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Who would have thought that 2020 would bring a whole new meaning to face masks?! It’s kind of crazy that I need to differentiate between face masks that cover your mouth and the kind that are part of your skincare routine, but here we are! It’s pretty clear that one type of face mask is wayyyy more important than the other (here are my favorites!) but I also absolutely love my skincare face masks.

I pretty much do one every single day. Of course, there are benefits for your skin but it’s also part of my self-care routine. The intentionality of hopping in the bath, putting on a face mask and reading a book keeps me calm and grounded. It also allows me to be in tune with my skin’s needs and select a mask based on those needs. To some this may seem excessive, but to me it feels very aligned. And that’s really what self-care means: being aligned and in tune with your body and its needs.

Here’s the thing – I have A LOT of face masks. Probably more than any other product in my skincare collection. On some level I consider myself a bit of a face mask expert. But I also recognize that everyone’s skin is different with varying levels of sensitivity. I’m not here to tell you which one is best for you (it’s why I’ve avoided this post for a long time) but I did want to give you a little sneak peek into my skincare cupboard and let you shop my face mask collection.

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I am pretty much always adding new masks to my collection because I love trying out new brands and products (and clearly also have a problem!) but this is my current collection. Truly something for everyone! Enjoy.

Like this post? Here are a few others you might enjoy:

Shop My Face Mask Collection

01. Herbivore Blue Tansy Mask

My ride or die mask. I honestly think everyone should own this one. I’ve gone through at least 5 jars of this over the last few years. My go to for a chemical exfoliant.

02. Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel

This is a powerhouse mask! I find just 5-10 minutes of this and my skin is prepped. It definitely turns your skin a little red after use but it dies down pretty quickly. In a world in which I used to go out I'd do this the night before so my skin was feeling fresh the next morning before applying makeup.

03. Naturopathica Cherry Enzyme Mask

Pretty much serves the same purpose as the Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel though I find this one to be slightly gentler.

04. Lil Fox Jungle Glow

The only physical exfoliant on this list. It is definitely on the more abrasive side but it makes my skin feel sooooo fresh. I also like using this on my back to prevent breakouts from sweat build-up.

05. Golde Papaya Mask

The ingredients really don't get better or simpler than this one. I like to take this with me when I travel (RIP!) because it's in powder form so I don't have to worry about liquid amounts.

06. Lovinah Black Tea Mask

The newest to my collection and HOLY COW is this good. My skin looks incredible the next morning after I use this black tea based mask.

07. Siam Seas Purifying Herbal Head to Toe Mask

When I'm seriously breaking out this is my go-to mask. I also use it as a spot treatment because it noticeably shrinks my zits. It's technically for the whole body but I generally just use this on my face, neck and décolletage.

08. 100% Pure Vitamin C Mask

If I'm being honest, I'm not sure if this one works lol. I already use a vitamin C serum in my routine so this is really just an extra dose, which we can all benefit from.

09. Ann Marie Charcoal Cacao Mask

If I'm being totally honest this one isn't my favorite now that I've tried the PP Clarifying mask above, but I am determined to use it up and find it helps to prevent black heads. Use code MAVEN to save 15%

10. 100% Pure Matcha Oat Milk Mask

This feels like I'm basically putting my morning matcha latte on my face but instead of giving me a caffeine boost it soothes my skin. Great for those long days where you feel like your skin needs a nourishing glass of water.

11. Trilogy Very Gentle Hydra Mask

I don't turn to this one often because my skin hasn't been terribly dry but when I'm travelling to drier places or my skin just needs a hydration boost it really doesn't get much better than this!

12. Beekeeper's B Powered

Okay not technically a mask but this superfood honey from Beekeeper's Naturals feels so nourishing on my skin. When I just want a general boost this is what I reach for.

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Hi! I'm Davida and welcome to my corner of the internet. I'm a wellness blogger, yoga teacher, certified herbalist, and green beauty lover.

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  1. Love your blog posts on suggested products. They have definitely influenced a number of purchases which I truly love (Primally Pure’s deodorant and Josh Rosebrook’s SPF Nutrient Day cream just to name a couple). There are a few masks on your list above that I really want to try.

    Have you tried Leahlani’s face masks? Hers are by far my favorite. Her Mermaid Mask and her Kokoleka Mask are my two favorite, but I own her entire mask collection and they are absolutely divine. I also like to do some ‘Aloha Alchemy’ as she calls it, adding in her Happy Hour serum or Siren serum along with either the Ruby Toning Mist or the Citrine Toning Mist. Truly amazing results and great for sensitive skin. I love that you can really cater the mask to your skin needs by combining the different products together. For some one with super sensitive skin, it is nice to have a group of products that can be blended like that without causing any irritation.

    I also really like Wabi-Sabi Botanical’s Valley of Light mask (another line from which I use pretty much every product – absolutely fantastic for sensitive skin!), Primally Pure’s Soothing Mask, and Josh Rosebrook’s Active Enzyme Mask and Cacao Antioxidant Mask. I use Tata Harper’s Clarifying Mask as a spot treatment if I have a breakout and follow it with a Hero Cosmetics’ Might Patch after I finish my skin care routine.

  2. i am with you on face masks – it really helps me keep grounded and its the ritual that i love. i usually do Korean or Japanese face masks ( i hoard them) but will revisit the post when its time to restock.

    1. Amazing! LMK your favorites. I also have a couple Korean face masks that Curt brought me back from South Korea last year. Problem is that I can’t read the ingredients haha. One was given to him by his colleague to give to me. It’s a placenta face mask. I’m too scared to try it haha