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Power masks - Ruth Griffin's favourite treatment masks for your face

There is a mask out there for every body part, but here are my favourites for your face

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Beauty expert Ruth Griffin. Photo: Naomi Gaffey.

Beauty expert Ruth Griffin. Photo: Naomi Gaffey.

Boots Tea Tree & Witch Hazel Nose Strip Mask

Boots Tea Tree & Witch Hazel Nose Strip Mask

Soap & Glory Puffy Eye Attack Under-Eye Brightening Hydrogel Patches

Soap & Glory Puffy Eye Attack Under-Eye Brightening Hydrogel Patches

Lacura Pink Clay Mask

Lacura Pink Clay Mask

Huda Wishful Chin Lift Sculpting Sheet Mask

Huda Wishful Chin Lift Sculpting Sheet Mask

Garnier Nutri Bomb Milky Tissue Mask

Garnier Nutri Bomb Milky Tissue Mask

Simple Kind To Skin Rich Moisture Sheet Mask

Simple Kind To Skin Rich Moisture Sheet Mask

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Beauty expert Ruth Griffin. Photo: Naomi Gaffey.

If your skin is looking parched, dry, puffy or suffering from breakouts - or an odd combination of all of the above - a really quick and effective beauty dig-out is a good face mask.

Gone are the days of there only being one-size-fits-all cream face masks - there are now dozens of types available for every body part. There are now masks for our feet, neck, hands, eyes, faces, bosoms and even our behinds.

This week, I've concentrated on some really effective, hard-working face masks. I've mostly covered sheet masks, which are fibre/fabric masks infused with a super-high dosage of skincare ingredients that meld to our faces, acting as a 'second skin' to really inject the ingredients deep into our complexions.