Is there anything more relaxing than putting on a face mask at the end of a long day? …read moreSee less
Not only can they make you feel better, but your skin loves them, too! We have a range of clay and charcoal masks for acne-prone or oily skin that unclog impurities and soak up excess oil, so your skin is left feeling shine-free and silky soft. If you’re struggling with a dry, dull complexion, try a hydrating and brightening sheet mask that’s drenched in soothing, moisturising ingredients. Whatever your skin concern, we have a facial mask for you.
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How do clay face masks work?
Clay masks are essential if you’ve got acne or oily skin as they detox and draw out oils and impurities in the skin, helping to reduce shine and the formation of acne.
They work like a sponge, soaking up everything that’s clogging up your pores.
After you’ve applied the clay mask, your skin will tighten as it dries, which is when it soaks up all of the oils and impurities underneath the skin and brings it to the surface.
How do sheet face masks work?
Sheet face masks are soaked full of serum, oils, vitamins and acids that are beneficial for the skin.
The sheet prevents the ingredients from evaporating quickly when applied directly to the skin, so they have longer to penetrate deeper into the skin, so you can reap better benefits.
How do you apply a lip mask?
You should always follow the instructions on your lip mask.
Some lip masks come in jars, tubes, or are sheet masks soaked in serums - most can be swiped across the lips or placed on the lips (usually before you go to sleep).
What is the best type of face mask for dry skin?
If you’ve got dry, dull skin, you’ll want to look for a hydrating, brightening mask.
It should contain ingredients like glycerin, vitamin C, honey, aloe vera, hyaluronic acid, or oils and butters.
What is the best type of face mask for oily skin?
If you’ve got oily, acne-prone skin, look for face masks that contain clay, charcoal and salicylic acid.
Clay and charcoal soak up excess oils and remove impurities deep within your pores, while salicylic acid exfoliates the skin and penetrates past the surface to fight inflammation.