Masks are great to enhance any beauty routine. We can put on our favorite masks during a girls’ night out or alone in the bathroom. Among the many different types of masks, the most popular ones are made with the new fabrics and the traditional ones in cream. 

Do you know which one to choose?


The Fabric mask is hygienic

The fabric mask has now found its place in our beauty routine. This hydrogel face mask is a new type of mask that adapts perfectly to the contours of the face. Thanks to its individual sachets, the fabric mask avoids polluting the container, unlike a jar mask (especially if you apply it with your fingers). Thus, there is no risk of introducing bacteria liable to harm the composition of the product.

The Fabric mask is perfect before makeup

While the cream mask is really not ideal before a makeover (because it is often considered too oily), the fabric mask is recommended. It promotes makeup absorption, and it can be done in the morning before applying your foundation for a more effective and lasting hold.

The Fabric mask is well dosed

Thanks to its fibrous texture, it contains the exact dose you need. Impregnated with fluid that can be likened to serum, the cosmetic face mask contains an ideal concentrate of active ingredients for optimal efficiency. In short, zero waste!

The Fabric mask is practical

Whether you are at home or traveling, for a relaxing break or an express treatment, the fabric mask is easily transportable. Its individual bag allows you to slide it where you want without it drying out.


The Cream mask is economical

Homemade or bought from a store, the cream mask remains the essential “it” in a woman’s beauty routine. Whether it’s a big or a small jar, the cream mask is still the most economical formula to hydrate your skin without spending a fortune. Even if you put a certain budget in it, your jar will keep for 2 to 3 months after opening, so no stress!

The Cream mask is versatile

Unlike a cloth mask, the cream mask can be applied as you see fit. On the neck or exclusively on the T zone (to treat excess sebum) or combined with other creams (does the multi-mask trend mean anything to you?) And it then becomes versatile. Thus, the cream mask makes it possible to treat the targeted area more effectively.

The Cream mask adapts to all skin types

Oily, dull, acne-prone, or simply dry skin, each skin has its own mask! Thanks to its popularization, the cosmetics industry continues to improve its offer to adapt as closely as possible to our needs. Beyond its creamy texture, there is a diversity of appearances, such as “peel-off” masks, gel masks, and foam masks.

The Cream mask is popular

Even if fabric masks are gaining ground against “traditional” masks, cream masks still have a bright future ahead of them. A reality that allows you to obtain it easily and this in a varied range of prices and specificities.


Even if the two types of masks each have their advantages, we admit a slight preference for the fabric mask because of its playful and practical side. In addition, it can be used in three different ways:

– at room temperature in classic use version

– cold, with a quick twist in your fridge for an ultra-fresh, invigorating burst of radiance

– hot, by placing the fabric mask (always in its packaging) in a bain-marie (but never in the microwave, eh!) for a relaxing treatment. In addition, this technique makes it possible to open the pores of the skin upstream for a more in-depth treatment.