Sheet Masks For Dry Skin
This month has been filled with rain, wind, and a sudden drop in temperatures. Generally, many of us slather on moisturiser in an attempt to combat the seasonal dryness, redness and flakiness, but what if you could treat your dry skin in just twenty minutes leaving it soft, smooth and supple?
The Bio Cellulose Facial Treatment Mask has been specially designed using the most advanced mask technology to adhere to your face like a second skin. Formulated using a number of beneficial nutrients, the mask delivers moisturising, brightening and anti-ageing benefits in just 20 minutes.
The fibres of the mask are 500x finer than regular masks so that the moisture is instantly retained and helps the three key ingredients to travel deeper into the dermis for longer-lasting results.
Bio Cellulose Treatment Face Mask (5)
Silky amino acids: The amino acids will continue to hydrate and moisturise your skin even after use of the mask.
Arbutin: Brightens the skin tone to reveal a more even complexion.
Centella Asiatica extract: Known for its anti-ageing properties and its ability to increase circulation and stimulate skin repair.
Sheet Mask Application
For optimal results, you should use the Bio Cellulose Facial treatment mask three times per week (click here to find out why?). Leave the mask on for twenty minutes for optimal absorption. Ensure that you remove both the back and front layer of protective film and apply the middle sheet (jelly texture) to the contours of the face.
During use, you may find that certain areas of the mask become a little drier than others. This is due to the lack of hydration in the skin and so presents the driest areas.