Homemade masks for dry skin

DRY SKIN MASKS

Characteristics of dry skin face masks

Face masks for dry skin are resources that can be used at most once or twice a week for their skin. Masks for dry skin have the role to clean, nourish and moisturize.

Remember that, unlike other preparations which can be stored in the refrigerator, such as moisturizers, masks have a short duration, so they should be used shortly after being prepared.

Masks should be applied to the skin in very thin layers of about 1 mm thick. Before their application, they should be given a water bath to reach about 38 º C, that’s to say, body temperature. It is also important, before applying the mask, to use an exfoliating cream. This allows the ingredients of the masks penetrate into the skin.

This type of masks will be applied during a given period, in most cases about 15 to 30 minutes. Later, depending on the type of mask, they have to be cleaned using hot or warm water.

The best face masks for dry skin

Among the many masks available, we can mention the following:

Apple and Egg Mask for Dry Skin

Ingredients:

– 30 ml of almond oil.

– 1 good-sized apple.

– 1 egg yolk

Preparation:

– Peel the apple. Cut into pieces and crush with a fork.

– Add the egg yolks and three tablespoons of almond oil.

– Mix all well to make a smooth paste.

Use:

After cleaning the skin with an exfoliating cream, apply to the skin a thin layer of this mask and leave it there for about 30 minutes. Clean with warm water.

Other masks for dry skin:

Yogurt mask with olive oil for dry skin

Mask of peanuts with soy oil for dry skin

Pear mask for dry skin

Masks for crow’s feet

Oily skin masks

Oily skin creams

Oily skin tonics

Types of skin

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Article updated on: 19 March, 2019

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