Face masks, if only we could all afford to use one every single day. Right?
But honestly, you don’t always have to spend so much for beauty. In fact, it can be budget friendly.
Check out some of our favorite masks that are super budget friendly:
Karuna Hydrating Mask ($8)
Many facial treatments never go beneath the pores, which prevents even the most finely honed formulas from having their full intended effect. Karuna’s natural-fiber masks go below the surface, bonding to the unique structure of your skin to brighten tone, clear impurities and generate cell growth.
Dr. Jart + Water Replenishment Cotton Sheet Mask ($7.50)
What it is: An ultra-hydrating hypoallergenic mask made of natural fiber and botanicals.
What it is formulated to do: Great for all skin types including sensitive skin, Water Replenishment Cotton Sheet Mask contains allantoin and witch hazel for continuous moisture. The soothing bio-cellulose sheet features an immediate cooling sensation, leaving skin feeling clean, hydrated, and completely refreshed.
Shangpree Black Premium Modeling Mask ($20)
Infused with charcoal, which is known to help purify and detox the skin, this mask also helps to refine pores and purify revealing cleaner, hydrated skin. Mix the Black Gel with the Active Collagen Powder, apply to face, let sit, and peel off the mask to a more refined complexion.
Sephora Collection Pomegranate Face Mask ($6)
Awakens, energizes, and tones the skin for a fresh appearance.
When Makeup Base Sheet Mask ($7)
This bio-cellulose mask is like a tall glass of water for your face, which is why it’s the perfect product to tone your skin before applying makeup.
Mizon Enjoy Vital-Up Time Soothing Mask ($3.50)
Suffer from redness and discoloration? This mask is your savior.
Romana Hai started blogging full-time in 2013 . Fashion Ambitions is more than a blog and more-or-less acts as a portfolio containing brands/collaborations and achievements. Although Romana was born and raised in New York, she currently resides in the Financial District of Boston, MA. Romana attended Penn State University and graduated in 2010 with two degrees: Economics from the Smeal College of Business and Telecommunications from the College of Communications. You can reach Romana at firstname.lastname@example.org.