Best Face Masks Under $10

Face masks have always been a secret weapon of mine to keep my skin looking radiant. Here is a list of all of my favorite affordable face masks.

  • Too Cool For School Egg Cream Sheet Masks
    • These are by far my favorite sheet masks and they are only $6 at Sephora. The cloth is extremely saturated so it does not dry out quickly. I think that you really cannot go wrong with any of these masks, but my favorite ones are for hydration.
  • Aztec Secret Bentonite Indian Healing Clay
    • This mask is only $9 on Amazon and it is one of my favorite skincare purchases. It comes in a large tub as a powder and then you can either mix it with water or apple cider vinegar. I find that the water does not mix as well so I always use the apple cider vinegar. I would recommend this mask to anyone that is breaking out or has oily skin. I have dry skin, but I still get a lot of use from this mask. I know a lot of people call this mask a dupe for the Glam Glow Super Mud Mask and I would say that they are pretty different. The Super Mud almost makes you feel like it is pulling all of the bad stuff out of your pores, but this is more for healing and detoxifying.
  • Formula Ten O Six Deep Down Detox Facial 
    • This mask is great for all skin types, it is the perfect mask to use while you are going through a breakout. It does have a slight tingle, but if you can get past that it is a great face mask.
  • Say Yes To Tomatoes Clear Skin Acne Fighting Mask
    • I really enjoy this mask, because it helps my skin stay clear but it does not dry it out.
  • MISSHA Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Hydro-Gel Mask
    • Korean skincare is all the rage right now and so I tried this mask out when I saw it at Target. It is really great for moisturizing the skin and improving texture. This mask is different from typical sheet masks because it has a gel texture which seals the moisture inside and prevents ingredients from evaporating in the air.

3 thoughts on “Best Face Masks Under $10

  1. Love the ‘Say Yes’ line! I’ve never used their face masks though, I’ll definitely check this out! Great post!

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    1. Thanks, Julia!! Feel free to follow and join the email list!

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