7 Ingredients To Look For In A Facial Mask by Mitali N - Musely
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7 Ingredients To Look For In A Facial Mask

posted in Skin & Body
03/08/2015
  • Whether you make your own face masks or buy them at the store, there are some ingredients that are ideal for your skin. By choosing or making products that contain these ingredients, you can do great things for the skin on your face. That skin is some of the thinnest on your body and taking the best care of it possible means you can preserve its radiance, youth and glow for your entire life. Here are some ingredients you can look for. Let me know how they work for you.

    1. HONEY

    Making your own face mask with honey is pretty popular, but some drugstore versions also contain honey.

  • Honey contains loads of antioxidants, which your skin needs to fight free radical damage that can lead to aging and skin cancer. Honey also has antiseptic properties that make it great for fighting acne. You can put it on your face plain, but look for it in facial masks too.

  • 2. OATS

    You’ll see a lot of skincare products with oats in them. That includes lotion and bubble bath as well as facial masks. That’s for a good reason. Oats helps cleanse pores, clearing them of dirt and bacteria that can lead to breakouts. They are also very soothing to the skin, so they can help tame a sunburn or other conditions that cause inflammation on your face.

  • 3. ALOE VERA


    Aloe vera is another very soothing ingredient to look for in facial masks. When applied to the skin it combats the pain and suffering from a sunburn, but it is also just relaxing when you don’t have one. Aloe vera is easy to find in many facial products, including masks, which is because it’s so beneficial to the skin. It smells pretty good too, which doesn’t hurt when it’s on your face right where you have to sniff it while the mask does its magic.

  • 4. AVOCADO

    You might be surprised to see how many facial masks contain avocado. This fruit is chock full of healthy fats, which hydrate your skin. As you allow the facial mask to penetrate your face, the avocado soaks in and pumps your skin with the moisture it needs to stay fresh and healthy looking. It also has a pleasing scent, which makes your pampering treatment all that much better.

  • 5. MINT


    The bonus when it comes to minty facial products is that they smell good! Mint has antiseptic properties that make it great for a good cleansing facial mask. Using this as an ingredient helps clear pores and leaves your skin with a healthy tingle that feels good and promises to help prevent breakouts and other blemishes. Love it!

  • 6. VITAMIN E

    Vitamin E plays a role in healthy collagen and elastin production in your skin. These are the elements that help keep your skin looking radiant and young. Not enough means sagging, wrinkly skin. That’s why you should always look for a facial mask with vitamin E. As it sits on your face, it infuses your skin with the nutrient, ensuring a refreshed and healthy look when you rinse it off.

  • 7. MUD/CLAY

    The amount of mud or clay in certain facial masks varies, but it’s good for a couple of reasons. Clay and mud help pull impurities from your skin, which eliminates breakouts and improves the overall appearance of your face. It also add moisture to your skin and works for any skin type. Clay or mud also smooths and softens skin, so you really can’t go wrong when you use it.

  • What’s your favorite facial mask? Do you make your own or buy it at the store? Share your best face mask tips with me.

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