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How to Choose Organic, Clean, or Natural Face Masks

CATEGORY: BEAUTY
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How often do you apply a face mask at home? Which face masks are your favorite?

In this article, I share my three favorite organic, clean, or natural face masks of the moment.

I must admit that I started using face masks regularly after I turned forty. Before, I did not feel the need to make an extra effort.

I don’t know what happened right now my skin is much dryer and prone to acne than ever. And nourishing face masks, when I use them regularly, make a huge difference.

So which organic, Clean, or Natural Face Masks are my favorite?


PISTACHIO FACE MASK by IRENE FORTE

Leave this mask to transform your face in 10minutes only! It hydrates, plumps, conditions, and protects the skin with Olive Oil, Rice Fractions, Panthenol B5, and Aloe Leaf Juice. It is especially suitable for a mature, dry, or dehydrated complexion. It is pricey, but it works wonders.

HYDRATING MASK by DR. HAUSCHKA

Why do I love this rich mask? Because it nurtures and nourishes my dry, sensitive skin. And I like that I can apply it under my eyes too. It is formulated with Quince seed extract, almond, avocado and jojoba oils, and rose wax. After I use it, my skin looks supple, nourished and feels smooth.

“BRIGHTEN” INSTANT GLOW MASK -HERBIVORE

I like this enzyme face mask because it is soft and does not sensitize my skin. I keep it on for 10 minutes at most. It slightly itches, but my complexion is smoother and looks brighter.

The mask contains rice powder and pineapple enzymes as well as micronized Brazilian tourmaline gemstone.

INSTANT DETOX MASK – CAUDALIE

I use this pore minimizing, detoxifying mask when my skin breaks out. It contains natural pink clay, which draws out impurities. The only thing you need to remember when you’re using it is not to leave the mask totally dry out and crack. Why? Because that means that the clay started pulling the moisture out of your complexion instead of delivering it.

To learn how to make DIY face masks at home, watch this video.

Have you found this article on how to choose organic, clean, or natural face masks helpful? Which of these masks will you try? Let me know in the comments below.

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