Face Masks

Face Masks

by: Alicia Caldelas

Face masks make the difference between good and great skin. They are good for giving your skin a good flush out. Masks can help to clear congested skin or give dry skin a moisture boost.
Clay masks with stimulating ingredients such as rosemary and eucalyptus are best for spotty, oily skin, while rehydrating aloe, honey or milk proteins will nourish dry skin.
Apply face mask for 5 to 20 minutes. Wipe off with a warm face cloth, then tone and moisturise.
Use it once or twice a week – before bed is the perfect time.

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This article was posted on March 30, 2004