Mischo Beauty School: Facial Masks 101



As a follow-up to the question I answered earlier this week on mask types, I thought I'd repost this lesson on masks. A great mask can do wonders for the skin. Masks are designed as an intensive treatment for different skin needs/issues. Generally, there are two types of masks: setting masks and non-setting masks.

Setting masks, which normally use clay as their base, harden and dry and absorb oil and remove dead skin cells. Non-setting masks are for dry or sensitive skin and are primarily moisturizing and soothing. Benefits of masks include the following:

1. Tighten and tone the skin
2. Draw impurities out of the pores
3. Clear up blemishes
4. Hydrate
5. Nourish
6. Calm and soothe
7. Rejuvenate the skin

Now that the weather is seriously cold and dry (at least in the midwest and east coast), consider investing in a non-setting mask (if it works for your skin type) which will keep your skin nourished and hydrated throughout the winter season! Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions. Love your skin.

 

4 comments:

Julie said...

Your "Mischo Beauty School" posts are invaluable! You won't find content like this on the other beauty blogs. Please keep them coming!

December 9, 2010 at 11:27 AM
Mischo Beauty said...

To Julie: Thank you, Julie! I really appreciate your support.

December 14, 2010 at 11:11 AM
V. Blink said...

Thank you for this post. I never realized there were two types of masks. Now I know which one to use!!!

V. Blanchette
www.lushbrush.com

December 15, 2010 at 10:59 AM
Mischo Beauty said...

To V. Blink: GREAT! So happy to hear that!

December 22, 2010 at 5:45 PM

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