5 Best Face Masks for Oily Skin

Face masks are the biggest craze within the skincare industry at the moment. From foaming bubble masks to glitter masks, there’s not much that doesn’t exist within this monumental category. With the overwhelming number of products on the market, it can be difficult to figure out what actually works and what just makes a good Instagram post. If you’re someone who has oily skin, then you know that using any mask won’t do. Something curated specifically for your skin type is the best way forward. That’s why we’re sharing 5 of our favourite face masks for oily skin. Check them out below. 

Saskia, Dead Sea Mud Mask 

Dead sea mud is a magical ingredient that works wonders on your skin. This specific one from Saskia is infused with lemongrass, and the combination of the two ingredients, along with all the minerals in the dead sea mud works to detoxify and purify your pores and remove any blackheads. It completely soaks up oils on the face and will leave a clearer more even complexion.

Haven, Purifying Clay Mask

Another product with dead sea mud, that specifically works to purify your skin. It’s perfect for oily skin as all the minerals in the mud work together to properly deep cleanse your pores. Leave this mask for up to 15 minutes, and your skin will be thanking you. 

Smack That Scrub, Pampering Facial Scrub

Although not technically a mask, this facial scrub works really well for oily skin. It exfoliates and removes all dead skin leaving a brighter complexion. It properly cleanses the skin and gives it the necessary hydration. 

Fresh, Umbrian Clay Mask

You may have noticed that clay products are a common thread within this article, but that’s because they’re great for oily and acne prone skin. This specific mask has a delicately smooth texture and has multipurpose use, whether it be used as a daily deep cleanser, instant purifying mask, or to reduce the appearance of pores and imperfections. 

Boscia, Green Tea Oil-Control Mask 

This product is a little different than the generic masks you may find. The texture is a little different and comes out very thick. You’ll need a lot of product to properly spread on your skin. But it does work wonders and works like a vacuum, clearing all your pores and impurities.  It’s properly best to apply it only to the most oil-prone areas of your face. Once you put it on, leave it to dry and carefully peel it off. Once peeled and cleaned your skin will no longer feel like skin but rather extremely soft suede. 

 

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