Frigid temperatures suck every bit of moisture from your skin; turn to one of these masks to help replace it.

La Prairie’s Skin Caviar Luxe Sleep Mask is billed as an overnight facial. Along with intense hydration, it firms and refines texture and tone; $300 at select Saks Fifth Avenues or laprairie.com.

Copper, or more accurately, professional strength copper peptide complex, is the key ingredient in Neova’s Copper Moisture Mask. It replenishes moisture while smoothing and diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, $49 at neova.com.

A cup of chamomile tea is always soothing — so why not put it on your face? Find it in Dermovia’s Calming Chamomile mask, which comes in the form of a stretchable lace gauze that easily conforms to your face to refresh and improve hydration; $15 (or four for $55) at dermovia.com.

Avon’s Anew Clinical Overnight Hydration Mask is a light gel, formulated with encapsulated shea butter and hyaluronic acid, both said to offer deep hydration overnight. Results can last up to 48 hours; $30 at avon.com.