Skin Type: Acne-Prone
"As a general rule, it's less about the mask type and more about the active ingredients," said Cambridge, MA, dermatologist, Ranella Hirsch. "Look for masks with the same key ingredients you're using in your skincare regimen to treat your primary concern," she adds. For example, for acne-prone skin, look for masks that contain sulfur like Sunday Riley Sulfur Treatment Mask ($55), or zinc oxide, like Origins Out of Trouble 10 Minute Mask to Rescue Problem Skin ($27). "It's instantly calming, helps with redness and inflammation, and is a known acne killer," notes Marino.