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vegan & non-toxic face mask

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frequently asked questions

How often should I use a face mask?

This depends on your skin type and the type of mask you are using. Generally, it's recommended to use a mask 1-2 times per week. However, always follow the instructions on the packaging of your chosen mask.

Can face masks be used on sensitive skin?

Yes, but it's important to choose a mask that is designed for sensitive skin and to patch test any new products before applying them to your face. Look for masks that are free from fragrances and harsh ingredients, and always follow the instructions on the packaging.

Do I need to cleanse my face before applying a face mask?

Yes, it's important to cleanse your face before applying a face mask to ensure that your skin is clean and free from any impurities. This will help the mask to penetrate deeper into the skin and provide more effective results.

Can I leave a face mask on for too long?

Leaving a face mask on for too long can actually have the opposite effect and cause your skin to become irritated or dry. Always follow the instructions on the packaging and remove the mask after the recommended time.

Can I apply a face mask after exfoliating?

Yes, you can use a face mask after exfoliating as after exfoliation it becomes easier for the skin to absorb the ingredients in your face mask but it's important to choose a gentle mask that won't irritate your skin after exfoliating.

Can face masks help with acne?

Our Green Tea Clay Mask has antioxidant green tea extracts that help control acne. It also has glycolic acid that gently exfoliates and helps remove dead skin and kaolin & bentonite clays to absorb excess oil without drying the skin.

Can face masks replace my regular skincare routine?

No, face masks are designed to provide a deeper level of treatment and exfoliation to the skin, but they should not replace your regular skincare routine. It's important to still cleanse, tone, and moisturize your skin as usual, and to use a mask as a weekly treatment.

Face masks are an important part of the skincare routine. They are designed to provide a deeper level of treatment to the skin, delivering nutrients, hydration, and other beneficial ingredients to the skin. With the rise of social media, the popularity of face masks has increased significantly. From clay masks to sheet masks, there are a variety of different types of face masks to choose from.

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