Whether it’s breakout control, brightening, or anti-ageing, there are many benefits to using a face mask.
Face masks are concentrated and a focused treatment. There are numerous masks available, the more common being;-
Charcoal Masks & Clay Masks Their gentle drawing action can help dislodge debris from congested pores. A well-formulated charcoal mask or clay mask will leave your skin shine-free, but not dried out.
Peel-Off Masks Help gently remove a superficial layer of gunk from pores and a thin layer of dead surface skin without any problem. They can create a nice, smooth feel on skin.
Peptide Masks Activated by skin temperature & designed for cosmetic use to calm and moisturise the skin after micro-needling, surgical procedures, post injection and/or any ablative treatments. Rapidly minimises dehydrated skin and improves the skin’s self moisturising ability
Skin-Brightening Masks Intended to improve the appearance of uneven skin tone and bring radiance to a dull complexion. The best of them include concentrated combinations of effective brightening ingredients, such as arbutin, licorice, bearberry, and niacinamide.
Sheet Masks Part of the Korean skin care craze that has swept the skin care industry globally. These fibre, rubber, gel, or cloth-like masks are saturated with skin care ingredients that you leave on skin for a period of time, allowing the ingredients to soak in before removing the sheet.
Sleep Masks Designed to lock in hydration and add anti-ageing benefits (depending on the formula). Generally, they’re lighter weight than a traditional moisturising mask so you can wear them overnight without worrying about getting your pillow messy.