Face Masks

I love a good face mask, don’t you? Here are some of the ones I’m lovin’ to help my skin feel it’s best everyday.

Boscia| Cactus Water Peel-Off Mask

This mask (seen in the video below) instantly enhances my skin’s complexion and I feel incredibly hydrated. The key to this mask is an even application on dry skin and leaving it on for at least 20 minutes. The mask should be fully dried before you start to peel it off. Use a cotton pad with water to remove any residue and finish with eye cream and moisturizer. I like using this mask when my skin is feeling dry and looking dull.

Other products used in this video:

Zo Skin Health| Intense Eye Repair

Zo Skin Health| Brightalive

Tip: This is a great mask to apply on longer flights (if you’e okay with people giving you a couple stares). Reason being is that it’s hydrating and easy to remove.


Boscia| Luminizing Black Charcoal Mask

This is one of my go-to masks when my T-Zone (forehead, nose, and chin) is feeling oily or congested. It leaves my skin feeling soft, pores looking smaller, and definitely less oily.

This line also has nose strips that work great. And I know I’m not the only one that is eager to see how many white heads end up on the strip after you take it off. It’s so satisfying!

More Boscia products in the black charcoal line below:


Dr. Jart| Dermask Micro Jet Brightening Solution

This sheet mask illuminates my skin and helps even out my skin tone. I’ve had great results using one of the many sheet masks by Dr. Jart. Whether you want to brighten, hydrate, or clarify, there’s a Dr. Jart mask for you! Check them out below:



Peter Thomas Roth| 24K Gold Pure Luxury Lift & Firm Hydra-Gel Eye Patches

I talk about these eye patches often, only because they work wonders for me. Yes, I realize they are a little more expensive than other eye masks, but these ones just freakin’ get me. Anytime my under eyes look dark from lack of sleep, puffy from allergies, or if I just want to feel straight up pampered, I’ll use these masks.

Tip: Keep these in the fridge for a cooling effect!


Have you tried any of these masks? If not, what’s your favorite?