Facial Mask and Ethnic Skin Care

Facial Mask and Ethnic Skin Care
What lies behind the mask?

Great skin we hope, but how do we go about getting great looking skin? Typically this would be the question asked when looking for a mask to treat your skin. But in today's skin care market , the question becomes: what is the mask made of?

Long a staple in Asian culture, sheet mask are becoming popular in beauty regimens world wide. Why has this become the case? For one, they're not as messy as some mask and they represent an all-in-one treatment. Sheet mask are pre-cut and infused with serums that contain actives that are formulated for specific skin concerns.

Sheet mask are used for everything from replenishing moisture to your skin to calming sensitive skin challenges to diminishing dark spots. Within 20 minutes, they can transfer ingredients through the top layer of your skin and alleviate stress.
Despite the many uses for sheet mask their application remains simple and basic.

Well what's it made of?

There are four basic fabric types:

Fiber are made from a coarse texture. They feel and behave like paper. You'll get results but don't expect them to contour to the shape of your face for more than a few minutes.

You can purchase basic fiber mask at local drugstores and pharmacies.

Pulp fibers are of higher quality and you'll find them made from rayon and cellulose. The texture is finer and the absorption properties are better. They do not allow movement when worn.

Hydro-Gel mask are packaged in two parts. You'll get a mask for your upper and lower face. Although they are vey delicate to handle, they outperform the pulp and fiber mask..

Bio Cellulose mask are all natural. They maintain moisture and bind to your skin and are well suited to heal wounds and treat burns. They are cool to the touch, moist and have a resilient structure.

In reality …

You can always give yourself a great facial and mask at home but a spa visit is always nice.

As Always,

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