The best affordable sheet masks for glowing skin.
I don’t know if I could really live without my sheet masks at this point in my life. I’m a hair over 40, so there are those fine lines and pesky imperfections popping up almost every day. And then there’s the increasing dryness if I don’t get in my required water intake (which I never do, because coffee and champagne, amiright?)…
While I haven’t yet (YET) indulged in Botox or fillers – I do see them on the horizon. But until I’m ready for that, I’ll try everything else under the sun to ward off the relentless aging process.
One of my number one skincare go-to’s are my facial sheet masks. What an amazing little invention! Since they’re a one and done type of product, meaning you have to throw them out after each use, I don’t love to spend a lot of money on them.
But I’ve tried enough to know when I’m getting a good bang for my buck. The following are my absolute favorite affordable sheet masks for you to try. Just add to cart and go.
Sephora Collection Sheet Masks
These are absolute must-haves. And they’re super inexpensive, ladies. At just $5.50 each, they make a great gift to yourself – or for your bff, or sister, or mom. They’re even really fun stocking stuffers. And I know a few moms who even like to do them with their daughters, for a fun little mother-daughter at-home spa day activity.
With I like to stock up on all the different “flavors,” and I haven’t been disappointed by any of the variations yet.
If you’re not quite sure which you’ll like, they even have a sampler pack with 20 of their best-sellers, and it’s only $48 (but valued at $90) – so that’s an especially great value.
To be honest, I like to grab a handful of these masks at each shopping trip and keep them handy to just pull out and use when I feel the need – which is usually a couple of times a week. They’re just great for a little skin pick me up.
The sheet itself is nice and soft, and it really soaks up all the juice and lets it permeate your skin. For a really great result, exfoliate before using our DIY coffee scrub for a super glow.
I like to either do my sheet masks in a steamy shower, when I’m just standing there – or I like to put one on and lay in bed with my face to my ceiling fan for an added cooling effect. And when I take it off and lightly massage the remaining moisture into my face, followed by a legit moisturizer – my skin and my soul are so thankful. I’m so happy I’ve found this line, and I hope you guys love it, too!