Spotlight: Dry Masks

Face masks are an important part of any skincare routine. They can be both relaxing and therapeutic. Simply mix a few spoonfuls of Dry Mask into your favorite liquid until it reaches a consistency that you can apply to your face. While your mask is drying for 15-20 minutes, soak in the bath with some of our bath products, enjoy a foot soak, read a book, journal, knit, or take time for any activity that you enjoy. This relaxation time is also good for fighting stress-related breakouts!

Another reason to include a face mask in your routine is to exfoliate dead skin and cleanse your face of the impurities that cause breakouts. Everyday cleansing only cleans the surface of your skin, and there can be a lot of “junk” beneath the top layer of your epidermis. This “junk” can clog pores, so cleaning them out at least once a week with a deeper detox is important. Soap and water alone are not enough for your skin; a mask takes cleaning your skin to the next level.

Face masks also help with the overall appearance of your skin. By removing the top layer of dead skin, you are revealing healthy, smooth, radiant, new skin. Plus, masks help increase the blood circulation on your face, which helps create a beautiful glow.

There is an extra bonus: using a mask actually helps your other skincare products work better! By regularly keeping your pores cleaned out and your skin exfoliated, your other products will absorb more quickly and deeply. This will give you better results because everything is working more efficiently.

Spinach & Sea Kelp
This mask contains bentonite clay for a deeper detox with more cleansing power! This is especially helpful for cleaning out your pores and absorbing excess oil. This mask is also very hydrating, so it is great if you have dry or aging skin, or if you have damaged skin in need of repair.

Turmeric
If you have red, inflamed skin or painful blemishes, this might be the mask for you. It is rejuvenating and great for all skin types. Read more about turmeric here.

Activated Charcoal
Charcoal is known to detoxify and absorb oil, so this is a great mask for oily skin. This is helpful for ridding pores of blackheads and other toxins. 

Mocha
Coffee is excellent for your skin! This mask smells amazing, and with the real coffee grounds it contains, the extra exfoliation is especially powerful. This mask is made with coconut milk instead of dry milk, making it both vegan and gluten-free. Read more about the skin benefits of coffee on the blog.

Citrus
This is a helpful mask if you want to soften your skin. Lemon zest powder is helpful for clearing breakouts because lemon is a natural astringent. This mask is also made with coconut milk instead of dry milk and is both vegan and gluten-free. 

Green Tea Matcha
This mask is great for reducing inflammation, redness, and fighting the signs of aging. It is great for all skin types, even sensitive skin – especially if you enjoy a mask that tightens your skin! For more information about this specific mask, check out this blog post

Acai & Dragon Fruit
This mask is great for aging skin because it is packed with nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants to help keep your skin looking fresh and youthful. The ingredients are soothing and may even help minimize inflammation. For more information about this specific mask, check out this blog post.

Also, make sure you are moisturizing after mask time to replenish your skin with good oils; our Orange and Olive Oil Balm with Vitamin C is a great option to consider!

Contact your consultant or shop online to purchase your next Dry Mask!

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