Face & Eye Masks
There are so many different kinds of skincare face masks – whether it’s a clay mask, hydrating mask or an eye mask, your skin will reap the benefits, making them a great additional step to your skincare routine. Designed to deliver a targeted treatment, you can use a skincare face mask as and when you need it – or incorporate one into your routine a few times per week to give your skin some much-needed glow. READ MORE
Face & Eye Masks
Unlike other skincare products, which either immediately sink into the skin or are rinsed off after a few seconds, skincare face masks are designed to stay on the skin for a given amount of time (usually no more than ten minutes), so their ingredients can intensely absorb and deliver a targeted treatment into the skin. Oily, congested skin types might want to try a clay mask that intensely absorbs excess dirt and oil and helps unclog pores. Starest – Glow Superfood Clay Mask is packed with superfood ingredients and vitamin C to detoxify and brighten the skin. It also works to calm and soothe any breakouts, making it a great clay mask for acne. And if you’re dealing with dull skin, a pink clay mask will help give it a new lease of life – try Perl Cosmetics’ British Pink Clay Mask, which stars healing pearl powder to illuminate and revive a tired complexion.
A hydrating mask is great for giving skin an extra boost of dewy radiance before a big event. Beauty Pro’s Hyaluronic Acid Gold Foil Mask heats up on contact with the skin and delivers a hefty dose of skin-plumping hyaluronic acid and nourishing Q10. Or if you’re after a face mask for dry skin, you might want to try a sheet mask, the best kind of moisturising face mask, which can simply be removed in one sweep, instead of being rinsed off. Beauty Pro’s Nourishing Collagen Mask features marine collagen and olive oil, which replenishes dry skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines.
Feeling sleepy or jet lagged? An eye mask, could be just what you need. Working in a similar way to a skincare face mask, Barber Pro’s Super Eye Mask reduces puffiness and hydrates the fragile skin around the eye area. While an overnight face mask can hydrate and nourish the skin while you sleep. ‘Multi-masking’ is another big trend, especially good for combination skin – where different masks are applied to different areas of the face, depending on what the particular issue is.
Which mask does your skin need today?