Masks And Oils

  • 2023-03-06 04:13:39
  • Hiba Kenaan


Various masks can treat the face and enhance its appearances, like the sheet, exfoliating, clay, hydrogel, mud, jelly, hydrating, and enzyme.
The material contained in facial masks varies according to the type of mask:
    •    Exfoliating Mask: It usually contains chemical peel or tin particles. It is intended to accelerate the natural process of skin turnover and get rid of dead skin cells.
    •    Gel Mask: It is characterized by its lightweight jelly structure. It best fits normal to oily skin types. It aids in minimizing pores and removes oil from the skin.
    •    Cream Mask: It improves skin appearance by enhancing moisture and adding nutrients. It is suitable for dehydrated skin.
    •    Warming Mask: The main goal behind using this mask is to improve blood flow to the skin and revitalize its texture. It is composed mainly of active spices that trigger a tingling and warm sensation in the skin.
    •    Clay Mask: The primary property of a clay mask is its astringent properties. It absorbs excessive oil from the skin and aids in treating acne.

Oils: Boost your skin with oils and enjoy their incredible blessings.

    •    Olive oil: It has impressive antioxidant activity but should be used in small amounts to avoid pore clogging.
    •    Argan oil: It hydrates the skin due to its high quantities of vitamin E. It also boosts elasticity and reduces stretch mark appearance.
    •    Coconut oil: In addition to its moisturizing effects, it helps combat skin inflammation by killing bacteria on the skin.
    •    Tea Tree oil: It has a solid bacteria-fighting influence and pore-purifying effect. Moreover, it reduces itching and helps soothe skin burns and injuries.
    •    Evening Primrose oil: It softens the skin and minimizes water loss; thus, it is a good choice for dealing with conditions such as eczema.
    •    Black Current oil: The high amounts of fatty acids make it a potent remedy to heal and treat flaky skin, such as psoriasis.
    •    Carrot seed oil: It is rich in beta-carotene and vitamin A. It helps fight the process of skin aging.
    •    Peppermint oil: It balances sebum production by the skin and prevents pore clogging. It also has a cooling effect which calms down irritations.
    •    Avocado oil: It contains several vitamins that hydrate skin and protect it against aging.
    •    Brazil nut oil: It contains Omega-6 and Omega-9 fatty acids that encourage skin regeneration.
    •    Chamomile oil: It has tightening effects on skin pores and is effective for the reduction of scars.
    •    Rose Hip seed oil: It restores skin elasticity and lightens dark spots.
    •    Acai oil keeps the skin healthy and glowing by enhancing elasticity and moisture.
    •    Flaxseed oil: It prevents skin irritation, allergies, redness, and inflammatory issues.
    •    Sea Back Thorn oil: It acts to protect the skin’s integrity and promote cell renewal.
    •    Grape seed oil: It evens the skin tone and protects the skin against damage caused by the environment.

Magical combinations! Let’s take a look at the benefits of certain combinations:

    •    The presence of glycolic Acid with retinol can change the skin's texture towards a younger and healthier appearance.
    •    An ingredient called beta Glucan can be mixed with vitamin C to help reduce any skin inflammation.
    •    When Glycolic Acid is used alongside Lactic Acid, it can produce a brightening effect on the skin.
    •    Acne treatment products should contain Niacin amide and salicylic Acid.
    •    When combined with ceramides, hyaluronic Acid can form a barrier to repair skin irritations.
    •    To boost collagen production by the skin, a combination of peptides and Vitamin C is perfect.