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Facial masks: what is the best kind to use depending on your skin type?

There is a face mask out there for just about any kind of complexion. Unsure which one to try? Read on to find out which *facial mask* will suit your skin type.

Facial masks: what is the best kind to use depending on your skin type?

Sheet/tissue masks: for hydrating dry skin
Does your skin feel dehydrated and in need of an instant *moisture boost*? If so, a *sheet or tissue mask* could be an excellent option for you. For example, the Garnier Hydrabomb Pomegranate Hydrating Tissue Mask acts as a hydrating wrap that diffuses a serum packed full of nutrients and beneficial ingredients during the 15-minute application time. Inspired by the Korean beauty craze, it provides your skin with lasting hydration for quenched, revived and more youthful-looking skin.

Mattifying and exfoliating masks: for oily or combination skin with imperfections
Fed up with constantly shiny skin and breakouts? A *mattifying mask* such as Garnier Pure Active 3-in-1 Charcoal Blackhead Mask Wash Scrub
reduces the look of shine and harnesses the power of activated charcoal in its formula to help draw out impurities, balance an *uneven complexion* and minimise the appearance of pores as it deeply cleanses and purifies them. A *peel off mask* (i.e. a liquid mask that pulls off like a strip) is another highly effective option to lift impurities from the skin. 

Antioxidant masks: for brightening normal skin
Even if you have no particular skin concerns, you can still improve your complexion with a mask. Antioxidants are effective in reviving, rejuvenating and counteracting environmental damage. They can help *brighten your complexion* and visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines for more youthful-looking skin. A great example is the *Hydra bomb rebalancing green tea masks*, Green Tea Extract and Hyaluronic Acid to intensely rehydrate skin, purify, mattify and visibly reduce pores and imperfections.

No matter your concern, you can find a *facial mask* designed to improve your complexion. Simply assess your skin type, choose one of the *recommended face masks*, and start enjoying its benefits.