Skin Care

Choosing The Right Face Mask For You

Who should use it?
Use this for thirsty, uncomfortable and tight skin. It's for all those in search of comfort at the end of a long day.

What are the active ingredients?
Hyaluronic acid, lactic acid, glycerine and alpha carrageenans. Their role is to add moisture to the skin, to maintain the surface of the skin and to stimulate circulation.

Results : The skin is rehydrated, supple and very soft!

The homemade version : Use the star of organic cosmetics: aloe vera. You can also use cucumber. Crushed, then mixed with a teaspoon of natural yoghurt, it refreshes and hydrates your skin in just 10 minutes!

Who should use it?
For combination or oily skin. For those who suffer from imperfections, spots, a dull complexion and excess sebum.

What are the active ingredients?
Zinc (to reduce excess sebum), piroctone olamine (to combat bacterial growth) and LHA (for its keratolytic action). They are often combined with essential oils like peppermint, melissa, rosemary or thyme which purify the skin.

Results : The skin is smoother, pores appear tighter, and the face is visibly cleansed... It breathes anew.

Homemade version : Mix together a small amount of green clay with a squeeze of lemon juice and a few drops of essential oil.

Who should use it?
For rough skin, which is cracked and irritated.

What are the active ingredients?
The presence of oils rich in omega 6 and 9 restore the lipid layer of the skin. Nourishing masks also rely on the presence of glycerine, which is capable of retaining water at the surface.

Results : Say goodbye to crocodile skin and hello to a soft, supple glowing complexion!

Homemade version : Use argan, sweet almond, apricot or avocado oil and mix with a large tablespoon of honey.