Perfect pores: 10 best facial treatment masks

Pamper your winter-ravaged face with a restoring skin saver 

We love cold, bright winter days, but our skin definitely doesn't. Chilly weather can leave complexions dry and dull, while summer's golden, glowy skin feels like a lifetime ago. But help is at hand; treatment masks will counteract most skin problems and we've trawled through pots of the stuff.

From ESPA Super Active Lift & Firm for mature faces to Aromatherapy Associates Soothing Treatment Mask for sensitive skins, we've tried them to find the pick of the best for every skin type.

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Verdict

Dermalogica's Multivitamin Power Recovery Masque stands out because it suits all skin types and leaves complexions looking like you've had a seriously expensive salon facial. Sensitive skins will love Elemis Papaya Enzyme Peel. And for a hard-working product, the three-masks-in-one This Works No Wrinkles Time Dose is hard to beat.

Buy now

1. Dermalogica Multivitamin Power Recovery Masque, £34.50 for 75ml

2. Elemis Papaya Enzyme Peel, £34.50 for 75ml

3. ESPA Super Active Lift & Firm Mask, £45 for 55ml

4. Aromatherapy Associates Soothing Treatment Mask, £51 for 100ml

5. This Works No Wrinkles Time Dose Mask, £36 for 75ml

6. Jurlique Herbal Recovery Antioxidant Gel Mask, £40 for 100ml

7. Una Brennan Super Facialist Tea Flower Deep Clean Pore Purifying Clay Mask, £8.99 for 125ml

8. Origins Drink Up, £22 for 100ml

9. Champneys Spa Skin Plus Collagen Firming Face Mask, £12.50 for 50ml

10. Clayspray Brightening Masque, £15 for 30ml

 

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