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Intensive care that leaves immediate results, that’s a face mask. It hydrates, cleanses, plumps, and brightens the face.

That’s why everyone should use it, at least from time to time. For a mask to work as it should, it is essential to use it correctly. Here’s how to do it.
Facial masks help reliably if you use them regularly.

Don’t underestimate cleaning your skin first

For the active ingredients in a mask to take full effect, they must penetrate the skin quickly and efficiently. That’s why it’s so important to make sure that the application of the mask is preceded by exfoliation and thorough cleansing of the skin.

A cleansing lotion, micellar water or oil is best suited for this.

Remember to wash and dry your skin thoroughly after using them. The effect of the mask is increased if you apply it after a shower or bath. Warm water opens the pores, which facilitates the absorption of the mask’s active ingredients.

Relax and give yourself plenty of time

If you know you’re going to apply a mask, postpone the duties. There’s no point in using a mask in a hurry and then nervously peeking around the clock because you know you have to be somewhere else in 30 minutes. Think of the whole procedure as a ritual.

Please take off your makeup carefully, put your hair in a rubber band to avoid falling into your face, and slowly start applying the product. Don’t skimp on the mask and give yourself a good thick layer. Don’t skip the neck and décolletage area, but make sure you don’t get the product in and around the eyes.

Sit or lie down while the mask is on. Along with the face mask, you can also use the eye mask. If you don’t have any on hand at the moment, use cucumber peels or used tea bags.

Brush for precise application

Most women are used to applying and spreading the mask over their face with their fingers. “However, a much more precise application is possible with special cosmetic brushes, which can create a uniform layer of active ingredients on the skin and, if used correctly, are much more hygienic than fingers,” recommends the author of a blog on cosmetics.

Try to get at least one of these. The brush should be flat with shorter, dense bristles.

Although you may come across masks that promise effects within 3 or 5 minutes, it is preferable to use masks that last a little longer as part of your regular skincare routine. For the active ingredients in the mask to fully affect the skin, you need to give them 10 to 20 minutes.

However, it is important to note that in no case does the rule apply that the longer you leave the mask on, the better it will do,

Taking off the mask as a ritual

Not only applying but also taking off the mask is a small ritual. The product needs to be washed off thoroughly.

While sticking your face under a tap of running water would be enough, using a washcloth or sponge is a much more pleasant option. Just soak these in lukewarm water and gradually remove the applied layer of the product.

In the case of a peel-off mask, carefully peel off and cleanse the skin. As for aftercare, you can use makeup remover pads soaked in herbal decoction. Finally, you can refresh your skin with lotion spray.

Experience the power of nature and ancestral secrets

People have used the power and effectiveness of face masks since time immemorial. Over the centuries, they have applied mixtures of various herbs, crops, mud or clay to their faces.

Popular plants included eucalyptus, milk thistle, pine needle extracts, honey, eggs, and olive oil.

But beware of allergies. If you have sensitive skin, avoid foods or products that contain extracts that could irritate your skin.

The treatment in the salon is much more intense

Even if you indulge in a facial mask once a week, even the best product applied at home can’t replace treatment from a professional.

Products designed for professional care have a much “stronger” formula, are more intense, and are also more effective than those bought commercially. Therefore, they belong only in the hands of professionals.

Experienced beauticians know what substances are best suited to your skin and handle the products correctly. They will also keep a close eye on the duration of action so that it is not too long. When choosing a beauty salon, it’s best to put on references and only trust yourself in the hands of true professionals.