Hi everyone! Are you suffereing from dry skin? Unfortunately, as we age, it’s harder to keep our skin hydrated. So I purchased some sheet masks for dry skin to see if they really help.
You may be wondering what sheet masks do, and how they work. They drench the skin with hydrating serums, while the paper stops it from evaporating. Read on to found out how they worked on my mature skin.
The Three Sheet Masks For Dry Skin
Does your skincare routine need a boost of hydration? Mine did, so I purchsed three well known sheet masks for dry skin and gave them a try. I looked for brands that contained hydrating, plumping, skin-loving ingredients. They also needed to be free of parabens, sulfates, and phthalates.
Tatcha Luminous Dewy Skin Mask
First up was Tatcha Luminous Dewy Skin Mask. The Tatcha Skincare Line incorporates classic Japanese beauty secrets and time tested ingredients into their line and feeds the skin with Japanese anti-aging superfoods. This mask is formulated with a blend of botanical oils, vitamin E, essential fatty acids, fermented green tea, rice, and algae, on a delicate microfiber sheet. It’s for dry, normal, dullness, fine lines, and wrinkles.
I loved the way my skin felt after using the Tatcha Mask. This was my favorite of the three because of the effectiveness and clean ingredients. It delivers 20 ml of hydrating serum into the skin. With such a generous amount of serum inside, there was enough for both my face and neck. This product is non-comedogenic, formulated without mineral oils, parabens, synthetic fragrance, sulfate detergents, phthalates, DEA or TEA, and is considered clean at Sephora.
Lancome Genifique Hydrogel Melting Mask
Lancome’s Advanced Hydrogel Melting Mask is a hydrogel sheet mask. This multitasking sheet mask plumps the skin and provides instant radiance, hydration, and smoothness. All this in ten minutes! It’s formulated with the same amount of Bifidus extract found in a full bottle of the cult favorite Advanced Genifique Serum. The mask is used for dry, normal, oily, combination, and sensitive skin. The product doesn’t contain any parabens, sulfates or phthalates.
Whether you are want to prep the skin before makeup for an added glow during the day or add a boost to your nighttime skincare routine, Lancome’s Advanced Hydrogel Melting Mask doesn’t disappoint. I used it in the morning before applying my makeup. My skin felt supple and smooth all day.
GlamGlow GlowLace Radiance Boosting Hydration Sheet Mask
The GlamGlow Glow Lace is a great help for dull skin. It delivers hydration with hyaluronic acid and energizes skin with green tea and caffeine. The mask has two pieces for a better fit, one piece for the top and the other for the bottom, with a very unique holographic design. It’s is for use on normal, dry, combination and oily skin. The product is free of sulfates, SLS, SLES, parabens, and phthalates
Apply the mask to a clean dry face. Put the bottom half on first, smoothing the mask outward from the center to align. Then put on the top half, and leave on for ten minutes.
My skin had a smoother and looked brighter after using this mask. It’s formulated with Provitamin B5, Licorice, and Arginine to help brighten the skin.
All of these masks provided that extra boost of hydration and added some extra suppleness to my skin. My skin felt softer, plumped and moisturized for days after using them. Besides the regular cleansers, serums and moisturizers, adding sheet masks is a great weekly addition to a skincare routine. They are effective and convenient for home or on the go.
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