Unless you’ve been living under a rock these past few years, you would know that Korean beauty, specifically skincare, has expanded all over the world. Every brand is coming out with their own foundation cushions (thanks, Laneige!), sleeping masks, essences, and the universally loved sheet masks.
Sheet masks are basically a godsend in the beauty industry because all the minerals and good-for-your skin ingredients are packed in a single piece of cloth, and all you have to do to take it all in is to put it on your face and leave it there for a few minutes! But, just like there are different types of clay masks and exfoliators for different skin types, the same goes for these masks.
So, find out which sheet mask you should be investing in (and which you should ignore) by checking out the different sheet masks you should use based on your skin type!
Dry Skin: Hyaluronic Acid or Water Infused Sheet Masks
Dehydrated skin will do well with sheet masks because they contain concentrated ingredients to help penetrate deeper into the skin. For dry skin, sheet masks with hyaluronic acid and water as their main ingredients should be used because they suck and trap in moisture in the skin, leaving it plumper and more radiant.