The 10 best face masks
As the wind whips up and radiators go on, skin can feel ravaged and raw - soothe yourself with these facial treats.
1. Detox face mask
Foaming mask, enriched with almond extract and amino acids, purifies the skin, lifting dirt, oil and make-up from clogged pores.
Price: £34, Malin + Goetz, Space NK
. First class mask
Organic rosemary and lemon essential oils in this weekly treat leave skin naturally glowing.
Price: £8.99, Organic Surge, Organicsurge.com
3. HydraQuench Cream-Mask
Packed with natural ingredients such as Katafray bark and Sorbier tree bud to stimulate micro-circulation and boost hydration.
Price: £31, Clarins, 0800 036 3558
4. Drink Up Intensive
Worn overnight, this intensive mask builds a moisture barrier to combat the drying, ageing effects of day-to-day life.
Price: £20, Origins, 0800 731 4039
5. Hydrating kiwi mask
This gentle, spa-inspired mask’s natural ingredients will replenish dehydrated skin, leaving you with a fresh and healthy glow.
Price: £27, Darphin, 0870 0342566
6. Hydramax + Active
Promises to boost the ability to retain moisture, ensuring skin stays supple and soft, with a radiant, refined texture.
Price: £36, Chanel, 020 7493 3836.
7. Uplifting firming mask
Light hypo-allergenic mask gives instant lift, while moisturising, to plump up fine lines for a refreshed and youthful appearance.
No7, £13, Boots, boots.co.uk
8. 30-day youth revolution
Daily and weekly treatments work together to stimulate cell renewal and minimise wrinkles over time.
9. Satin revitalising firming mask
Used with gentle massage, this claims to enhance drainage of toxins while “resculpting” your face.
Price: £105 for six, Dior, 020 7216 0216.
10. Brightening moisture mask
Organic essential oils and botanical extracts help to eliminate toxins, evening skin tone and brightening the complexion.
Price: £39, L’Occitane, loccitane.com
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