Best Face Masks: Give Your Skin Some Rest
Even though the winter was so mild we couldn’t even justify buying a new stylish coat, our skin has still registered the lower temperatures. Now it needs a bit of awakening and some nutrients, minerals, and most of all hydration. We’ve selected the best face masks that can be easily used at home with the results of a salon treatment. Make yourself comfortable and give your skin a relaxing treatment.
Spring Detox: Pure Clay Mask
Looking for a mask to effectively remove all the impurities? The thoroughly cleansing L'Oréal Paris Pure Clay Detox Mask detoxifies and brightens your skin. The texture of activated charcoal is also able to bind a lot of dirt and remove all the excess sebum from your skin. A combination of different clays contained in the mask enhances the effects of the charcoal with the ability to perfectly clean the pores.
How to Use This Face Mask?
It’s incredibly easy! Apply it to your skin, leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes, and wash off with lukewarm water.
A Dose of Hydration: Garnier Face Mask
Whatever your skin type is, it definitely needs hydration. Trust that your skin will soon thank you – and Garnier Skin Naturals Moisture+Freshness sheet mask is just the way to do it. Place the mask on your face and enjoy how it replenishes your skin’s energy and moisture minute by minute. The mask also strengthens the protective barrier which protects your skin from harmful factors, and hyaluronic acid keeps your skin youthful and fresh.
How to Use This Hydrating Mask?
Place the mask on clean and dry skin and leave on for only 3 to 5 minutes, then wash it off. Your skin will be smooth, deeply cleansed, mattified, with tight pores and a beautiful scent.
For Blackheads: Pilaten Black Mask
There’s a reason this mask has been a hit on social media for some time – it actually works! The Pilaten Black Head black peel-off face mask contains activated charcoal to help you get rid of all blackheads and dirt. The application requires a little bit of patience since this mask is quite thick and should be applied as evenly as possible. After you’ve managed to do that, leave it on for 30 minutes and then peel it off. All the dirt will cling to it, so you’ll be able to actually see what was sitting in your pores. If you want to feel what it’s like to have a skin like a baby, this mask is an absolute must-have.
How to Use This Peel-Off Mask? Apply the mask to your T-Zone and leave on for 20 to 30 minutes until it dries. Then peel it off carefully, starting at the bottom and proceeding upwards.
For Wrinkles: Korika Sheet Mask from Korea
If your birthday cake has a considerable number of candles on it, it’s time for the KORIKA FermentBeauty sheet mask with fermented wine and hyaluronic acid. We’re all familiar with the first one in this pair of ingredients, and we often struggle to pronounce the name of the other, but they both do the same thing – reduce skin ageing. Just put this gentle mask on and enjoy the wonderful pampering sensation which leaves your skin smooth and absolutely glowing. And don’t forget to perform this beauty ritual on a regular basis to achieve visible anti-ageing effects.
How to Use This Sheet Face Mask?
Place the mask on thoroughly cleansed skin, using the openings for eyes and lips as guidance. Leave on for 15 to 20 minutes, and then remove.
A Brightening Effect for Everyone: Revolution Mango Mask
How to Use This Exfoliating Mask?
Apply the mask to clean face in a thin layer and massage your skin for about 30 seconds. Then leave the mask on for 10 to 15 minutes, and wash it off with lukewarm water.
If you also use classic face masks, we very much recommend trying to apply them with a brush. It makes it considerably easier to spread the mask evenly while avoiding sensitive areas. And most importantly, using them feels so nice! If you want to elevate your mask routine, use a good brush that provides a light massage during application.
Now that you know which face masks are our favourite, it’s your turn! What is a face mask you simply cannot live without? Let us know in the comments.