Skin care can be a hard gift to buy for others: For me to gift it to someone else, it has to be both luxurious and efficacious, and come across as equal parts indulgence and thoughtfulness. Like, I know LaMer is luxurious and indulgent, but I also don’t think that it works better than any other product with lactic acid, no matter how the lactic acid is sourced, so I don’t gift it to others. On the other hand, I also am not going to hand somebody I love a tube of Retin-A. It may be the gold standard of anti-aging, but there’s nothing uplifting or inspiring about getting a clinical-looking tube of cream for the holidays — just sayin’.
Currently, face masks are all the rage. This is definitely a good thing considering how well they work if you are using the appropriate one for your skin type. There are so many masks to choose from it can be overwhelming to know which is going to be the best match for you. It is important to choose masks that will nourish your skin, rather than dehydrate and irritate it. Not only is it important to know which face mask is best for you, it is also good to know how often you can use it without damaging your skin. Deciphering this can be enough to make a person want to quit the skin care game entirely.
While some may think that self-care consists of an extensive night-time routine or a luxurious trip to the spa, sheet masks can actually be a small yet efficient way of personal care. Sheet masks can be stored in your purse to-go, a skincare fridge, or a bathroom table. Sheet masks serve numerous benefits and here’s why they are vital for your skincare routine: