The best facial masks for coaxing the glow from your complexion.
If you’re anything like me and the rest of the entire U.S. population, you’ve polished off your last gingerbread cookie for a while. The time to trade the spoils of the holiday season starts now and to kick it off, start with your skin. Get your complexion on track with a luxe, rejuvenating mask. Facial masks not only zero in on various skin concerns but they encourage you to slow down and take a tranquil time-out.
Karin Herzog Essential Mask. If you’ve been told “you look tired” one too many times lately, fight back with this fatigue-busting mask formulated with active oxygen and vitamin A to plump, brighten and restore hydration. $60 at karinherzog.com
Dermalogica Multivitamin Recovery Masque. Do you look in the mirror and see a dull, blah complexion staring back at you? Slather on this super replenishing mask with concentrated vitamins A, C, E and F to de-stress and re-energize lackluster skin. $48 at dermalogica.com
Bioelements Kerafole. With seaside ingredients like algae and kelp, this deeply purging mask dives deep to naturally purify, calm and tones the skin for a dewy radiance. $48 at bioelements.com
Cecilia Wong Skincare Rescue Blemish Peel Mask. Pestered by post-holiday breakouts? Make a three-minute date with this natural peel that calls on citrus, sage leaf and spearmint extracts team to exfoliate, unclog and brighten skin. $68 at ceciliawongskincare.com
Clairvoyant French Clay Mask with DMAE. Deep clean pores with the detoxifying power of French pink clay and firming, toning boost of DMAE. $30 at clairvoyantbeauty.com
Kora Hydrating Mask. Formulated with extotic noni fruit extract along with vital vitamins and minerals, this calming mask refines pores, lifts dead skin cells and promotes healthy tissue rejuvenation. $52 at koraorganics.com
HollyBeth Organics Grits & Honey Scrub. Massage this golden Tupelo honey and ground cornmeal mask onto skin for a simple and delicious way to banish dead skin and naturally replenish moisture. $25 at hollybethorganics.com
Story originally appeared in the January 2015 issue of So Scottsdale magazine.