Note: Turmeric is a light dye that can stain anything, so make sure not to get in on your clothes and use an old towel to dry your face after you wash it off. I always apply some cold-pressed olive oil to my skin after the mask and wipe it clean with a cotton ball or face cloth to remove the slight yellow colour. Don’t worry – it comes off.
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This cleanser-mask hybrid features salicylic acid as its main active ingredient, which helps to slough off dead skin, clear pores, and dry up any active pimples. Use it as a cleanser, or opt to leave on longer as a mask for more potency.
Suitable for all skin types, this 20-minute peel-off mask features a potent concentration of red clay, working to detoxify, purify, alleviate clogged pores, and diminish shine. The mineral-rich clay also reduces congestive pigmentation in problem areas, bettering the appearance and texture of the skin.
Dermalogica's face mask contains 5% sulfur which works to promote cell turnover and create a brighter and more even skin tone.
Nothing says spa night quite like a facial. Face masks can help tighten and clear up your skin, leaving you feeling refreshed and looking fabulous. Try these five simple detox face masks at home!
It sounds like you’re going to your nearest ice cream parlor, but don’t stuff your face just yet – at least not the inside. Combine your ingredients and spread your mixture evenly on your clean, dry face. Avoid your eyes, eyebrows, hairline and lips when you apply your mask and keep it on for 15 minutes before washing it off to reveal more beautiful skin.
Honey coconut mask 1 teaspoon of coconut oil (virgin is best) ½ tablespoon of raw honey 2 tablespoons of bentonite clay.