Beauty,  Lifestyle

The Best Hair and Face Masks on the Market Today

 

Winter has really done a number on our hair and skin. It just won’t go away either. So we have had to find way to bring moisture back into our lives,especially with summer right around the corner! We have rounded up the best hair and face masks on the market today to help those that also suffered from the dreaded alligator winter skin.

 

Acure incredibly Clear Sheet Mask

I have been getting lots of pimples on my face lately and have no idea why. So I bought this sheet mask designed for combo to oily skin. It contains BHA, white willow & cucumber that is supposed to clear things up. What’s great about this product is that it is 100% vegan. While I looked ridiculous my skin felt so smooth after! You just apply the mask to your face for 15 minutes then massage your skin after.  

Burt’s Bees Intense Hydration Treatment Mask

I love Burt’s Bees and this mask really hits the spot for me. This mask has a really thick consistency and a really clean scent. It works like an overnight mask. It won’t dry on your skin and you just leave it on for 5-10 minutes and blot off the excess with a tissue and massage what’s left into the skin.

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay

Ok…now…this one is a twofer…. I use it on my hair and on my skin and let me tell you… this stuff works!! I use it once every two weeks on my hair and I use it once a week on my face. You can honestly use it on your face every day, and it’s great for acne prone skin. When I use it on my hair, I put 2-4 tbsp in a bowl and mix with hot water and 2-4 tbsp of grapeseed or olive oil and mix it until it’s smooth (use a pansaver if you don’t want to worry with cleaning the mess!) and then put it on my hair for about 45-60 minutes and then rinse it out. For my face, I mix equal parts of the clay and either water or vinegar and make a paste and apply it about ¼ to ⅛ in thick and leave on until dry and then rinse off.

 

Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow & Restore Treatment Masque

This hair mask is great for all hair types. It repairs damaged hair while the peppermint helps stimulate the scalp and gives it that tingly feeling. I love Shea Moisture because it’s relatively inexpensive and it’s made without and sulfates or parabens (if you know me and my hair you know I hate both of these things. If you don’t just check out my hair product post here)

 

Carol’s Daughter Rhassoul Clay Softening Hair Mask

rhassoul clay hair softening mask

Carol’s Daughter is another good brand if you’re wanting to stay away from sulfates and parabens. I personally can’t use some of the conditioners they have because they make my hair too heavy… However, I do love this hair mask! It contains Moroccan rhassoul clay and cactus flower that absorbs excess oil as it conditions your hair to leave it super soft!

Shea Moisture Fruit Fusion Coconut Water Weightless Hair Masque

Now, this mask is for those who have fine or thin hair. My sister always struggles to find products that aren’t going to make her hair oily or weigh it down and she loves this product! Plus it smells like a fruity cocktail drink, and who doesn’t love those!

 

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