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13 Best Anti-Aging Face Masks for Women Over 50 to Treat Your Skin

Choose the mask that's right for your skin.

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With the changes our skin undergoes as we age, it’s important to find a beauty routine that can replenish mature skin — and masking is a great place to start. Using a face mask a few times a week will add a boost to what your skincare is already doing, help target your specific needs, and offer a relaxing respite from the day that we could all really use right about now.

Whether you are looking to plump or firm, have sensitive skin or rosacea, or just trying to minimize the appearance of fine lines, keep scrolling for our picks for the 13 best face masks for women over 50.

What ingredients should you look for when buying face masks?

But before we get to the masks, let’s talk about ingredients real quick. Whether your skin is sensitive or not, it’s always important to understand exactly what you’re putting on your face. Generally, for women over 50, there are three skin concerns that are the most prevalent: hydration (or lack thereof), inflammation, and wrinkles. If one of these skin concerns hits home for you, choose a face mask full of skin-saving ingredients that properly treat those conditions. So, what ingredients should you keep an eye out for? Check out our handy guide below!

Face masks ingredient guide
  • Hydration. If dry skin is your chief concern, look for a face mask filled with ingredients like ceramides, hyaluronic acid, lactic acid, glycolic acid, different kinds of oils, aloe, and urea to ease the plight of dehydrated skin.
  • Inflammation. Whether it’s rosacea or occasional redness, inflammation is never fun. So if you’re looking for a face mask to soothe your skin and ease your inflammation, reach for one containing ingredients like centella asiatica, green tea extract, chamomile, cucumber, niacinimide, vitamin E, and aloe.
  • Wrinkles. For smooth, supple, and wrinkle-free skin, choose a mask containing ingredients like alpha lipoic acid, collagen, retinol, vitamin C, niacinimide, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin E.

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