Benefits of a Face Mask
A face mask should take be applied after you have cleansed and exfoliated the skin. There are many kinds of facial masks all of which can serve a different purpose. A good face mask can be used to treat a skin condition or to simply maintain the wellness of your skin. If you are experiencing dehydrated or dry skin, a face mask can leave your skin rejuvenated and hydrated. Additionally, if your skin is irritated, red or inflamed, a mask will calm and soothe the skin. Whereas, if your skin is oily and congested, the facial mask will draw out any impurities from the skin.
Application of Face Mask
Facial masks are typically applied and set to the skin for 10-20 minutes and can contain an array of ingredients such as clay, black moor mud, aloe vera, seaweed, algae, herbs and vitamins. Once the mask has done its work, you should cleanse the skin with warm water and apply your favorite of toner, vitamin c serum, and facial cream.
Face Mask Uses
A face mask is intended to treat any particular skin condition and/or to enhance and maintain its current condition. That being said, it's important that you choose a mask just right one. If you're unsure of the right kind of face masks for you, a professional esthetician can usually recommend a facial mask for you to use at home.
Face Masks Benefits
There are many benefits of using a face masks. Depending on its ingredients, your mask can tighten, tone, hydrate, nourish, pull out impurities, heal blemishes, soothe, and rejuvenate the skin. While there are many different kinds of masks some of the most popular are clay, cream and gel masks. Clay masks work to draw oil, dirt and impurities out to the surface of the skin. While both cream and gel masks are formulated to fight dehydration and nourish the skin.