Facial masques are generally left on the skin for 15 minutes, and can be done at home or as part of a professional facial. The esthetician will cleanse, analyze, exfoliate, extract, massage your skin. Afterwards, she will choose the best facial mask from the line that she is working with, and let it rest on your skin ten to twenty minutes. She can also recommend a facial mask for you to use for a once a week home facial.
The Benefits Of Facial Masque
The benefits of facials masques are many. Depending on their ingredients, facial masques can tighten and tone the skin, draw out impurities from the pores, help clear up blemishes, nourish the skin, hydrate the skin, calm and soothe the skin, and give it a rejuvenated appearance.
Some of the different kinds of facial masks include clay masks, cream or gel masks, paraffin masks, and setting masks (also called thermal masks), which are mixed with water, applied to your skin, and harden into a rubbery material.
You can also make your own home-made masks with fresh fruits, vegetables, milk, yogurt, eggs, honey, avocado, and almond meal.