The Best 10 Face Masks For Women In 2020

The matter fact there is thousands of products which claim the same efficiency in giving quick results .

Well the biggest question is how would I know which one is more efficient and offer a good quality among the others ?,or which one will suit my skin ?,why would I choose this one over the others ? .

Well all of these questions do make a lot of people wonder and fell in confusion  choosing any other products, Especially if there was some of your friends or you yourself use some similar product and get bad results or wasn’t in the level he wished for .

However , the answer to these questions above is too simple and clear , Here is some tricks and clues  to choose the best face mask for your skin.

The first clue is on the back of the bottle / jar /tube ,the ingredients list . well you might say how would I read this list because you are not a  cosmetic scientist to decode those bottles .

Well that is not hard how it seems to be, THERE are a few TRICS  you can use to help you navigate the aisles boots.

FIRSTLY , as a general rule , it’s the best to avoid added fragrances ( often listed as a parfumon the ingredient label) as many can be irritating on certain face skin types ,and even if doesn’t cause your complexion to flare up , parfum has no skincare benefits , so what’s the point of it  ?

SECONDLY , the ingredients list runs in order of the quantity in the product’s formula. As an example , if aloe vera ( often listed on as ‘ laoe barbadensis  leaf juice ‘) is the first ingredient listed on the label of your shooting face mask , you  know that it contains a very high quantity of aloe vera, SO keep an eye on the key ingredients and whereabouts they sit on your face mask’s label.

ANOTHER, helpful hack for finding  the best treatment  ? Study up on reviews. YUP , The internet holds a wealth of knowledge when it comes to skincare , and whilst it can often feel overwhelming , checking out the online reviews before parting with your cash , can save you from wasting $$$ on a formula that doesn’t deliver .

well these are the top ten famous and efficient face masks that kown by thier quality shape price :

F-Balm Electrolyte Waterfacial

They say: “Boasting a blend of barrier-replenishing ingredients including the likes of niacinamide, sodium PCA, plant squalane, five forms of ceramides, omega fatty acids and powerful antioxidants, Drunk Elephant’s F-Balm effectively rehydrates hungover, overly-parched skin, making it soft and supple.”

Victoria Jowett, Beauty Director: “If you have skin that’s usually quite well-behaved, but every now it has a monumental tantrum and throws some monster breakouts, dryness and flakey patches your way, well firstly, I totally relate, and secondly, it’s worth giving this mask a try. Drunk Elephant’s F-Balm is designed to soothe and hydrate, whilst improving signs of damage, uneven tone and texture. The luxurious balm-like formula feels calming and cooling on the skin, plus, it’s totally free-from essential oils, drying alcohols, silicones, chemical screens, fragrance/dyes and SLSs. Winner.”

Rating: 10/10

Summer Fridays Overtime Mask

They say: “Your skin cells work overtime shedding and renewing themselves. But sometimes—like your desktop—your complexion can get a little cluttered. Perfect for dull or congested skin, this clarifying mask uses vitamin-packed pumpkin and exfoliating apricot seed powder to gently polish away dead skin cells for a luminous effect.”

Victoria Jowett, Beauty Director: “I applied this mask in the hopes that it’d help shed any dead cells on the surface of my skin, unclog pores, and brighten up my complexion. On first impressions, it reminded me of marmalade (not necessarily a bad thing), the grainy texture felt like more of an exfoliating scrub than a traditional face mask.

That being said, the mask worked really well on my congested t-zone. It reduced the appearance of any blackheads and I’ve noticed less of a shine across my forehead come 3pm. Overall my skin looked brighter, clearer and smoother.”

Rating: 8/10

The Ordinary Salicylic Acid 2% Masque

They say: “A blend of charcoal and clay provides an ultra-deep cleanse helping to draw out impurities from the pores to reduce the appearance of blackheads, blemishes and clogged pores. Salicylic Acid exfoliates deep into the pores, promoting a smoother and clearer complexion.”

Victoria Jowett, Beauty Director: “I’m a big fan of The Ordinary, so I had high hopes for this mask, and guess what? It didn’t disappoint. Salicylic acid is a powerhouse ingredient for blemish-prone skin, so if like me, you get a few hormonal breakouts every month, it’s well worth keeping this in your bathroom cabinet. Apply a layer over the breakout and it’ll help speed up the healing time.”

Rating: 9/10

Clarins SOS Comfort Nourishing Balm Mask

They say: “Protective skin care that calms and soothes the driest skin. An ultra-rich balm in a nourishing mask that softens and comforts the skin in just 10 minutes for deeply nourished skin that is soft, supple, radiant and feels great.”

Claire Hodgson, Editor-in-Chief: “This face mask has been a lifesaver over winter. I was dubious about trying the “creamy, buttery texture”, as I have combination skin that breaks out easily, but I loved it. I always struggle with dry patches over the colder months that make makeup application almost impossible, but a 10-minute application of this mask before application totally smoothed the texture of my skin. It felt like it plumped me up and gave a shot of moisture, without leaving me oily or greasy.”

Rating: 9/10

Charlotte Tilbury Goddess-Skin Clay Mask

They say: “The Goddess Skin Clay Mask features ingredients to tighten pores, moisturise your skin and clear imperfections. Now everyone can have flawless, glowing Goddess Skin.”

