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The Best Sheet Mask For Your Skin Type

The world of beauty has forever been changed with the invention of sheet masks. But with countless formulas and options from which to choose, it can seem impossible to find one that works specifically for your skin. We’re here to help.

The world of beauty has forever been changed with the invention of sheet masks. But with countless formulas and options from which to choose, it can seem impossible to find one that works specifically for your skin. That's where we come in. Try out these must-have sheet masks based on your skin type for a clearer, brighter complexion.

Oily

In case you missed it, snail slime (or its cosmetic name, snail filtrate) is all of the rage in the beauty industry as of late. It’s packed with nutrients that are known to be beneficial for the skin—especially oily skin. Combine that with some pore-minimizing bee venom in this Benton Snail Bee High Content Mask, and you’ve got a smoother and clearer complexion to help you face the day.

To buy: Benton Snail Bee High Content Mask Pack, Walmart, $19.95

Combination

 

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Rich in antioxidants, this skin purifying green tea mask is made up of natural ingredients and free of parabens and color additives to help your skin feel its best. The green tea extract will soothe your complexion, giving it balance, hydration, and creating a more even tone.

To buy: Tony Moly I’m Real Sheet Mask, Macys, $3

Dry

 

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Get the glow you’ve always wanted without looking greasy with this ultra-hydrating sheet mask. Through a combination of Vitamin C, Vitamin B3, and glycerin, this sheet mask works to gently exfoliate dull, dead cells from the surface of the skin while it simultaneously moisturizes away your dry complexion. The result is a radiantly even skin tone that will have you looking and feeling refreshed.

To buy: SK-II Brightening Derm Revival Mask, Sephora, $170

Acne-Prone

Smooth this anti-acne sheet mask over your face to get concentrated doses of these natural, complexion-clearing ingredients. Not only is this mask made with 100 percent vegetarian ingredients that will be kind to your skin, but the price tag makes it kind to your wallet, too. Five to 15 minutes with this Alba Botanica sheet mask on is all it takes to get clearer, brighter skin.

To buy: Alba Botanica Anti-Acne Sheet Mask, Target, $3.49

Dull

Rejuvenate, hydrate, and smooth even the dullest and most uneven of skin tones with this Patchology Exofoliate FlashMasque. One mask a week is all it takes to deliver lactic acid and papain ingredients to dead skin cells to dissolve them without losing any of your skin’s moisture in the process. The result is a healthier looking complexion that will make you look younger and more energized throughout the day.

To buy: Patchology Exfoliate FlashMasque, Macy’s, $8

Ageing

Take back your skin’s youthful tone and elasticity with this brightening bio-crystal mask from Derm Institute. The medical-grade material and three-layered formula help get the brightening and hydrating ingredients deep into the layers of the skin, providing a luminous and younger looking complexion. This mask can also be used to fade post-acne scarring, sun spots, and other areas with hyperpigmentation.

To buy: Derm Institute Cellular Brightening Bio-Crystal Mask, Derm Institute, $100

Sensitive

Struggling with sensitive skin doesn’t mean you have to sit out of the sheet mask game completely! This Dr. Jart+ sheet mask uses allantoin and witch hazel to hydrate your complexion (without going overboard), while the bio-cellulose formulated cotton sheet calms, supports, and increases blood circulation for a brighter and firmer appearance without irritation.

To buy: Dr. Jart+ Water Replenishment Cotton Sheet Mask, Sephora, $7.50

Hannah Marsh

Hannah is a Texas-born, Iowa-raised alumna of Iowa State University. When not writing trending content across several Meredith sites, she enjoys all things fitness-related, binge-watching "Whose Line is it Anyway" episodes and fully embracing her self-diagnosed peanut butter addiction.

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