Nothing like a Sunday to yourself that involves some skin pampering with a face mask, right? After all, when your skin has been through ample amount of pollution and makeup through the week, what it really craves is a dose of skin detox and hydration by way of a face mask. Thanks to the ever improving inventions of the beauty world, we now have several types of face masks that cater to various skin problems. Here’s a checklist of face masks for you...
Peel off masks
 

Peel off masks

Use for: Oily skin

Peel off masks have long been known as one of the best solutions to oily skin since they come in a gel like consistency that turns solid once it sits on your skin. It is often proven to have the power to suck in all the dead skin and impurities from your skin. So if you’ve been breaking out and suffering from excess sebum production, a peel off mask is the ideal go-to rescue.

Sleep masks
 

Sleep masks

Use for: Intensely dehydrated skin

Overnight masks are perfect if you’re looking to give your skin an intense boost of hydration. If you choose one like the Lakmé Absolute Skin Gloss Overnight Mask, its serum-like consistency will help you wake up to lustrous and hydrated skin. Its mineral glacial laden formula locks in moisture while your skin repairs during your sleep cycle.

Bubble masks
 

Bubble masks

Used for: Dull skin with clogged pores

One of the newest Asian beauty trends to take over Instagram, the bubble masks are foaming masks that help rejuvenate your skin. It has a regular consistency until it starts to bubble up on your face that helps cleanse the pores and nourish the skin.

Sheet masks
 

Sheet masks

Use for: Irritable and lacklustre skin

We’ve got to admit—sheet masks are hella fun. These cotton sheets are soaked in a serum-like formula that gives your skin a boost of antioxidants. While they might be on the pricier side, they are supposedly great if your skin needs that boost of hydration.