Rinse off masks such as clay and strong acids should be used after cleansing your skin. If your go-to mask is cream based or overnight, use it as the last step in your routine and either wipe off or leave overnight according to the instructions. Here's a few of the most common skin concerns that you can tackle with face masks and what would be the most efficient…
For an amazing deep cleanse to detox and purify congested skin, clay masks are the definite go-to. There are different types of clay like Green Clay which is great for oily skin as it absorbs oil really intensely, Pink Clay for more sensitive skin and White Clay for mature and drier skin types. You can always start your masking routine with the clay to deeply cleanse and follow with something more plumping or soothing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Uneven Skin Texture
If you’re after a more even skin texture, more radiant skin tone or reduced pores, use an acid or an Enzyme mask to remove that top layer of your skin and reveal a brighter, smoother complexion!
Plumping And Hydrating
Stress, alcohol and central heating can really dehydrate the skin and make it look lacklustre and dull, so adding moisture to plump the skin is essential to combat these issues. Hyaluronic Acid, Ceramides and Lipids are the key ingredients to look out for in a hydrating face mask.
Experimenting with products can sometimes lead to unwanted irritation and additional stress can also make your skin freak out unexpectedly. Look out for face masks with amazing anti-inflammatories such as Bisabolol, Fern Extract and natural oils such as Seabuckthorn and Andiroba.