The Highest Ranked Natural Face Mask Right Now

Summer is when we really kick our skin care into high gear. The muggy weather has a habit of wreaking havoc on our faces, so we're all about deep-pore and natural cleansers as well as natural sunscreens. But above all, we make sure to keep a great mask in rotation. While we've mastered sheet masks and charcoal muds, we're still a little stumped when pinpointing the all-natural pick that reigns supreme. Well, good news: Rank & Style has the scoop on the one natural mask you'll want to grab this season.

The site uses customer reviews, editors' picks, and overall buzz to figure out which products are going to work the hardest for you. Consider its authors beauty lovers with a penchant for math. After crunching the numbers, Rank & Style has named Tata Harper's Resurfacing Mask the winner.
The slippery gel mask gets top marks because it's insanely popular among editors and beauty fiends alike. Instead of hardening to a crisp (which can suck all the moisture out of your skin), it uses a blend of enzymes and pink clay to exfoliate skin and purge pores. On Sephora, user SaraAnnMarie says:

This is the product you want to use after you have pulled an all-nighter studying, been in the sun all day, or like me, spent your weekends being a horse-barn bum. I use this before any big event because it really wakes your skin up and gives your face an amazing glow. I love the smell. The texture is very light and gel-like. Does not burn my face, but noticeably tightens. This will always be my go-to, feel-better mask.

Whether we use it as a spot treatment or all over, it leaves our skin revitalized and radiant. Which is exactly how you want your skin to look in the summer, isn't it?

Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask, $55, available at Sephora.
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