Wearing a mask when we leave the house has become a normal part of our everyday routine. Protecting ourselves and those around us is critical, and we don’t know about you, but we’re stocking up on cute styles for every day of the week. As important as it is to wear a mask, an unwanted side effect many people are experiencing has become known as `maskne`
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With summer in full swing, the topic of packing for vacations has become more and more common around the office. There are so many amazing products in our repertoire, making it hard to know which to bring with us and which to leave home. For the extreme beauty junkies, deciding which products to pack feels a little like picking our favorite child.
A daily regimen of cleanse, tone, moisturize and protect are basic steps to a skincare routine. Additional steps like mask and exfoliate though can create impressive change in the skin. Treat your skin one to three times per week with a mask to nourish skin beyond the superficial layers of the epidermis.
Masking nourishes the skin, providing hydration and delivering active ingredients beyond the superficial layers of the epidermis. After cleansing, you can use a mask to treat your specific skin concerns: a moisturizing mask for dry or aging skin, a refining mask for oily or acneic skin and a soothing mask for sensitive skin. Chances are, you’re battling more than one problem area at a time. Multi-masking, when you use multiple masks at once, can help you effectively fight your skin concerns.
At-home facial masks have made their way into the beauty routines of women all around the world. The benefits of masks have stood the test of time. Once you have your basic routine down, a mask is a great addition. They are the products that, I feel, most allow you to have a treatment experience at home by providing therapeutic, stress-relieving benefits while targeting your skin concerns.