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Top 3 Face Masks

If your quite new to skin care then picking a face mask can be quite a daunting task as there's so much choice out their. Do you want a clay mask, a mud mask or a deep cleaning mask? The list is endless. I thought I'd try and help you out a little bit by telling you which are my go to favourite masks and why.

The Kiehl's Algae Masque (£23.50) is an old favourite of mine, it featured in the very early days of my blog and I still love it. This is the mask I take with me on long flights because even though it looks quite scary in the tub, once applied you can't really see it on your face and it's super hydrating. When my boyfriend and I traveled around Thailand and Cambodia I used this on every journey and I really noticed that my skin looked so much more hydrated and healthy than it normally would after a long flight.

Next is Super Facialist Tea Flower Deep Clean Clay Mask by Una Brennan (£8.99) and this is what I would suggest to those who are scared to try a clay mask. It works perfectly fine on semi-sensitive skin but is still strong enough to give you that really clean feeling. It's also really affordable and easy to get your hands on from Boots

Finally the Deep Cleansing Mask from Omorovicza* (£57.00) is a full blow deep cleaning clay mask. I found that it left my skin feeling super clean without the stripping feeling and it's a full on mud looking clay mask in that you look like a crazy person when it's on. This is a bit of a pricey one but if you can afford to splash out on skincare I'd definitely recommend trying this out. You can pick it up from Cult Beauty or Selfridges. 

As I'm always up for trying new things, what are your favourite face masks and why?

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