Remember when facial masks were used solely as a fun way to pamper your skin? They smelled great, felt great, but didn't really do much to improve your overall skin condition. Today, the technology has become so developed and specific when it comes to targeting, treating and preventing a myriad of skin problems, that skin masks have joined the ranks of cleansers and moisturizers as necessities for achieving healthy-looking skin. From gel to clay, we break down the five most important masks to target all your skincare concerns.
Regina Domfrocht is an Argentinean fashion and beauty writer living in NYC. Always on the hunt for the next style trend, up and coming designers, and affordable fashion loot, it's no surprise that Regina's other passion involves styling. Obsessed with high-end designers like Oscar de la Renta and Marc Jacobs, Regina also loves scouring low-brow fashion shops like Zara and Topshop. You can find her on Twitter @Reginado1705.