The Best Sustainable Sheet Masks Worth Trying

The Best Sustainable Sheet Masks Worth Trying

Despite their popularity, sheet masks aren’t great when it comes to sustainable living. Thankfully, the beauty industry appears to be catching on, with several brands launching next-generation products which are compostable, recyclable and biodegradable. Here are some of our favourites…

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Revolution Bamboo Tissue Sheet Masks, £8

Best For: Affordability 

Why We Love It: These accessible sheet masks are suitable for all skin types, with one for blemish-prone, oily and dry skin. Using key ingredients, they brighten, gently exfoliate (thanks to pineapple extract) and strengthen the skin with vitamin E, to keep your complexion in peak condition. They are all noteworthy, but our favourite is the blemish-prone option. Formulated with niacinamide, salicylic acid and witch hazel, it takes down angry bumps when time is at a premium. While it won’t get rid of spots entirely, it will take down their appearance and minimise redness. Available at


Garnier Moisture Bomb Sheet Mask Night, £1.99 (was £2.99)

Best For: Sensitive Skin

Why We Love It: This juicy sheet mask offers the same quantity of nourishing formula as one bottle of serum. Brimming with hyaluronic acid and moisturising glycerine, it’s ideal for night-time, when you want to boost hydration levels and allow ingredients to sink in overnight. Soothing and suitable for sensitive skin, it’s especially useful if you’re suffering with feelings of dryness or tightness. Expect your face to be softer and brighter looking come morning. Available at


Decree SOS Revitalising Sheet Mask, £120 For Six

Best For: Reactive Skin 

Why We Love It: Sheet masks don’t get much more luxurious than this. Decree’s new biodegradable offering has been formulated by skincare expert, Dr Anita Sturnham, so you can guarantee the very best results. Created with rosewater, hyaluronic acid, glycerine and niacinamide, it hydrates, counteracts redness, soothes inflammation and reduces sensitivities – in short, it ticks several boxes, and the formula is vegan. The masks themselves are highly saturated with product, too, so you really get your money’s worth. Give the sheet a good squeeze post-use, and be sure to massage any excess onto the skin.Available at


Maskologist Rose Glowing Potion Mask, £23.50

Best For: Healing & Reducing Inflammation 

Why We Love It: Fully biodegradable, Maskologist’s sheet masks are made from plant cellulose – which means nothing is soaked in chemicals to prevent it from breaking down naturally. Delivering a hefty dose of real rose petals, oil extracts and antioxidants, it aids in treating everything from enlarged pores to soothing mature, dry complexions. It has antibacterial properties too – great for anyone suffering with acne-prone skin.Available at


Whamisa Organic Fruit Masks, £6.50

Best For: Tightening Pores 

Why We Love It: Made up of 95% organic ingredients, Whamisa’s sheet masks will either dissolve in water immediately or degrade within a week, so you never have the throwaway guilt post-use. Using fruits like apple, kiwi, banana and tomatoes, this all-natural mask helps to gently exfoliate and unclog pores, while hazel seed oil refines and tightens skin for a satisfyingly smooth finish.Available at


Rael Hydro Lock Facial Mask, £11.84

Best For: A Speedy Glow

Why We Love It: Formulated with bamboo yarn, Rael has a whole range of sustainable sheet masks that are completely recyclable and biodegradable. Our favourite contains grapefruit and orange extracts to brighten, as well as sodium hyaluronate to boost moisture and lend a dewy sheen. Try putting one in the fridge before you use it, too – you’ll love the cooling, refreshing sensation. You’ll also find make-up applies far more seamlessly post-use.Available at

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