A great way of unwinding and giving your face a treat at the same time is applying a face mask and lying down while it works its magic.
Once a week is good but twice a week is even better, once you have got into the habit you will start to look forward to its relaxing effect on you and your skin.
There are many masks available some that you peel off and others that you wash off with cool clear water. Every different skin type is covered by the variety of products on the market.
Those with oily skins often have a forehead and nose problem referred to as the t-zone, usually it points towards a bad diet and irregular sleep patterns or more likely to a teenager.
Older skins can suffer from dryness due often to a lack of collagen that is what keeps the face hydrated. This condition often leads to flakiness, cracks and wrinkles. People who live in countries with a cold climate should take precautions to prevent this type of dry skin condition.
The ideal skin type is known as normal, and the lucky person will have an even tone and very few, if any blemishes. Lastly is the awkward blend of oily and dry commonly called a combination skin. This features an oily u-zone, meaning the chin and cheeks and a dry t-zone.
Thankfully, there is a mask for each of the four different skin types and a key ingredient that is the solution to each of the problems.