to apply, because as soon as I rub it on, it starts to clump in one spot, or I try to smooth it out, and it wipes away from the spot I'm trying to cover, which results in me using more of the product to get my face covered. I will probably end up buying this more often than other face masks because I have to use more of it at a time. Once you get used to applying however, it does get easier. ...read more
Relax tired facial muscles, tighten sagging skin, and soften wrinkles with the Queen Helene Mud Pack Masque.
Nowadays, I only use this once every one or two weeks as a mask or as a spot treatment as needed, and it still works wonderfully for me; it leaves my skin very soft and looking brighter. It's best for blemishes, though. It always brings any blemish to a head and by morning I have a whitehead. If I already have a whitehead and apply it, by morning, it will either come off when I rinse this off or it will pop off later on in the day.
This is a Godsend when it comes to blemishes because it helps to get rid of them super quick and it helps to heal the damaged skin after too. Even in my mid-30's I break out all the time due to sensitive skin and PCOS. So, I always keep this on hand. One bottle lasts me months because like I said, I don't use it often as a mask, just mostly as a spot treatment. So I'm only using a little each time. It seems to last forever! I once had a bottle that I had for over a year and it was still good! It may not be for everyone, but it's perfect for me. ...read more
Have you ever heard of Willowbark? Willowbark is a key ingredient in the Boots Botanics Shine Away Ionic Clay Mask that's a natural source of salicylic acid which helps to refine skin texture and target imperfections.
Avocado and oatmeal aren't just great to eat, they're also really good for your skin! Try this nourishing clay mask by Freeman for a recipe for your face!