|Drugstore Face Masks|
I absolutely adore all three of these because they are wonderful dupes for the Glamglow versions, but for a fraction of the price. They are also great to multi-mask with if you want to target a number of skin concerns all at once, but of course you can wear them alone too. Finally if you do want to find out more about each one in detail, then be sure to read my review on them here.
2. Una Brennon Super Facialist Por Purifying Clay Mask £9.99 - Boots
Another fantastic clay mask is from the Una Brennon Super Facialist line, sold exclusively at Boots. This is great for detoxifying the skin as it contains salicylic acid, Acacia Honey and Avocado Oil. I love using this if I have a pesky spot or blemish come up, as it helps to draw out impurities.
3. Montagne Jeunesse 7th Heaven in Relaxing Spa Mud Mask in Lavender and Jasmine and Argan Oil Mud 90p - £1 - Primark & Wilko
I used to love using these sachet masks as a teenager and I still adore them to this day. These are perfect for travel and you can usually get about two to three uses from each sachet. There is also over 30 different wet masks to choose from that help target numerous concerns.
4. Ingredients Sheet Face Mask in Charcoal & Willow Bark £2.50 - Boots
Sheet masks have become increasingly popular over the past couple of years and while testing out four drugstore versions, I fell in love with this Boots own in Charcoal and Willow Bark, that helps to cleanse and purify the skin. I found this to be refreshing and hydrating, which is perfect if you're on a long haul flight, plus it's such a great price point too.
5. Neutrogena Visbly Clear Pore & Shine In Shower Mask* £4.99 - Boots & Superdrug
This last mask is wonderful if you're short for time or maybe you're a mum and time is of the essence. All you do is apply this onto damp skin while in the shower and allow it to penetrate for 60 seconds. You then massage the product in and wash away to reveal refined, refreshed and matt skin in an instant!
*This product was sent to me, but as always all opinions are my own.