Tips to Use a Sheet Mask

October 06, 2016

One way to enhance your skincare routine is with a sheet mask created with natural ingredients and advance technology.  Since sheet masks are different from any other type of skincare treatment out there you’ll need to follow a few instructions to use them properly. Today we’ll be providing you with tips to use a sheet mask and letting you know how to wear a sheet mask to get the best results.

Choosing the Best Sheet Mask for Your Skin

Depending on the skin problem you’re looking to treat, you’ll need to choose a sheet mask with the right ingredients to address the issue.

Anti-aging – If you’re looking to slow the aging process, prevent wrinkles and firm skin, your sheet mask must feature active ingredients that will achieve these results. So skip over any mask that features harsh chemicals and go for a more natural approach. Our Anti-Aging & Moisturizing sheet mask is created with calming aloe vera along with witch hazel to help reduce swelling and blemishes. It’s also packed with vitamin B2 which slows the natural aging process of the skin and hydrating hyaluronic acid.

Dull Skin – When your skin is lacking a beautiful healthy glow pick a sheet mask that will brighten your skin tone. Opt for one like our Vitamin C and Revitalizing sheet mask which doesn’t feature any chemical preservatives. This sheet mask includes orange peels and pomegranate extract to boost collagen production as well as antioxidants that will keep skin firm and youthful.   

Dry Skin – Flaky dry skin is an uncomfortable skin condition you can address by choosing a sheet mask that doesn’t include alcohol and irritating fragrances. We created our Greek Yogurt & Nourishing sheet masks with organic yogurt, soothing botanicals and skin firming pro-vitamin B5. These natural ingredients will keep dry skin hydrated especially during the colder months.

Use Your Sheet Mask Correctly

After you’ve chosen a sheet mask to treat your skin it’s important that you use it properly to see results.  Start off by cleaning your skin with a mild facial soap followed with a toner. Then place the sheet mask on to your face. Make sure the mask‘s fabric is applied correctly by gently arranging it to fit around your eyes, nose and lips.  Leave the sheet mask on for 10-20 minutes. Finally, discard the used mask and massage the remaining liquid into the skin in upward circular motions. You’ll also need to finish with your favorite moisturizer to lock in the skincare ingredients.

How Long Should You Wear a Sheet Mask?

Another very important tip to consider is the amount of time you wear the sheet mask. If you’ve chosen a sheet mask made with the highest-quality ingredients, you’ll want to get the most out of the product. But, if you leave it on for too long the ingredients and the mask will begin to dry out. For the best results you’ll need to wear the sheet mask for 10 to 20 minutes. During this time your skin will be able to receive the full benefits from the nourishing ingredients provided in the sheet mask while staying hydrated. 




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