Great masks to give your hair, face and skin shine


As evidenced by the recent snowstorms, winter isn’t over for us. This is not good news for our hair and skin. We’re talking about “hat head”, static and dryness.

So it’s time to bring out the big guns of beauty. That’s right: masks.

Masks are made for any part of us – not only for hair and face, but also for feet and hands. Here are my favorites.


When it’s broken: Uncover L’Occitane Intensive Repair Mask ($39 at Apply to your hair in sections from mid to ends and leave for 5 minutes before rinsing completely. The cream-based, silicone-free formula softens everything while also covering hair to protect it the next time you step out.

When it’s dry: People with medium to thick hair know the value of a really moisturizing treatment during winter. Moroccan Oil Intensive Hydrating Mask ($42 at is super creamy and provides rich and deep conditioning. Many of its fans count the amount of argan oil, which is rich in antioxidants, which significantly helps to improve the elasticity and shine of the hair.


When breakouts break out: Mud masks are the undisputed OG of acne prevention and one of the undisputed heavyweights of Keihl’s trusted skincare brands. The company’s Rare Earth Deep Pore Refining Mask ($45 at is a godsend if you’re struggling with breakouts and blackheads thanks to Amazonian white clay mixed with aloe vera and oatmeal. It reduces sebum production, clears clogged pores and appears to shrink pores. It can also be easily used as a spot treatment.

When you want to fade dark spots: Whether you’re struggling with built-up melanin or scarring, the niacinamide and bearberry in Hyper Skin’s Fade and Glow AHA Mask ($48 at can help fade dark spots. It also contains alpha hydroxy acids – the AHAs of its name, which are glycolic acid and mandelic acid – and they work together to exfoliate the skin and make it glow.

When your skin is dull: When skin is dry, it becomes dull. The antidote is overnight masks like Laneige Water Sleeping Mask with Squalane ($29 at Before going to bed, apply it evenly on the face until it is completely absorbed and apply it towards the bed. The formula is paraben- and sulfate-free and contains squalane (adds intense hydration) and a probiotic complex for visible hydration the next morning.


When your knees and elbows feel like sandpaper: Let Lush Beauty Sleep ($18 at do the trick. A jar of thick, creamy ingredients infused with lemon verbena extract and valerian root, along with honey, coconut, wheat germ oil, and avocado and evening primrose oil for maximum hydration. Rub it on your knees and elbows at night, jump into bed, and wake up pot-less to find it.

When your chest needs a boost: If your chest and neck look dull and have fine lines, it’s time to break out the Good Night Chest/Neck Sleeping Mask ($27.90 at Smooth it where necessary; Hyaluronic acid helps skin retain moisture, while ginseng increases circulation to create more natural collagen. Most importantly, it contains collagen that tightens and tightens.

Feet and hands

When feet feel thirsty: Sometimes, when feet are dry like winter, they crack. For dry, cracked feet, massage in Mega-Moisture Heel Reimagining ($32 at This is an intensive work-resistant cream with rose, fruit and jojoba oil, as well as salicylic acid to remove dead skin. Shea butter makes things velvety smooth.

When hands get more wear and tear: The thin skin on our hands loses collagen and elastin every day. Keep Lapcos Coconut Milk Hand Mask ($10 at nearby and put it to good use. Leave it on overnight or apply it in small portions throughout the day (apply it, don’t wash it off) and watch its mixture of ceramides and coconut milk and all the vitamins C + E) restore your hands until they are soft. a baby

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