Best Facial Detox Masks

Updated March 2019
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Face masks have been a tried and trusted skin pick-me-up for centuries — they were used in ancient Egypt using ingredients like olive oil that are still in masks today. Detoxifying masks specifically aim to draw out impurities from the complexion, like dead skin cells, clogged makeup and dirt, leaving skin clean and refreshed. They are particularly useful for dealing with acne, breakouts and blemishes. Clay and seaweed are common ingredients in these kinds of masks. They may come as a powder which needs to be mixed into a paste, or ready made as a cream or gel. Sheet masks, as the name suggests, come as a layer to place over the face.

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