How can face masks improve your skin?

How can face masks improve your skin?

The rising popularity of face masks is incredible – Not only do Face mask can offer the skin highly concentrated ingredients to treat specific skin concerns, but they could be an alternative at-home treatment for your skin during the urban busy lifestyle. There’re more and more dermatologists starting to recommend face masks to their patients. Face Masks works in different ways as toner or serum, which face masks deliver ingredients to deeper layers of the skin more efficiently. Well, though the step of face masks is not 100% necessary in your daily skincare routine, it is more like a treatment or booster for your skin.

Then there are some fun forms of facial masks, such as some latest innovations: bubble ups, changing colours and peeling off, etc. Here are three main different types of face masks to consider:

Sheet masks: Sheet Mask is a single use treatment, which is easy and quick to use in the morning or before bedtime, either to kick off the morning or at night to repair your skin.

They are not only hydrating but also repairing, soothing and rejuvenating the skin. The multi ingredients saturated on the skin in an occlusive way keep air from getting in which increases the higher absorption in a short time. Some dermatologists recommend keeping these masks in the fridge to get an anti-inflammatory benefit as well.

Clay or mud masks:  Clay masks act as a deep cleansing treatment, which they can absorb oils and impurities, mild exfoliate the skin, brighten skin, calm inflammation and treat acne. Mud masks is a skin-healing agent, and they exfoliate, cleanse and nourish the skin. They both are perfect for oil or combination skin, which can be applied to the full face or locally in the oily areas. With mud masks, people love multi-masking, which the clay masks can be put on T-zones and a hydrating and repairing mud mask for the rest of the face.


Sleeping packs or overnight masks: For dry or mature skin, people are looking for nourishing, repairing and rejuvenating masks that can give the skin an instant glow and long-term radiance and firmness. They overnight masks or sleeping masks usually come with a thicker texture and help all the ingredients to lock in the underneath layers of the skin. The next day morning, you will get soft, glowing baby-like skin.

Skincare Routine tip: Apply masks after serum but before moisturiser. If it’s a leave-on overnight mask, you replace your night-time moisturiser with it. For the best results, it is recommended to use facial masks 2-3 times per week.

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