Victoria Jowett, Beauty Director: “Charlotte Tilbury’s skincare doesn’t get anywhere near as much hype as it deserves. This clay mask is perfect for combination skin types (like mine), it draws all that gunky stuff out of the pores, whilst also moisturising the skin – yep, really. This is one of the only clay masks I’ve ever used that doesn’t leave my skin feeling dry or tight afterwards. How? The formula is loaded with sweet almond and rosehip oil to deeply nourish skin.

After 10 mins on the skin this mask calms redness, minimises pores, and leaves skin soft and clear – no wonder Charlotte smothers it over celebrities’ faces before they walk the red carpet. Expect your foundation to apply like a dream afterwards.”

Rating: 10/10

Ole Henriksen Transform Plus PHAT Glow Facial

They say: “Get flawless skin in a flash with PHAs, the no-downtime exfoliating acid and key ingredient in Ole’s first one-step at-home facial. PHAs are a bigger molecule, so they don’t go as deep as they loosen up the “glue” that binds the surface layer of skin together. That means less irritation and recovery time for everyone—even sensitive types.”

Gabrielle Dyer, Senior Digital Beauty Writer: “Acids can be daunting – especially if you struggle with sensitive skin. Ole’s PHAT Glow is a true godsend. It resurfaces GENTLY, without causing irritation, redness, or any of the other side effects associated with chemical exfoliants. To really reap the rewards, I suggest massaging it in vigorously until it turns white, then leave on for 15 mins. I’ve been using it twice a week and my face is glowing/feels like a baby’s bottom.”

Rating: 9/10

Pixi Glow Mud Mask

They say: “Stimulate, clarify, and brighten skin with this revitalising mask. The mineral-rich treatment absorbs oil, draws out impurities, and fights breakouts while giving an energising boost to the complexion. Kaolin & sea salt purify while ginseng & aloe vera balance.”

Alex Hering, Video Lead: “I was really impressed with this mask. Straight after using my skin looked plumper and had a definite ‘glow’ to it. The mask applies so smoothly – similar to a soft butter texture (not that I’ve ever put butter on my face, but y’know). I left it on for 15mins and after washing it off and towel drying I noticed my skin looked brighter than usual. The next morning my skin was noticeably plump and clear. It looked like I’d slept for 12 hours (sans the pillow marks on my cheeks, obvs).”

Rating: 10/10

Niod Flavanone Mud,

They say: “NIOD Flavanone Mud is a three-phase treatment that purifies, protects and responds. Which means it deeply cleanses and purifies the skin, decongests any environmental toxins, and helps skin build up defences against future damage.”

Laura Capon, Acting Beauty Editor: “One of the things I want most in life (apart from the same genes as Jennifer Lopez) is glowing skin. Normally I can only achieve the glow I like from makeup but after using this decongesting face mask, my skin literally glows through my foundation. Packed with three different types of clay, it does have quite a tingling effect but it’s well worth it for the end result and I recommend it to everyone who shares my life of beaming skin.”

Rating: 8/10

Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Gel Masque

They say: “This ultra-gentle gel helps soothe, hydrate and detoxify the look of dry, irritated skin with botanical extracts of Cucumber, Papaya, Chamomile, Pineapple, Sugar Maple, Sugarcane, Orange, Lemon, Bilberry and Aloe Vera. Excellent for helping to calm and soothe the skin’s appearance after sun exposure, peels, waxing, facials and extractions.”

Laura Capon, Acting Beauty Editor: “When I say this face mask literally saved my skin, I’m only being slightly dramatic. After leaving a different (and very potent) face mask on my skin for too long, I was left with skin so red that I genuinely thought I might have to take a trip to the doctors. In my panic I found this in my skincare stash and after applying a thick layer of this cooling gel and leaving it on for 10 minutes, my burning, beetroot-red skin had returned back to normal. If you suffer from sensitive, or easily irritated skin this is a must-have.”

Rating: 9/10

Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask,

They say: “Nature’s complexion clean-up crew clears the way for skin to act its best. Bamboo Charcoal acts like a magnet to draw out deep-dwelling pore-cloggers, White China Clay absorbs environmental toxins, Lecithin dissolves impurities. Skin looks clearer, feels perfectly pure.”

Paisley Gilmour, Sex & Relationships Editor: “Applying the Origins charcoal mask is kind of like slathering warm clay on your face – it smooths really nicely over the skin. It’s super thick, we’re talking Rolo Yoghurt here, and gloopy in a good way. The smell is exactly what you’d imagine, charcoal-y (technical beauty term right there). It takes a lot of effort to wash off because after 10 minutes or so (the packet says to leave it on ‘until it dries’ so I tend to take it off when smiling makes me feel like I’ve just had Botox) it’s really bloody stuck to your skin. It’s worth the effort though. Afterwards my skin, which is normally pretty oily and grim, feels way softer. With other charcoal masks I’ve broken out overnight or the next day, but I’ve used this four times and haven’t had even a hint of a pimple. It certainly does unclog my deep old greasy pores.” (because it could be a little easier to take off)

Rating: 8/10

I hope we made this task easy for you , and take care of your skincare .

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