Face Masks Giving You Skin Troubles? Try These Purifying, Hydrating and Repairing Masks


Keeping your nose and mouth covered has some uncomfortable side effects like rashes, dryness, and breakouts, also known as maskne.

But as face masks remain essential in public places to curb the spread of Covid-19, consider adding these (other types of) masks to your skincare routine to keep your skin clear and nourished. Here are five that have won our hearts.

Formulated with hydrating and nourishing active ingredients derived from camellia japonica and an antioxidant blue ginger extract, Chanel’s multi-tasking mask can be used three ways for different results. Leave on for 10 minutes before rinsing with warm water for a burst of radiance; Skip the rinse and massage the excess for an overall deep hydration; or use it as a ‘spot’ treatment to target specific areas.

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