Have you ever walked into a skin care store looking for a facial mask but you were completely overwhelmed by all of the products? Choosing the correct mask for your particular type of skin can be a very difficult task if you are new to the wonderful world of masking. If you know what type of skin concerns you have but you aren’t quit familiar with the types of mask out there, here are a few different types of mask you should try based on your skin concern.
Hydrating Face Mask: Do you apply a lot moisture to your face in the morning but by the end of the day your face is still dry? If so then, using hydration mask is the perfect way to reintroduce your skin to moisture. I would highly recommend trying the Sephora Collection Rose Face Mask, which retails for $6.00. The Rose Face Mask was created to provide moisturizing and brightening properties through natural rose extract for a healthier looking complexion.
Brightening Face Mask: Brightening face mask in short are used to get help get rid of darker spots on the face. The main ingredient found in brightening mask is Vitamin C, which helps because it decreases the appearance of hyperpigmentation without the risk of bleaching. A great brighting mask The Boscia Sake Brighting Bio-Cellulose Mask. The Bio-Cellulose mask retails at $8 and is infused with sake, sodium hyaluronate, and antioxidants to instantly brighten, minimize the appearance of hyperpigmentation, and hydrate the skin for a glowing complexion. This mask is great for all skin types.
Cleansing Mask: If you are like me and love a deep facial cleaning, then the Glam Glow Supermud Clearing Treatment is perfect for you. This mask is $24 for the mini version and retails at $59 for the original size. This mask is great for all skin types The Glam Glow Clearing Treatment was developed to minimize imperfections such as blemishes, redness, scars, razor bumps, and in-grown hair. The mud formula supports skin’s natural oil balance, while a proprietary blend of glycolic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid, mandelic acid, pyruvic acid, and tartaric acid. It also works to help minimize pores and create clearer skin. Activated-X charcoal lifts away dirt leaving a healthy-looking complexion.
Exfoliation: Working at Sephora, one of the most commonly asked questions is, what is the difference between using a mask and exfoliation? Well, the answer is, exfoliation removes dead skin cells where as masking improves your over all skin concerns. So if you don’t feel like masking is for you then you should try exfoliating The exfoliator I would recommend is the Origins Scrub Cleanser. This exfoliator and cleanser wrapped into one retails for $20.50. Since it is a cleanser, you can use it everyday. This cleanser is jam packed with radiance-boosting panax ginseng and caffeine while jojoba and carnauba wax gently exfoliate to help unclog pores. Skin looks smoother and brighter, and feels perfectly refreshed and squeaky clean. It is great t for all skin types.