Previously, we began to discuss the different types of face masks and the benefits they can provide. We covered hydration masks for moisture and clay masks for their deep cleansing properties. In this second part, we will continue to discuss face masks, break them down, and discuss what needs they serve and how they can benefit you!
Exfoliating masks are another popular and versatile one you will find. They typically contain powerful exfoliating ingredients such as alpha or beta hydroxy acids that assist with removing dead skin cells and help uneven skin texture. These are great for giving your skin a smoother complexion and if you feel you like brightness, these can also assist in giving your skin more color.
Another powerful one you can find are anti-aging masks. These are typically stacked with antioxidants, peptides, and even retinol, to contribute to collagen production, fine line reduction, and to improve skin elasticity, giving it that “bounce”.
We hope you found this second part on face masks and how they interact with your skin to be insightful for your own skincare routine! At The Only Facial, we pride ourselves on offering just one facial, the one tailored just for you. With our multistep experience curated to your unique skin type, conditions, and concerns, we think of ourselves as more than just a facial spa, but rather as an experience for lasting beautiful skin. Give us a call or visit one of our numerous locations in Missouri and Texas to book your appointment and find custom skincare for you today!