Your skin is not all the same on in the different areas of the face. The area around the eyes is more delicate, your T-Zone (chin, nose and forehead) is usually oilier. When you mask at home, don’t be afraid to mix and match according to your skin’s needs. Always read instructions and ingredients. Is the mask exfoliating? Hydrating? Or for blemish control? This will most likely determine how long the mask should stay on and how often you should use it. Especially important for clay masks - let them dry, but not crack. This ensures that impurities are being drawn out while at the same time allowing for the ingredients to penetrate.
For the best ways to keep your skin hydrated in these (finally) soaring temperatures, check out some of my favorite products:
The Prevention+ Ultimate Daily Moisturizer offers superior sun protection with broad spectrum SPF 50 along with a blend of plant stem cells and potent antioxidants to protect skin. A dose of aqualance improves skin hydration. It goes on smoothly and sheer and is designed and feels like a moisturizer, not "sunscreen". I love the protection and hydration it provides my skin with all day long.
The Hydrating Hydrogel Sheet Mask from Image Skincare is an absolute summer must. There is no better feeling than that of your skin soaking up the hydration this mask provides. And it shows. I love this mask a...