The second best thing for your skin routine after drinking water: the face masks.
I’m unhappy with the low variety of face masks I usually see at the beauty stores so I thought maybe there are many others like me. Therefor I made up an online list of goodies. Do enjoy and take note!
Sulwhasoo, the first science-based Korean luxury medicinal skincare system co-developed with Kyunghee University of Oriental Medicine, blends indigenous medicinal herbs. Apply the vitalizing mask evenly after moisturizing and before bed, 2-3 times per week, avoiding the eye and lip areas. What’s interesting? You need to leave the treatment on, overnight. So, lightly wash the face with warm water in the morning.
Chantecaille comes with a gentle, non-allergic formula tolerated by even the most sensitive skin. This clay mask with honey and rosemary detoxifies and purifies the skin while it soothes and softens. Why it improves skin tone? The mushroom extract minimizes the appearance of pores, while the honey acts like a nourishing agent.
Cruelty free. Shop here.
Natura Bissé C+C Vitamin Soufflé Mask is a vitamin cocktail in the form of a mask, with a surprising texture, just like the name suggests. It contains pure encapsulated Vitamin C that is released gradually throughout the day, for a dewy, hydrated and firm skin in only 15 minutes. Finally, the notes of tangerine will take you on a short Mediterranean trip.
Herbivore Botanicals Blue Tansy Resurfacing Mask is a luxurious formulation of Blue Tansy oil, fruit enzymes and White Willow Bark (it is high in salicylic acid which works by gently shedding the top layer of skin in order to decongest and unclog pores). Reducing the appearance of an uneven skin tone, this mask transforms the overall complexion. What does it do? The gel texture provides a light exfoliation to smooth skin’s surface.
Ideal for all skin types. Use at night only and apply SPF the day after following the treatment. Shop here.