20 essential face masks for your next at-home spa day

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Freeman Sweet Tea & Lemon Peel-Away Clay Mask. Image via Sallybeauty.com.

Sweet Tea & Lemon Peel-Away Clay Mask

Price: $1.99

I probably shouldn’t admit this, but the reason I tried this mask was because I am addicted to sweet tea. And as my go-to drink of choice, I am always willing to try products that give love to something I indulge in often.

I was pleasantly surprised by how much I ended up liking this mask. Not only does it smell nice, which is always a major plus when it comes to face masks, but the fact that it is a peel-off/clay combination mask is something I really liked. The only downside to this mask was that peeling it off was a bit trickier than I expected, as it didn’t seem to want to come off.

However, overall, I really liked this mask. It is for use on oily to combination skin, and as someone with combination skin I like finding masks that work for what I need, while also being different.

Plus, the fact that the mask takes about five to 10 minutes to dry before peeling means that it won’t take long if you can’t stand the feel of clay drying on your skin. And once you peel it off, you just rinse your face and you are good to go.

This mask helps with refining and toning of the face while also cleaning and eliminating excess oils. Basically, this is the kind of mask that is perfect for people looking to get the most out of their face masks. And with this mask coming in single-use packets, you can always try it to see if you like it, without committing to a full jar or tube that you may end up hating.

Personally, I am a fan of these single-use masks (which is why I really like the sheet masks), because it lets me try new things without feeling guilty for buying something I may not like or won’t use often.

Buy here: Sweet Tea & Lemon Peel-Away Clay Mask