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3 K-Beauty Sleeping Masks Skin Care Hacks
It’s no secret that I am a sucker for face masks… I love how easy you can pamper yourself with a mask. I’m obsessed with the fact that you can cater to your skin while you’re cleaning the house, watching tv, or sleeping.
Sleeping Masks 101
Sleeping masks are a staple in the K-Beauty craze. It’s a fairly simple concept: as the last step in your nightly skin care routine you add the mask to your face and go to sleep. 🙂 Clever name right? (lol) Sleeping masks are a great way to wake up looking well rested and with plumper more hydrated skin. There are a variety of face masks to choose from hydrating to gentle exfoliating treatments. You’ll choose the right mask for you, based on your own personal skin care needs.
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Sleeping Masks Hacks and Tips
As stated above sleeping masks are intended to be used as the last step in your bedtime skin care routine. We Love a good multipurpose product. So I’m going to go over 3 hacks you can use to get the most out of your mask experience.
No One’s skin is completely dry or totally oily. We all have little areas on our skin that need a little TLC that no one product can give. Enter multi-masking. Multi-Masking is s skin care technique where you strategically apply a different mask to various areas of your face to meet your skin’s individual needs. For instance, you might use the skin resurfacing Watermelon Sleep Mask on your t-zone while using the moisturizing Avocado Melt Sleeping Mask on your U-Zone – Cheeks and Chin area. This will help you address multiple skin concerns without any additional steps.
Switch It Up
Another great hack is to simply alternate your masks. Your skin care needs change daily so you should really have a collection of face masks to address those needs. Feeling a little dry – try a moisturizing masks. Feeling a bit congested try a gentle exfoliating mask. 🙂
Rinse it Off
There is no rule that says that overnight masks have to be used overnight, despite the name. Try a hydrating mask overnight to soak up all that moisture and plump your skin. Then in the morning rinse it off and apply an exfoliating mask to gently resurface the skin, follow with your regular morning skin care routine.
I hope this post helps you guys with your skin concerns. I know how skin issues can make you feel self conscious and can effect your confidence and other areas of your life. Let me know down in the comments if you use sleeping masks or if these tips are something you’re going to try any of these hacks.