3 Face Masks For Every Skin Problem | Verve Magazine
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March 30, 2016

3 Face Masks For Every Skin Problem

Text by Wyanet Vaz

From oil-absorbing clay to moisturising super ingredients, there is something for everyone

Even though summer is underway, our skin has already been subjected to the harshness of the sun – we’re talking about tan, lifeless skin and clogged pores. It is no doubt that the quickest fix to any skin concern is a luscious face mask. Infact the pretty powerful cosmetic brand – Bobbi Brown – is out with their first ever range of good-for-you face masks. We’ve broken down the ingredients and skin-care jargon, so you know what’s best for your skin.

Problem: Acne and pores
Solution: Instant Detox Mask
For a deep thorough cleanse, this powerful clay-based formula helps remove pore-clogging debris and excess oil from the skin. Minerals straight off Hawaiian sea water and Amazonian white clay are exactly what you need to reduce the appearance of pores. Apply a thin layer on slightly damp skin, let it dry for two to five minutes and rinse off with warm water.

Problem: Dry and undernourished skin
Solution: Skin Nourish Mask
This creamy yet lightweight formula helps with adequate moisturisation for your skin. It contains super ingredients like Coral Grass that helps distribute moisture, and Muru Muru helps repair the skin. Use this to reduce fine, dry lines. Apply generously all over the skin and let it absorb for 2 to 5 minutes. Tissue off the excess product and massage the remaining mask into the skin.

Problem: Dull Skin
Solution: Radiance Boost Mask
For a more even, fresh-faced complexion, try this face mask which helps to gently smoothen, retexturise and soften skin’s appearance. Minuscule walnut grain beads help to get rid of dry skin cells and Kaolin clay reduces excess oil build-up. The best bit is orange oil, which is quite uplifting. Apply on to damp skin, and leave it on for 2 to 5 minutes. Rinse off with warm water while gently massaging the skin in circular motion.

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