With the economy in a slump, heading to the spa for a facial is more of a luxury than ever. Lucky for us penny-pinchers, you can do most facial treatments at home. Masks are an easy and cost-effective way to pamper yourself in the comfort of your own bathroom!
There are myriad masks on the market ranging from deep cleansing to pore refining. Some peel off and some wash away with water. No matter what kind of mask your skin calls for, in the end they all leave our faces feeling fresh and clean!
Do you use at-home masks? Have you ever made a homemade mask?
Check out some of these:
DermaDoctor Ain't Misbehavin' Intensive Skin-Correcting Sulfur Mask with Phytosphingosine available at www.sephora.com for $45
*This one is my favorite because you can use it as a spot treatment for pimples too!
Say Yes to Carrots Exfoliating & Soothing Mask available at www.drugstore.com for $11.24
Dollface Bees Kiss Soft & Bright Mask available at www.folica.com for $45
Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask available at www.blissworld.com for $52
Alba Hawaiian Facial Mask Papaya Enzyme available at www.drugstore.com for $9.59
Burt's Bees Pore-Refining Mask available at www.drugstore.com for $8.19
Fresh Black Tea Instant Perfecting Mask available at www.sephora.com for $85
Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Gel Masque available at www.sephora.com for $45
Sephora Face Peel-Off Purifying Mask available at www.sephora.com for $12
Biore Self-Heating Mask available at www.drugstore.com for $7.49