Face Mask Face Off: How 3 Masks Compare


I am excited to be bringing you another edition of my beauty series "Face Off" where I compare three of the same type of product and share what I think about them. While I do love individual product reviews I find that sometimes it helps to compare them to other similar ones and see what elements of each are better suited for you. As you may remember a few weeks ago I tested out a sheet mask subscription service and ever since I've been on a face mask kick, so why not examine a few of my favorites and compare them. 


Innsifree's Jeju Volcanic Color Clay Mask in Calming comes in a lilac-colored tube with a flip top cap.

Glossier's Mega Greens Galaxy Pack comes in a little tub with a screw-on top.

Boscia's Luminizing Black Mask is in a sleek, black tube with a twist-off cap.


The Innisfree mask is super thin and smooth and goes on very nicely. 

Glossier's mask is very thick and feels like spreading a chunky guacamole on your face.

The Boscia mask is thick when you first squeeze it out of the tube but applies in a super thin layer which you then peel off when you're done. 


Innisfree's mask costs $11.

Glossier's mask is $22.

Boscia's mask is $34 (however this one was gifted to me through Influenster).

The Verdict:

These are all great for different reasons! If I had to pick one, I'd probably choose the Glossier mask because you can watch the formula literally get absorbed by your skin. I feel like it does the most. The peel-off mask from Boscia definitely helped smooth out certain areas of my face. The Innisfree mask makes my face look a delightful shade of lavender and it also reduces redness, but in my opinion it's the least effective. 


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Have you tried any of these masks?