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Face masks are great additions to your regular skin care routine. They help reboot the skin and detoxify pores from all the accumulated dirt and grime. Facial masks come in several forms: sheet, clay, gel, and cream. Whichever mask type you prefer, it will surely work wonders on your skin. To take away the guesswork, we turned to our GIRLTalkers for their recommended masks for flawless skin.

1. Laneige Water Bank Sleeping Mask
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"Parang ang glowy mo pagkagising." - from GIRLTalker coolkidfight

2. Purederm Moisturizing Cucumber Pack
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"Thrice a week ko siya ginagamit tapos ang soft sa skin." - from GIRLTalker jelynvanillas

3. IWhite Peel-Off Mask
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"Three times ko palang nagamit pero nag-lighten na yung mga pimple marks ko at ang sarap ng cooling sensation. Baby-smooth and brighter skin after tanggalin ng mask." - from GIRLTalker parpol_haze

4. Etude House I Need You, Tea Tree! Mask Sheet
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"[It] has a cooling effect, [and I have] smoother skin [right] after using [it.]" - from GIRLTalker miss_taken

5. Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay
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"After I'm done sa mask, I'm slightly rosy." - from GIRLTalker minatay91

"I love it dahil ang lakas maka-glow. Until the next day glowy pa rin ang face ko." - from GIRLTalker kyuza

6. Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque
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"Been using since high school." - from GIRLTalker dulcette

"My face looks clearer and brighter and my pores did lessen [in size]." - from GIRLTalker iwannabeasupermodel

"Mint julep has been a staple, and whenever I have a few pimples, I do spot treatment and it dries up quickly." - from GIRLTalker snix

"My face looks clean and bright after use." - from GIRLTalker Solana

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