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Face Mask Face-Off: Six Great Hydrating At-Home Treatments

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At-home skin-rejuvenating treatments can be just as luxurious and splurge-worthy as visits to the spa. Racked trendwatcher Donna Kim picks six of her favorite face masks that are in stores now.

1. Jurlique purifying mask, $45 at yesstyle.com: A dime-size amount of this clay mixture will purify your skin to help rebalance oiliness.

2. Clinique moisture surge facial sheet mask, $72 at yesstyle.com: Pre-moistened sheets enriched with aloe-activated water will leave skin smooth and moistened.

3. SK-II facial treatment, $125 at Saks Fifth Avenue: SK-II’s signature Pitera ingredient is filled with vitamins and minerals that leave the skin radiant and moisturized.

4. “Hydramax + Active” active moisture mask, $50 at Chanel: A thin layer of this formulation over the face will instantly help boost the skin’s hydration, making it soft and supple.

5. Peter Thomas Roth pumpkin enzyme peel, $44 at skinstore.com: Pumpkin enzymes in this delicious smelling mask helps fight wrinkles and maintains radiance.

6. Fresh rose face mask, $55 at sephora.com: Formula consisting of real rose petals, cucumber extract, and aloe vera helps hydrate and tones skin.

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