How to Find the Perfect Face Mask for Your Skin Type
When you want to retreat to your own personal mini-spa, you can’t beat a great face mask.
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The ultimate transformers, these two-step treatments (also called modeling masks) start as a powder containing algin, a derivative of brown algae. Mix it with water or an accompanying gel and the formula congeals, morphing into a rubberlike layer. As the mask dries, it creates a seal, driving moisturizing molecules into dehydrated skin. After 15 or 20 minutes, you can revel in peeling it off, revealing softer and plumper skin.
Best for: Death Valley–level dryness.
Try: Dr. Dennis Gross Hyaluronic Marine Hydrating Modeling Mask
($46 for four treatments; DrDennisGross.com