3 Different Types of Face Masks
Treating yourself right is one of the best things you can do for your mind, body, and skin. As one of the best ways to pamper yourself after a long week, we encourage our patients to give themselves at-home facials by doing things such as face masks. But how can you tell what type of face mask is right for you and your skin? This article will discuss three types of different face masks and what each one is used for. Read on to learn more.
Made out of ingredients such as charcoal, kaolin, or even sea mud, clay masks are ideal for detoxifying the skin and getting rid of excess oils. If you have extra oily skin or if you are breaking out, a clay mask may be the perfect way to regulate your oils while getting rid of skin impurities.
If you have particularly sensitive skin or if you have recently gotten a sunburn or chemical peel, consider using an oatmeal face mask. With soothing ingredients and elements, oatmeal is perfect at helping to calm your skin and make it feel more comfortable.
Black Tea Masks
As a type of mask that not as many people are familiar with, black tea masks are great at treating skin that has sun damage or extreme signs of aging. Containing a high amount of antioxidants, black tea masks can help restore ingredients like Vitamin C back into your skin— leaving it feeling smoother and more rejuvenated.
Taking good care of your skin starts with simple steps that you take while at home. By giving yourself an at-home facial once a week and using a face mask, you can help regulate the oil in your skin and get a more youthful looking glow. To learn more about these and other skin care tips, contact The Plastic Surgery Group of Rochester today to schedule an appointment!