One of the best tips for keeping maskne at bay is a simple one: wash your face. "Try to keep your face as clean as possible during the day," said O'Bryan. "Even though your face may not seem dirty, just having that added environment of the mask on your skin will lead to increased irritation and sebum production."
Another way to fight maskne is by looking at the types of masks you are wearing every day. Celebrity aesthetician Natalie Aguilar previously told POPSUGAR that "people with acne-prone skin should use "ultra lightweight, soft, breathable, and sweat-absorbing masks, preferably made of natural materials such as cotton, silk, or rayon."