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DIFFERENT TYPES OF FACE MASK AND THEIR BENEFITS.

Do you know that a Face mask can be a fantastic tool to have in your beauty arsenal?

Skin types (oily, dry, sensitive, or combination) and age are two (2) core factors to consider when discussing face mask. 

Face Masks and their benefits.

  • Sheet Masks

Sheet masks can be used with all skin types; they are especially effective for resistant skin types when paired with serums. This mask, when used with serums can push the serums deep into the skin, for total efficiency.

  • (Mud) Clay Masks

The Clay or Mud mask is a form of restorative, moisturizing mask that naturally detoxifies the skin as it hydrates without oil. It’s a great option for normal and oily skin types

  • Cream Masks

This mask is ideally for Normal to Dry Skin. Dry skin types will benefit from this cream mask, which is endowed with oils and moisturizers that penetrate deeply and renew dry cells.

  • Exfoliating Masks

This type of Mask is for all skin types. If you possess a sensitive skin, try a mask with enzymes.  Exfoliating masks slough off dulling dead skin cells and purge deep-seated dirt in your pores using hydroxy acids and fruit enzymes

  • Gel Masks

The benefits is solely for: Dry and Sensitive Skin

The soothing, cooling effect of this mask is nice for dry and sensitive skin types that need hydration ahead of firming and detoxifying. 

  • Charcoal Masks

 It’s ideally for detoxifying skin. It’s also good for oily complexions and acne.

  • Sleep Masks

For hydration boost

In conclusion, the usage of face mask depends greatly on the type of face mask and skin concern. Some face masks are made for acne control, others are made for hydration, a few are made for overnight and some are made for daily use.

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