I love that we can find good sheet masks at our local drugstore, grocery store or even Walmart & Target stores! Here are my picks for masks you can find while shopping for necessities like cereal, milk or vitamins.
Just because they’re found at a drugstore, doesn’t mean that it’s necessarily cheap! They can still be in the $3+ range but you’re more likely to find coupons or deals.
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JJ Young Pore Charcoal Mud Sheet Mask is one of the more unique mask picks. Unlike traditional sheet masks soaked in a watery or creamy essence, this is a mud/clay mask embedded in the mask material. What I like is the cleanup afterwards is minimal so you’re not getting clay all over your sink.
If you’re a fan of the Peach & Lily sheet masks, their Peach Slices Mango Peace Popsicle Sheet Mask (and other popsicle/ice cream themed masks but I do not recommend the non-dessert themed ones!) are a very close dupe especially with the mask material. And they’re roughly half the price! The Peach Slices masks use lots of botanic extracts and this mango mask was especially brightening.
Pixi PLUMP Collagen Boost Mask is chock full of botanic extracts and peptides, unfragranced and has great adherence and fit. It ticks off all the boxes and is easily accessible at places like Target!
Where to buy:
Pixi (as of Oct 9, 2019, the mask is not on their website, hope it comes back soon)
Target (as of Oct 9, 2019, this is way overpriced at $18+ for a box of 3 right now, it should be $10!)
Sweet Chef Kale + Vitamin B Fresh Pressed Sheet Mask is my favorite of the Sweet Chef masks for its nourishing and moisturizing qualities. Plus it has a cute kale and “don’t kale my vibe” printed on the mask so it’s perfect for selfies.
Whole Foods Clarifying Papaya Cotton Cupra Mask. Basically I love all of the Whole Foods Cupra masks so you really can’t go wrong with any of them. The Cupra material holds a LOT of essence but doesn’t drip which I like. The Papaya one was hydrating and clarifying which is always a welcome benefit.
Speaking of masks found at the grocery store, please don’t try the Trader Joe’s Hydrating Mask. It burned my face upon application and heard that happened to many other people who tried it too.
Whole Foods Age Defying Acai Air Wrapping Mask. I know, another Whole Foods mask. But they’re really good, well priced and you can get this foil type for $5 or less depending on if Amazon or Whole Foods has a sale on the masks (which happens quite often!). Aside from this Acai mask, I also like the Skullcap mask* for major brightening results.