Give your skin some extra attention with a face mask (you deserve it). Check out uur collection of face masks, sheet masks and options to target the eyes and lips.
What face mask to use for your skin type? The truth is that many face masks can be used for multiple skin types, but there are certain ingredients that work better for help treat certain skin concerns. Keep reading to check out our recommendations. And when in doubt? Check the label.
For Dry Skin
The more moisture, the better. If you have dry skin, then look for a hydrating face mask. Gel masks that are water-based can provide a boost of moisture. Sheet masks soaked in a rich essence provide direct hydration. Rub the leftover liquid into your neck and décolletage area to spread the love.
For Oily Skin
Control oil without completely stripping your skin of moisture using a face mask. People with oily skin should go for face masks featuring oil controlling ingredients including clay and mud. Be sure to follow up with a moisturizer to make sure your skin isn’t overproducing oil to compensate for dry skin.
For Acne-Prone & Sensitive Skin
Battle breakouts with a purifying face mask. Look for masks with ingredients that help fight the formation of bacteria. Honey is a natural anti-microbial, hydrating and soothing while clay helps draw out impurities. Charcoal is another active ingredient to help treat and prevent acne. Some masks can also be used as overnight spot treatments.
Tackle signs of aging with face masks to target your anti-aging concerns. Eye mask will help revive tired eyes and help lessen the appearance of fine lines. Lips mask will help instantly plump and relieve dry lips.
How to use a face mask? Typically, you should apply a face mask to clean, towel-dried skin. Follow the mask’s instructions to determine how long to leave it on for. Take good care of your skin. Explore face masks, eye masks and more skin care products at Macy’s.