We can't all go around getting a facial every day (ugh, the dream) but these masks will give your face new life (#yasss). Break out the wine, queue up the Netflix, and settle in for beautiful skin.
Fifteen minutes to awesome skin? Sign us up. This new mask, which works with natural alpha-hydroxy to increase cell renewal, brightens and refines skin tone—basically turning you into a *glowing* goddess. In fact, 93% of women said their skin tone looked brighter after using it for four weeks, with 85% reporting an immediate change after one use. ONE.
This black sheet mask is cool for two reasons 1) It features activated Korean charcoal to detoxify and tighten those pores and 2) You get to pretend you're some kind of wrestling star or Lucha libre character while you wait for it to work its magic. A poreless complexion and a way to mess with your dog for 20 minutes? Yeah, we dig it.
This brand-new clay mask—used by celebs like Sienna Miller and Ashley Greene—draws out the bad stuff using Spanish clay, while Frangipani flower extract and almond oils help soften and moisturize skin.
While the entire line of masks is pretty legit, our favorite (and the favorite of thousands!) is the Supermud clearing treatment. Use it as a mask or a spot treatment, and get ready for awesome skin. Icky/awesome bonus—you get to see the actual gunk coming out of your face (the mask turns a different color as it pulls out toxins).
Skin really irritated and freaking out? Smooth on this gel mask that'll immediately cool and calm whatever's bugging your face. It also works to reduce puffiness, so win-win.
It's time to get some legit beauty sleep. Slather on this miracle cream and wake up to a more even tone and soft, soft skin. Perfect for the lazy girl's beauty cabinet.
A juice cleanse for your face! Calm flare-ups and inflammation with this nourishing cleansing mask—which is basically like hitting the reset button for your skin.
The charcoal acts like a magnet to get all the gook and grime out of your pores—and you can feel your skin going "ahhhh." Considering it has a 95% approval rating on their site with 455 recommendations, we'd say it's worth a try.