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Best Face Masks for Dry Skin

Best Face Masks for Dry Skin

Best Face Masks for Dry Skin

Today I’m sharing my picks for the Best Face Masks for Dry Skin. I have three in my arsenal currently – the Glossier Moisturizing Moon Mask, the Body Shop Drops of Youth Liquid Peel and the Paula’s Choice Radiance Renewal Mask. I’ve also got a few on my wish list, too.

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My Face Masks for Dry Skin

Best Face Masks for Dry Skin Glossier Moisturizing Moon Mask

Glossier Moisturizing Moon Mask
The Glossier Moisturizing Moon Mask is nothing short of amazing for my skin. It’s made with sweet almond oil, shea butter, squalane, honey, aloe vera, licorice root extract, lemon extract, and hyaluronic acid. You just pop a thick layer on your damp face and relax for 20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water and then you’re ready to go.

Best Face Masks for Dry Skin The Body Shop Drops of Youth Liquid Peel

The Body Shop Drops of Youth Liquid Peel
While not technically a mask, I think this is amazing for my dry skin. You put it on and it rubs off your dry skin and flaky patches, making you feel soft and smooth. You’re immediately ready for moisturizer and those pesky dry patches are all gone. It means your makeup will apply smoother.

Best Face Masks for Dry Skin Paula's Choice Radiance Renewal Mask

Paula’s Choice Radiance Renewal Mask
This was probably the first sleeping mask I’ve ever owned. It’s meant to be used as the last step in your nighttime skincare routine to help brighten your complexion and hydrate your skin.

I like to start by using the Paula’s Choice Radiance Renewal Mask at night. I’ve found that using the Body Shop Drops of Youth Exfoliating Peel before I put on the Glossier Moisturizing Moon Mask helps me to maximize the moisture and leaves my skin soft. I’ve also been using Drops of Youth about a half hour before I put on makeup. I’ll use it to remove the dry patches around my nose, then moisturize my face, then put on makeup.

Other Hydrating Masks for Dry Skin

Farmacy Honey Potion Renewing Antioxidant Hydration Mask
The Farmacy’s Honey Potion face mask has been on my to-try list because it’s supposed to help hydrate, draw out impurities and renew the skin.

Farmacy Hydrating Coconut Gel Mask
Next time I order from Sephora I’ll be picking up one of these masks. It’s a super moisturizing mask with cucumber and coconut gel. You’re supposed to pop it on for 25 minutes and then your skin is refreshed.

Julep Night Shift Sleeping Mask
I love the idea of a sleeping mask. This Night Shift mask sounds great. It’s supposed to help you wake up with a brighter, smoother, firmer complexion.

NARS Aqua Gel Luminous Mask
I love NARS skincare. This is a mask you can use day or night. Leave it on as a sleep mask or use it for just 10 minutes during the day.

Alba Botanica Hawaiian Pore-fecting Papaya Enzyme
I love just about anything with pineapple. This mask is good at removing dull and dry skin cells, plus impurities from your face. It leaves you with smooth, soft skin when you wash it off. Plus, it’s available at my local grocery store, making it one of the most affordable masks out there.

Best Face Masks for Dry Skin. Ever wonder what type of masks to use for dry, sensitive skin? I have 3 of the best options - Glossier Moisturizing Moon Mask, The Body Shop Drops of Youth Liquid Peel and Paula's Choice Radiance Renewal Mask. You can brighten, peel off dry flaky patches and then soak up the moisture for a beautiful complexion.

What are your favorite face masks? 

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28 Comments

  • I really want to try the mood mask! I have very dry skin especially during the winter months living in Michigan! This sounds like something that would be really beneficial for me! I have yet to find a product I truly love! This is on my list for sure!

  • I never tried any of body shop mask before, thank you for the info, will definitely check it out

  • I adore the Body Shop liquid peel. It is amazing. And it is great for my sensitive skin. I love that it is like the perfect set up for using a mask. It really lets the product just soak in to your skin.

  • Oh! Never tried anything by Glossier and this sounds amazing! Though I need more of a clarifying mask as I have sloppy slimey oily skin! ?

  • Thanks So Much for Sharing These Awesome Masks for Dry Skin, I Really Appreciate it & My Skin Thanks You Too! When I Was Younger I Used to Have Oily Skin but as I’ve Gotten Older My Skin Has Gotten Drier! I Also Have Hypothyroidism Which Causes All Kinds of Annoying Things Like Weight Gain, Hair Loss, Depression, & Extremely Dry Skin and It’s Dry All Over Especially My Hands, Feet, Scalp, & Face! It Has Gotten So Bad Dry Lately That it’s Felt Really Chapped & Sore and Nothing Helps to Soothe Dry Skin Like a Really Good Soothing Mask! I Haven’t Tried Any of These Masks but I’m Glad You Shared Them So Now I Can Have it in My Arsenal! Well Thanks Again for Sharing Courtney, Have a Blessed Day! – Jana

  • I have dry skin so I appreciate this post so much! Thank you for all of the great recommendations. I’ve recently started trying out Glossier and the Moon Mask was on my radar. I’ll totally have to try it now that you talked about it. It sounds perfect!

  • I was just about to start looking for a new moisturizer so this post was perfectly timed! I’m intrigued by the Glossier and the Body Shop masks and may have to look more into those.

  • I’m always afraid to try a new mask because of the sensitivity, rosacea, etc. I hate when a mask that is supposed to be soothing causes breakouts and aggravates my condition instead of alleviating it. That said, I always trust your recommendations. The Glossier, Paula’s Choice, and Body Shop ones all look like ones I could try and they aren’t crazy expensive.

  • I love moisture masks, but sometimes I need something to clean out my pores. I’ve recently been using the Josie Maran argan oil mud mask and I like it. It doesn’t moisturize my dry skin, but it leaves my skin feeling better than most clay masks do. After trying it a few different ways, my favorite is to put this on for about 10 minutes before I get into a shower, then get it wet and massage it all over my face in the shower and then rinse it off. Not only does the shower make it super easy to remove, but the combination of the argan oil mask in the shower does leave my face feeling soft and more hydrated than rinsing the mask off at the sink.

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