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At Home Face Mask Tips

By Edited Jul 21, 2016 0 0

If your skin type is sensitive, then you should think carefully before using beauty face masks. The best way to ensure that your sensitive skin does not flare up and react to the product is by testing a small amount of the product behind your ear. Then all you need to do then is to watch this skin area for a period of 24 hours to see if you have a reaction to it. Sometimes if your skin is going to react to a product you will be able to feel a slight tingling and burning sensation, if this happens remove the face mask immediately.

If your skin is very dry, you can still use face masks in your skincare routine. You just need to be a little more careful when doing it. A good tip is once you are ready to remove the face mask, instead of wiping it fully off, tissue it off gently so that you leave a thin film of moisture still on the face. This is going to help to keep your skin hydrated, but be careful leaving too much on can lead to spots and blemishes because your pore can clog up.

The best way to apply face masks is by applying a generous amount of the product on to your face, don't be scared of using a thicker application. Your skin will not get all the benefits it needs from a thin layer, so slap a good amount on to get the biggest benefits from your face masks.

A good way to make your own face mask is by getting an handful of rose petals, honey and milk then mixing all of the three ingredients together to form a paste. All you do then is apply the rose face mask to freshly clean skin and leave it there for a duration of around 15 to 20 minutes. Using warm water wash off the paste and you will be left with skin which is soft, smooth and glowing.

Some face cleansers in the marketplace today can cost you an arm and a leg. Why not make your own cleanser out of grape juice, all you need to do is get the juice out of around 5 grapes and then rub this juice into your neck and face for a quick antioxidant face wash. Rinse off the juice using cold water to close your skin pores.



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