3 Hydrating Face Masks to See you Through Winter

When it comes to skincare you can't beat a good face mask and with winter in full swing, the cold is sucking the life out of my skin. So I have 3 of my favourite hydrating masks.

Peter Thomas Roth Marine Algae Mask* | £50

Firstly I have this super hydrating Mask from Peter Thomas Roth. This Jelly like mask feels so refreshing on my dry skin. This kind of sets and goes like dried up moisturiser within around 5 minutes on the skin but after removing the results are really quite something. My skin feels so much softer, it looks more plump and overall more glowing. It contains Green Tea from Korea that deeply nourishes and rejuvenates tired skin. As well as being deeply nourishing and hydrating this also contains Antarciticine which creates a weightless shield from the environment and pollutions that could harm the skin. So not only does this instantly work, it provides a lasting effect. I've been using this every other day and it really helped stop winter playing havoc with my skin.

GlamGlow ThristyMud Treatment* | £37.50

If we're talking hydrating then this GlamGlow mask is a real winner. Blended with raw Honey and Hyluronic Acid this is an instant treatment for dry or dehydrated skin. It doesn't dry on the skin and it can be massaged in or removed depending on the level of hydration you want. I personally like to massage it in - you can never have too much hydration. It can also be used over night. Anyway I use it I love the results, super smooth soft skin, without any dry areas.

Pixi Nourishing Overnight Mask | £18

A slightly more budget option that doesn't compromise the results is this amazing mask from Pixi. This is an overnight mask but you can use it for a quick skin pick me up. It has a very rich consistency that isn't heavy or sticky on the skin. I like to use it as the last step in my evening skincare routine, it seals and locks all the other products into the skin. My skin is always so much more plumper and smoother when I use this. It really helps plump out my dehydration lines and sooth any dry patches.

I really can't recommend all these masks enough, especially if you have dry / dehydrated skin or just looking for something to give your skin a pick -me-up.

Have you tried any of these? What are your thoughts?

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