A great way to treat tired, rough, dehydrated, problem and aging skin is to apply a facial mask. The objective of any mask is to treat the skin more intensively.
There are many types of masks available in the market today, peel off masks, rinse off masks, and masks that should remain on the skin under a cream or lotion. A mask should be used at least every three days to one time per week for the best results.
An excellent routine to follow when using a face mask is to first cleanse the face with cleansing Milk or gel. Then carry out a gentle face peel, rinse off and cover your face with a warm, damp guest towel (in order to dilate the pores.) Leave for 5 minutes remove the towel and pat the area dry and then apply the mask. Some masks require a more generous application and some such as a kaolin or clay mask require a fine application, avoiding the eye and mouth area.
Always take the time to read the instructions or be advised by your cosmetician as to how best to apply the mask. Remember that masks should always be applied to the neck and décolleté as well. Consider the neck and décolleté as part of your face when it comes to treating. Quality masks tend to work very effectively especially when used in combination with liposomes.
Good quality masks offer immediate visible results because of the high concentration of active ingredients present in the product and therefore can achieve astoundingly accurate and very specific results. The treatments carried out in the beauty salon/Spas with the ampoules and mask should also be carried out at home on a regular basis.
Published by: Ron on April 17th, 2013 | Filed under Uncategorized
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