7 Drugstore Face Masks Dermatologists Actually Use

Neutrogena

SheaMoisture

Olay

Acure

Avène

Freeman Beauty

Yes To

Neutrogena

Moisturizing Hydro Boost Hydrating Face Mask, $2.59 at Target

“This mask has brought hydrogel technology to the mass market at a very reasonable cost and it offers mega hydration and calming effects to the skin, which is ideal during these hot summer months.” -Dr. Joshua Zeichner, NYC dermatologist 

SheaMoisture

Raw Shea Butter Hydrating Mud Mask, $9.99 at Walmart

“The mud in this mask absorbs impurities like a Dyson vacuum and the shea butter smooths like a charm.” -Dr. Mona Gohara, NYC dermatologist

Olay

Regenerist Luminous Overnight Facial Mask Gel Moisturizer, $23.99 at Target

“This intensely hydrating overnight mask is great for those using retinol or other anti-aging or acne treatments.” -Dr. Michelle Henry, NYC dermatologist

Acure

Seriously Soothing Biocellulose Gel Mask, $5.09 at Vitacost

“This biocellulose mask is loaded with lots of hyaluronic acid and is a particularly great recovery mask for irritated or inflamed skin.” -Dr. Dhaval Bhanusali, NYC dermatologist

Avène

Soothing Sheet Mask, $9.50 at Walgreens

“I love this hydrating, calming mask to refresh and soothe the skin. It’s super gentle so great for even the most sensitive skin. I often store it in the fridge to boost the soothing sensation.” -Dr. Sejal Shah, NYC cosmetic dermatologist

Freeman Beauty

Firming Hydrogel Mask With Blue Marine Algae + Peptides, $2.94 at myotcstore.com

“This mask gives complexions a healthy glow, hydrates the skin and helps with inflammation. I love the cooling effect of a hydrogel mask, which is perfect for the hot summer months.” -Dr. Dendy Engelman, cosmetic dermatologist

Yes To

Tomatoes Charcoal Peel Mask, $12.60 at Target

“When masking on a casual summer weekday, this charcoal mask is my go-to for absorbing debris and pollution.” -Dr. Dhaval Bhanusali, NYC dermatologist

Masking is an important step in a healthy skin care routine. Not only can you personalize and find the mask that best fits your skin’s needs, it’s a great way to infuse your skin with nutrients and moisturizing ingredients so it stays healthy and hydrated. Best of all, you can smear or pop one on while you’re washing dishes or catching up on your favorite Netflix series.

Since we’re all about saving a buck or two whenever possible, we asked dermatologists to share their picks for the best drugstore face masks that revive, nourish and hydrate skin. Here are their top picks!

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