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.

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