Good quality, clay face masks are great for seeping oil out of your pores. I have super oily skin, and when I do face masks (I like this stuff called Aztec Clay on Amazon I think? It's a powder, and you mix it with equal parts apple cider vinegar, and it's awesome) my skin breaks out a little for a day or two after since the oil is pulled to the surface, and then clears up really nicely.
I don't get dry skin too much, but there are great masks for people with dry skin too, to help moisturize. And face masks that couple as exfoliating scrubs that make your skin suuuuper soft.
You just have to make sure you're getting the right mask for you, and a good quality one. Personally, I don't care for sheet masks or peel off masks, because they don't really help my skin at all and my skin just feels more grimy afterwards. I like thick, clay-based masks that harden like a shell over my skin.
I'd recommend searching Amazon for ones to try, or going to Ulta or something to see if they can recommend a good mask for you. Another option (if you don't wanna deal with pushy sales people) is to go to a dermatologist and have them examine your skin and recommend a good over the counter mask.
But if you don't have bad acne or skin issues you want to take care of, masks aren't really a giant necessity in life either haha. If your skin is fine the way it is, just some occasional exfoliating and a good moisturizer should do the trick too :)
Hope this helps!