3 Face Mask Tips for You to Create a Facial at Home
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Got a face mask and want to make sure you get the best results? We can reveal 3 simple tricks you can try to get the most out of your masking moments at home. Keep scrolling to find out what they are and try your favourite!
Masking Moment #1: Exfoliate First
You always cleanse before applying a mask, but do you exfoliate? Exfoliating beforehand will slough away any dead skin cells that could block the mask from working as effectively. The only exception? You don't need to do this before an enzyme- or acid-based mask as these will exfoliate your skin.
Try using Wishful Yo Glow before your next face mask session.
Masking Moment #2: Massage Your Sheet Mask
Sheet masks are super convenient and mess-free, but if you want to give your masking moment facial vibes then give your face a massage while the sheet mask is on. It will help to drive the ingredients from the mask into your skin and will relieve any puffiness. You can massage with your hands or use a face roller over the sheet mask.
Give it a go with the Skin Gym Face Trainer Beauty Roller.
Masking Moment #3: Multi-Mask!
Often, our complexion needs different things in different areas. You may have blemishes or blackheads on your chin and T-zone, while your cheeks and forehead may need hydrating. So, why not apply different masks to the different zones of your face - our skin isn't one size fits all, so why should our masks be?
Apply Skin & Tonic Detox Mask to areas of congestion.
And then apply Josh Rosebrook Advanced Hydration Mask to the areas that are thirsty.