A high-quality face mask is an excellent care cosmetic. Its consistent application can be beneficial for the skin; it hydrates it, nourishes and regenerates it. In addition, it provides the skin with a healthy and beautiful appearance. People who are overworked and exhausted should not give up the mask. Below is an overview of the most popular face masks.
Face masks can very quickly transform a tired, dull face into a radiant and energetic face. The primary role of the masks is to nourish and moisturize the skin at an optimal dose and at lightning speed. Recently, sheet masks impregnated with biologically active compounds and plant extracts have become fashionable. They penetrate deep layers of skin and provide it with nourishing nutrients from the inside. The application of the mask and its wearing is practically no problem. It takes a moment to apply and wash it off in a minute, disregarding the benefits it brings. Particularly overworked and exhausted people should not give up on it. Here is an overview of the most popular face masks.
Proper hydration of the skin determines its expressive appearance and radiance. Moisturizing masks are usually slightly thick. They are rich in substances that usually do not irritate the skin, so you can apply them almost every day (if necessary). They are suitable for all skin types and for people of all ages. These types of masks contain compounds with a hydrating effect:
– aloe extracts,
– hyaluronic acid,
– green tea extract,
– rose extracts.
The results are evident immediately following the initial application. The skin becomes smoother, more elastic, radiant and looks more rested.
Cleansing and slightly exfoliating
A very important element of care is the precise cleansing of the skin and the removal of the dead epidermis. A mask with such properties will cleanse the skin, remove blackheads and smooth it effectively. It also clearly reduces the pores. As a result, the complexion will gain radiance and smoothness. This kind of mask can be used for all types of skin. It is suggested for individuals of all ages. It should be noted that enzyme peeling masks are more effective for mature, imperfect, sensitive, delicate and acne-prone skin. On the other hand, those with mechanical peeling (particles that rub the damaged epidermis) are recommended for dry and oily skin (without acne).
Regenerating and nourishing
These types of masks are perfect for mature, tired, dry and dull skin. They enhance the look of the skin and give it a radiant look. They moisturize the skin almost immediately, provide it with a solid dose of minerals and vitamins, and support the natural processes responsible for the synthesis of elastin and collagen, which is for maintaining a youthful appearance. Nourishing masks are usually rich in inconsistency and high in anti-free radicals. They have a positive effect on the appearance of the skin, which becomes healthier, more elastic, firm and gains a wonderful youthful charm. Fall and winter are a good time to use regenerating masks because they perfectly preserve the hydro-lipid wall of the epidermis, the function of which is to protect the skin against pollution or other external factors (e.g., the influence of cold or sunlight).
Bubble or foam
When applied to the skin of the face, they begin to swell as a result of a reaction with air – they resemble lush foam. In the subcutaneous vessels, air bubbles stimulate blood circulation, which results in the effective absorption of nutrients and efficient oxygenation of cells.
For skin with imperfections
These are masks that can quickly camouflage visible skin damage: purulent processes, discoloration, broken capillaries, irritation in the case of sensitive or vascular skin, redness and inflammation (acne). Most often, masks of this type contain active ingredients that make the skin the same color and reduce inflammation and aggravated changes. For coupe rose and sensitive skin, substances such as panthenol, horse chestnut extract or mild vegetable oils bring relief as they reduce redness. Acne-prone skin is helped by extracts of thyme, tea tree, aloe, lavender and rosemary. For skin with imperfections, clay masks that regulate the production of sebum, deeply cleanse and have a matting effect are perfect.
Brightening and illuminating
They are recommended for both mature skins and discoloration. Masks of this type are recommended for almost all skin types. Not only do they even out the pigmentation and illuminate the complexion, but they are recommended for people who are exhausted (e.g., during the autumn solstice, after a sleepless night or after illness). The biologically active substances contained in the brightening and illuminating masks are usually AHA acids, vitamin C, aloe juice and cucumber extract. However, they also contain fruit enzymes (e.g., papain or bromelain).
The masks are in the form of a thick paste. They are generally made of oils, clays and plant extract compositions. They are effective in cleansing the skin – especially acne, oily and seborrheic skin. Moist clay is applied to the face, which, after drying, concentrates on the skin and freezes. After some time, it should be washed off the face.
Skin Designed for mature skin that requires restoration of elasticity and the need to shape the oval of the face. Short-term lifting masks can be used as banquet masks to instantly improve the appearance of the complexion. The active substances present in the formula are responsible for the elasticity and lifting effect, which is: caffeine, retinol, green tea extracts, rose extracts, collagen and algae extract. The use of a lifting mask brings the following benefits:
– smoothes the skin
– brightens the skin
– gives a radiant appearance
– tightens the skin
This type of mask lasts for a maximum of 3 hours.
In the sheet
These are masks in the form of a special material soaked in a bioactive compound. They are applied to the face just like a compress. The material is in a form similar to the face; it also has special incisions for comfort during application. After applying the mask to the skin, it is worth lying down for a quarter of an hour and relaxing. Masks of this type are most often made of artificial materials (e.g., viscose) or cotton, carbon or cellulose fiber.
The masks are in the form of anatomically cut flakes (for the nose or forehead, for example) or in the form of a paste that sticks well to the skin and sticks on it like an elastic coating.
Flake masks can help specific areas of the face. Specially cut pads (cotton or non-woven) can only be applied to the nose, forehead or under the eyes. They are perfect for problems with excessive sebum production or wrinkles on the forehead or under the eyes.
For the night
They have the texture of a cream that is applied to the face just before going to bed. The mask stays on the skin all night long. It is recommended for people who do not like to apply masks during the day, wait until they are well absorbed and then wash them off.
Masks of this type moisturize the skin and restore its firmness. They reduce discoloration and even the shade, giving the skin a younger-looking appearance. In addition, they strengthen the internal skin barriers and restore the face oval. They fill in wrinkles and furrows and can effectively camouflage and eliminate them. Rejuvenating masks contain plant extracts of algae, ginkgo Biloba, immortelle, as well as other substances: collagen, retinol, coenzyme Q10, wheat and soy proteins, enzymes, peptides. They also contain innovative formulas that improve skin tension and hydration.
When choosing masks, it is worth paying attention to their formula and application tactics. Some women like cream masks that do not cause any problems when applied to the skin. However, some women like sheet masks. However, some women like sheet masks. When you’ve applied the masks, it’s worthwhile to lay on the couch for a few minutes and take a break. People who do not like patting masks during the day can opt for masks to be applied during the night.