You must have noticed that facial treatment masks have become a ‘thing’, it seems like the world of skincare has gone mask crazy! Now it’s  not that face masks  ever went away of course, more that we stopped talking about them, probably due to the lack of innovation. A good selection of masks has always been a part of my skincare regime, although I’ve not always been good at maintaining a regular regime.

Thankfully, over the last couple of years, the beauty brands have been working to re ignite our passion for using masks as  part of our skin maintenance regime. Suddenly face masks are sexy again and we are able to see tangible results often with just one use which is amazing. There is a mask for every skin condition, whether its sensitive skin, dehydrated, oily, dry or blemished there is a mask for it.

One of my favourite types of mask is the sheet mask, I guess that for me there is something very satisfying about the process of performing my cleansing routine and then applying a sheet mask, pressing it into the contours of my face, and then waiting for the big reveal 🙂 and with my favourite masks it’s always a ‘Ooh, my skin looks fab’ moment.

In case you don’t know sheet masks originated in South Korea, where they have elevated the daily  skincare routine to an art form. Most sheet masks are made from some form of tissue or paper, with cut outs for eyes, nose and lips, saturated with nutrient rich serums and essences and are worn for anything from 10-20 minutes and then as if by magic your skin looks better…way, way better, especially when you use the hydrating, skin plumping masks!

I love the portability of these masks, you can either buy them individually or in a multipack, so you can keep one in your handbag, a couple at work, so that any time your skin needs a boost when you’re away from home, you’re covered; they are especially great when you’ve had a busy day and are going from office to event and of course when you’re travelling ….nothing like a sheet mask to boost ‘post flight’ skin with a shot of intense moisture.

If you are treating a particular skin concern like dehydration you can use most hydrating  sheet masks as an intensive treatment 3x a week with your favourite serum underneath for extra oomph!


Try different ones based on your skin needs and see which works best for you

When you remove the mask, rub any excess product into your face and neck…do not rinse, just pat the remaining nectar into your skin.

Have you tried using a sheet mask yet?

💜Here are some picks for Brightening 










Starskin – Energizes and recharges visibly dull, tired and lackluster skin and -Minimizes dark spots and evens skin tone. Available for £8.50 from

111Skin – the bio cellulose instantly locks moisture into your skin and enables a deeper penetration of three key ingredients that we have added. This mask contains Arbutin to brighten, Silk Amino Acids to condition and Centella Asiatica to stimulate collagen production. Available for £20 from


💜Here are some picks for Firming 










Starskin: Firms, lifts and sculp