The Best Masks For Dry Skin
Today’s post is about the best masks for dry skin. It can be frustrating to have this skin type, especially in the winter. It has its own individual needs that only specific types of products can meet. One of these is masks. Masks are necessary regardless of skin type but it’s important that the right ones are chosen to best target an individual’s needs and effectively improve the skin, ultimately leaving it balanced, moisturized, and healthy.
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An intense moisturizer that contains all of the essential ingredients to completely transform dry skin. Glycerin and Cocoa Butter are powerful moisturizers that penetrate the skin and cholesterol and ceramides give an extra dose to the skin’s surface by adding oils that dry skin loses at a faster rate. Vitamins C and E round it out with the benefit of antioxidants.
Tony Moly is a Korean beauty brand that has recently started being sold in some US stores. Korean beauty products are world renowned and have become increasingly more popular in the US. This sheet mask is made of bleach-free cotton, contains a good dose of hyaluronic acid, the of the chief ingredients for skin hydration. A plus about hyaluronic acid is that it’s good for all skin types, including breakout-prone. But for those with dry skin, especially who don’t have a lot of time or feel like dealing with the hassle of a regular apply and rinse off mask. All you have to do is put it on, wait the time and remove. Any excess product can be pressed into skin.
Tony Moly is available at Ulta $4.00 US
A mask that stays on for 10 minutes and contains oats-colloidal oatmeal, Avena Sativa Oat Bran, and Botanical Antioxidants. It repairs, nourishes, hydrates and softens skin, adding powerful moisture. First Aid Beauty is a great brand for dry skin. Another great product is their
Another great product is their Ultra Repair Cream. It offers a deep moisturization, also containing colloidal oatmeal, as well as shea butter, eucalyptus oil, ceramides, and antioxidant benefits of licorice root, feverfew, and white tea.
Ultra Repair Instant Oatmeal Mask – $24.00
Ultra Repair Cream – $30.00 USD
This product preps your skin for mask application and helps it to spread and rinse more easily. It also has benefits in itself. It adds hydration, smoothes skin, and enhances radiance. It’s definitely something that will improve the effectiveness and results of the mask. Works with all masks except peel off.
Those are my picks for the best masks for dry skin!
These are some incredibly effective and beneficial masks, and with the addition of the primer, you’ll get even more out of them. No matter your skin type, it will amplify the effects of every mask.
Have you tried any of these? Does the Maskimizer seem like something you would like? Leave a comment and let me know!
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