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For this week’s wish list, let’s talk face masks. As a product junkie, I have quite a few masks stocked up at home that still need to be used, but of course I’m over here dreaming of new ones (expensive new ones at that). I’ll force myself to work through the ones I have before even considering getting one of these, but I’m sure you’ll agree with me that these are all lust-worthy.

  1. May Lindstrom The Honey Mud $90. I’ve been dreaming about this one for a while, so this might need to be the first one I indulge in. This is a gentle enzyme cleanse and a mask featuring raw honey and white halloysite clay with pure plant oils. It is both silky and pudding-like in texture as it frees your skin of pollutants and infuses it with enzymes and nourishment instead.
  2. Joanna Vargas Exfoliating Mask $75. For something a bit more intense, this mask brightens and firms skin with lactic acid and fruit enzymes. Clay draws out impurities, while vitamin c, hyaluronic acid and galactoarabinan reduce hyperpigmentation, promote collagen and elastin production and add moisture.
  3. Sisley-Paris Black Rose Mask $162. This mask is a bit more expensive than the others, but I’ve heard it’s very worth it. There are so many celebs that use this and we all know they have the best skincare specialists at their beck and call, so if they love this, we’re bound to love it too. This mask is for anti-aging, plumping, revitalizing and hydrating. Yes, yes, yes and yes.
  4. Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask $120. When you need a deep clean, turn to this mask, which features Hungarian thermal mud and white clay. This mask will deep clean, nourish, naturally absorb pore-clogging oils and draw out toxins and impurities.
  5. Erno Laszlo Hydra-Therapy Memory Sleep Mask $90. Finally, night masks are some of my favorite. I love nothing more than throwing on a hydrating mask and falling asleep. This one is restorative and will rejuvenate and repair the skin.

Have you guys tried any of these? If so, do tell!

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