Beauty Tips: A Guide To Facial Masks For Enhancing Look

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Facial masks are not just for the spa. You can do a mask right at home, store bought or homemade. Different types of masks are better for different types of skin. Most people don’t know this. Most of us just go to the store and buy any old facial mask that we think sounds promising. Some of us end up with a dry or itchy face because of this. To keep from making this mistake yourself check out the following tips for picking (or making) the right face mask for you and your skin.

Oily or Acne-Prone Skin

If you suffer from oily skin or if you are prone to acne then you will want to pick a deep cleansing clay or mud mask. This type of mask will help soak up oil and pull out any impurities in the skin. It also helps to tighten up your pores. For a DIY mask you can make a mixture containing cornmeal. Cornmeal helps to boost the dry up of oil in the skin. Simply mix some cornmeal with plain yogurt and put it on, letting it sit for about 15 minutes before rinsing thoroughly. The yogurt will help moisturize. Masks for oily skin can be used on the whole face, or just on the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin area).

Dry Skin

For dry skin a moisturizing mask is highly recommended. This is the only way to get moisture deep into the dry skin. Most moisturizing masks are either cream or gel based and they will contain ingredients like essential fatty acids, amino acids and vegetable proteins. A good moisturizing mask can be made easily at home by mixing either grapeseed oil or olive oil with some vitamin E. Add a drop or two of your favorite essential oil to give it a great scent. Put the mixture on your face and let sit until it begins to dry some, then rinse thoroughly.

Sensitive Skin

Masks with anti-inflammatory ingredients, like algae or chamomile, are idea for people with sensitive skin. This type of mask, cream or gel based, will help soothe the skin and not make it itchy or red. Honey is a great base for DIY facial masks for those with sensitive skin. Honey has it’s very own healing powers. Soak a chamomile tea bag in a small amount of water, mix this with just enough honey to cover the face and put it on. Rinse in 10 minutes.

Normal Skin

Normal skinned people can generally use any type of mask they want. I would recommend using an exfoliating mask though. Even though you have normal skin it still can get dull at times and a nice sloughing facial mask will bring back the shiny new look. Oatmeal can be used as a gentle sloughing mask. Mix a cup of oatmeal with enough honey or plain yogurt to make it spread over the face. Massage it in as you apply it and then rinse of thoroughly after about 15 minutes. Many people are asking that Can Botox injections help minimize nostril flaring? If yes, then there will be no requirement of surgeries. It will be effective for all kinds of skin of nose either sensitive or dry.

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