Want to buy a face mask? Then you probably want to know which mask is right for your skin type. There are so many different types of masks that it’s almost impossible to choose from. We definitely understand that it’s very difficult to make a choice, so we’re happy to help you!
In most cases, cream masks are especially good for dry and/or dehydrated skin. This usually concerns a moisturizing and nourishing (sleeping) mask that can be absorbed all night to provide the skin with extra skin care. A thick and creamy face mask quickly replenishes the fat deficiency in the skin barrier and therefore leaves a healthy glow on the skin. Face masks with avocado, in particular, give dry skin the nutrition it needs, thanks to various positive properties of this ingredient. Say hello to our Avocado Moisturizing Mask!
Read the blog about what avocado does for the skin here.
How do you use a cream mask? A creamy face mask should be applied with a dedicated application brush. In this way no bacteria that happens to be on your hands can transfer to your face. Then leave the mask on for about 10 up to 25 minutes, so the ingredients will completely be absorbed by the skin. Want the best result? Then you can also use the cream mask as overnight mask and rinse it the next morning with warm water.
A clay mask is very suitable for oily or combination skin. The clay in this mask is able to remove excess sebum, fat and impurities. So are you looking for a mask against pimples and/or blackheads? Then a good clay mask, such as our Pink Clay Mask, is definitely it for you! A clay mask is also the solution for dry or sensitive skin (with skin problems such as acne or rosacea). Did you know clay masks are also good for killing bacteria/fungi and cleaning your pores?
How to use a clay mask. A clay mask should also be applied with an application brush for more hygiene. Then let the mask dry for up to 10 minutes and then rinse with warm water. Make sure not to leave the mask on for too long, as this can desiccate the skin.
Which mask is your personal favorite?