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Let’s talk, facial masks. Have you ever used one? If not, maybe you will after reading the information below.

Facial masks are a great addition to add to your selfcare routine. Face mask target specific issues you have with your skin. Some issues include dry or oily skin, blocked pores, uneven skin tone and aging.

Facial masks also help:

Remove buildup and impurities

Hydrate and Nourish skin

Balance uneven skin tone

Fight wrinkles

Facial masks are also a great way to relax and recharge while you are enjoying the targeted benefits of the mask.

Let’s talk types of masks

Clay, Mud and Charcoal Masks

Used for oily and acne prone skin

Naturally draws out impurities and absorbs excess oil as they dry

Reduce shine and mattify skin

Cream Masks

Have hydrating emollients and give dry skin moisture

Peel Off/ Rubber Masks

Antioxidant-rich

Removes dead skin cells and dirt from the skin's surface

Gel Masks

Water-based

Has a cooling effect

Works well for sensitive skin in need of hydration and repair

Sheet Masks

These are used if you want to cut out the application process. With sheet masks, you just place the sheet on your face. With other masks, you must apply the product to your face.

Choose one based on your skin type

Sheet masks are serum soaked

They lock nutrients in the skin while the sheet mask is on your face

Exfoliating Masks

Great to use in the wintertime

Usually is textured to gently remove dead skin cells

Helps revive, soften, and reveal healthier skin