Facial Masks

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A facial mask, also known as a face mask, is a key component of a professional facial treatment. A nourishing mask is applied to the face after cleansing, exfoliating, extractions, and massage. The mask covers the skin, trapping moisture and nutrients, allowing them to be absorbed more deeply into the skin.

The effects of different masks can range from hydration and moisturisation to exfoliation and drying. This depends on the ingredients used and the purpose of the mask.For instance, a mask with glycolic acid can help with acne, while a mask with kojic acid can help to even out your skin tone. This is because masks provide a more concentrated and intense version of these ingredients compared to other forms of application, resulting in faster and more noticeable benefits.


  • The frequency will depend on your skin type, skin concerns, and the type of mask you are using. Generally, it's recommended to have a facial mask treatment once or twice a week.
  • There are several types of facial masks, including clay masks, sheet masks, hydrogel masks, and peel-off masks. Each type of mask offers different benefits and is designed to address different skin concerns.
  • It typically takes around 20-30 minutes.
  • Moisturising: Facial masks can hydrate the skin, providing a youthful and plump appearance by locking in moisture.
  • Smoothing: Facial masks with exfoliating ingredients eliminate dead skin cells, leading to a brighter and smoother complexion.
  • Brightening: Certain masks contain brightening ingredients like Vitamin C, which can improve the appearance of dark spots and uneven skin tone.
  • Nourishment: Many facial masks contain nourishing ingredients such as antioxidants and essential oils, which can improve the skin's overall health.
  • Acne reduction: Masks with ingredients like salicylic acid can unclog pores and reduce the appearance of acne.