We recommend adding a face mask to your skin care routine once or twice a week. It clears impurities and excess oil, provide a base layer of hydration and prep your skin to better absorb skin hydration. Hence, you must then follow your cleansing, toning and moisturizer routine after. Masks are best used right before big events to temporarily add to your skin's glow and soothe any inflammation or irritation. Below are different types of face masks you should try.

As with any products, if you experience severe irritation, acne breakouts, or any type of allergic reaction, stop using it immediately. Finding the right product for your skin type can be challenging. Unfortunately, there is no way to know until you try and see which works for you.

Clay and Mud

These masks are known for their “detoxifying” effects, where they draw oil and dirt from your pores. These masks are best for acne-prone, oily, combination, or dull skin because of their purifying results. Don't keep it on your skin for more than 15 minutes though or it will over dry and irritate the skin. Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay is a 100 percent bentonite clay powder that can be mixed with water for a pure clay mask.


Activated charcoal has been used for years to detox the body of poison and substance overdose. When used on skin, they are believed to remove impurities and help with acne.These masks are best for acne-prone, oily, and combination skin types because they are known to help absorb oil and impurities. Don't keep on for more than 15 minutes and probably should avoid it if you have very sensitive skin.

Cream or Gel

These type face masks hydrate skin by deeply replenishing dry cells, while hydrating and cooling at the same time. If your skin is dry, sun damaged, or sensitive you might want to give these a try. It's good for any skin type though. Because how gentle they are on the skin, you can use them several times per week.

Enzyme, Exfoliating, and Peel-off

These are usually gel like and dry to be peeled off, which takes with it dirt, oil, and other impurities that can clog pores. They are best for rough or uneven and dull skin. Sensitive skin types may want to avoid it.