Blogmas ~ DAY 14 ~ 5 Face Masks That Will Totally Up Your Skincare Game


Saying I’m obsessed with face masks is definitely the understatement of the century. It’s safe to say that I have one hell of an addiction to them and I simply cannot get through the week without using multiple masks for my regular pamper sessions.

As promised a few blog posts ago, I’m here to share my favourite face masks with you. I hope you enjoy the read!

GlamGlow ThirstyMud – £42.00

ThirstyMud is easily one of my favourite skincare products on the market currently. This clever gem can be used in more than one way which for lazy gals like me, is perfect.

This little jar of honey scented goodness can be used as a 20 minute treatment mask, your daily/nighttime moisturiser or can be left on overnight for an intense nourishing treatment.

It’s well worth the higher price point and will definitely be a repurchase of mine when my current one runs out.

Loreal Pure Clay Bright Face Mask – £7.99

I’ve mentioned this mask on my blog before (many months ago!) and it’s still a staple product within my weekly pamper routine.

For only £7.99, this face mask is absolutely incredible. It contains Yuzu lemon which leaves the skin glowing to the Gods and feeling beautifully soft too. This mask is perfect for those who feel as if they’re skin is appearing slightly dull during the Winter months.

Pixi Glow-O2 Oxygen Mask – £26.00

I was kindly sent this mask by Pixi a few months ago and fell in love with it from the very first use. Bubble masks have always kinda freaked me out but they’re oddly satisfying and leave skin feeling amazing.

You also only need the smallest amount of product as once the oxygen reacts with it, a little bit goes a long way.

Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask – £2.99

I’ve got the biggest collection of tissue/sheet masks so narrowing it down to my favourite one was bloody difficult. However, the Garnier Moisture Bomb mask has and always will be one of my go-to’s.

This mask is intensely hydrating, leaves skin feeling nourished, soft, plumped and fresh. Plus, it’s less than three quid so you can’t really go wrong. If you’re creating a stocking for somebody this Christmas, here’s an idea for a perfect little filler.

Origins Ginzing Peel Off Mask – £26.50

I tried this mask for the first time a few weeks ago and I’ve been obsessed with it ever since. I mean, peel off masks have always been fascinating to me but a copper coloured one? I’ve never seen anything like it.

This mask applies easily, dries quickly and is super easy to peel off too. Not to mention it leaves your skin absolutely glowing.

That’s it for my current favourite face masks and my top recommendations this Winter. If you’ve tried any of them personally, let me know in the comments section below as I love hearing about how other people get on with my favourite products. Also let me know any recommendations of yours too!

Thank you so much for reading and I hope you enjoyed today’s Blogmas post.

Love & Lipstick,

Georgia x