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M A S K I N G 

Face Sheet Mask

I mask at home twice a week. Masks are a great way to boost skin complexion and infuse the skin with nutrients.

There are cream masks, clay masks, sleep masks, sheet masks, enzyme masks and peels.

Cream masks

Classic, cream based formulas. They are deeply hydrating, rich in essential fatty acids and ceramides. Often you can keep them overnight, depend on the formula. Can be applied neat, targeted to specific areas, mixed together or layered underneath a sheet mask.

Clay masks


and peels should be used alone. Clay draws out toxins from the skin. They are very useful for congested or acne-prone skin. Two common clay masks are bentonite and kaolin.


Gel masks 

are often water-based, soothing and giving relief for dry or irritated skin. Many home exfoliating masks are formulated in a gel base making chemical peels gentler for home use. Mild acids and enzymes like glycolic acid, lactic acid, malic acid and salicylic acid resurface the skin, promote circulation, refine, brighten and enhance the absorption of the products. 

Sleeping masks


are applied and left overnight to intensely repair and rejuvenate the skin. They are perfect for long-haul flights. 


This is a relaxing treatment that can help with many skin concerns (rosacea, congestion, dullness, ageing, stimulate skin cell repair and collagen synthesis)



Sheet masks are loaded with active ingredients, 


There are masks for detoxifying, brightening, hydrating, refining, plumping, toning, exfoliating, calming and moisturising the skin. The list is endless.

Masks are super easy to include in your regime. Cleanse and exfoliate your skin and then apply your mask for the specified time. Remove with a warm washcloth and finish with your favourite serums and moisturiser.

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