Today I am sharing the most important ingredients in skincare masks based on your response to the question “What do you want from a mask?”
Listed in the tables below, are what you want achieve with a mask…hydrate, exfoliate, brighten, etc. The table includes the ingredients to look for and some of the masks that I use that can help you achieve the skin you want.
This is the most sought after affect that women want from their skin care. We want soft, supple and plump skin that feels fabulous to the touch.
|Masks to Try
|GoPure Anti Wrinkle Sheet Mask
|City Beauty Line-Smoothing HydroMask
|Ahava Hydration Cream Mask
Smooth & Exfoliate
In order to diminish the look of fine lines use products that exfoliate and smooth the skin. Also these ingredients slough off dead skin cells increasing turnover and circulation.
Women want to feel that their skin is tight but still soft and supple. Here’s a list of ingredients that will help tighten the skin, reduce the size of pores and still leave the skin feeling smooth and silky.
Cleanse & Detox
If you want to detox your skin and draw out impurities like oil, dirt and make up then clay masks and charcoal are your go to ingredients. The minerals in these ingredients will help boost your skins circulation thereby increasing your skin cells. Bye bye dull looking skin!
|Masks to Try
|Rodial Oxygenated Mask
|Morrocan Red Clay
|Zue Botanicals Antioxidant-Rich Mask
The second most sought after effect from skin care – brighter looking skin and fading dark spots. Hyperpigmentation makes women look older and it’s harder achieve even color. The best way to prevent hyperpigmentation is to be diligent about using sunscreen.
So, there you have it. A list of ingredients to look for in your skincare and some fabulous masks to try out. What’s your favorite mask?
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