Super Cheap Skin Treat: Korean Sheet Masks

Super Cheap Skin Treat: Korean Sheet Masks
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Every beauty editor worth her weight in lipstick knows that the Koreans have always been at the forefront of skincare. After all, they are the ones who are responsible for that BB Cream craze that hit the States and United Kingdom three years ago. The other skincare trend our friends from the East have introduced us to? Disposable sheet masks. (Even Demi Moore, Rita Ora, Kelly Brook, Jessica Simpson, and Bar Refaeli have gotten in on the express DIY facial fun!)

When a trip to the spa isn't in the budget, the concentrated treatment gel on one side of a single-use paper sheet mask will temporarily fix your skin issues. Our favorite place to shop for them is on, where you'll find roughly 100 different kinds. Below, three to get you started.

Super Cheap Skin Treat: Korean Sheet Masks

If your skin is oily, try Banila Co The Blacks Hydrogel Mask ($8.37). With regular use, it helps suck up any excess sebum while clarifying your complexion, balancing future oil production, and tightening pores.

If your skin is dry, try Nature Republic Aqua Collagen Solution Marine Hydrogel Mask ($5.77). With thrice weekly wear, it helps infuse moisture into a dehydrated dermis, effectively plumping fine lines hanging out around your eyes.

If your complexion is dull, try Skin Food Everyday Facial Mask Sheet ($6.41). It helps brighten and boost your skin's radiance and improve elasticity while reducing the appearance of brown spots.