Masks

28 products

    28 products
    Express moisturizing mask
    Estime & Sens
    CHF 38.00
    Acne Advanced Clarifying Mask
    Eminence
    CHF 61.00
    Hydramemory - Hydra Plump Mask - Mask
    Comfort Zone
    CHF 47.00
    Hydra n°1 Mask
    Yon-Ka
    CHF 55.00
    comforting mask
    Estime & Sens
    CHF 41.00
    Bright Skin Mask
    Eminence
    CHF 58.00
    Purifying mask
    Estime & Sens
    CHF 34.00
    Pro-Collagen Lift Mask
    Patyka
    CHF 89.00
    Sold Out
    Clear Skin Probiotic Mask
    Eminence
    CHF 58.00
    Calm Skin Arnica Mask
    Eminence
    CHF 62.00
    Bestseller
    Renight - Mask
    Comfort Zone
    CHF 67.00
    Sold Out
    Night Detox
    Skin Regimen
    CHF 104.00
    Sold Out
    Offbeat Mask
    Estime & Sens
    Sale price CHF 32.25 Regular price CHF 43.00 Save 25%
    Active Pureness - Mask
    Comfort Zone
    CHF 48.00
    Pro-Hyaluronic Plumping Mask
    Patyka
    CHF 89.00
    Mask 103
    Yon-Ka
    CHF 45.00
    Mask 105 - Dry & Sensitive Skin
    Yon-Ka
    CHF 45.00
    New
    Renaissance mask
    Estime & Sens
    CHF 45.00
    Sublime Skin - Lift-Mask
    Comfort Zone
    CHF 98.00
    Sensitive Mask
    Yon-Ka
    CHF 63.00
    Intense Moisturizing Mask
    Patyka
    CHF 64.00
    New
    Charcoal & Black Seed Clay Mask
    Eminence
    CHF 73.00
    Volcanic Sea Clay Detox Mask
    Mara
    CHF 54.00
    New
    Kantic® Light and Radiance Mask
    Alchimie Forever
    CHF 79.00
    SOUL MILK Soothing Moisture Mask
    Naturallogic
    CHF 54.00
    UNMASK Detox Hydration Mask
    Naturallogic
    CHF 58.00
    Intense Moisturizing Mask
    Epara
    CHF 129.00
    Charcoal Detox Mask
    Patyka
    CHF 25.90

    What is a face mask?

    A face mask is a skin care product designed to be applied to the face. There are different types of masks, each with specific properties depending on the skin's needs. Here are some common types of face masks:

    Moisturizing masks

    They are formulated to provide additional hydration to the skin. They often contain ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, glycerol or hydrating plant extracts.

    Purifying masks

    These masks aim to deeply cleanse the skin, eliminating excess sebum, impurities and toxins. Clay-based masks are often used for this purpose.

    Exfoliating masks

    They contain ingredients such as fruit acids or enzymes to remove dead skin cells, promoting cell renewal.

    Soothing masks

    Designed to calm and soothe the skin, these masks are often used to reduce redness and inflammation. They may contain ingredients like aloe, chamomile, or colloidal oatmeal.

    Anti-aging masks

    Formulated to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, these masks may contain ingredients such as retinol, peptides or antioxidants.

    Facial masks can be available in different forms, including sheets, creams, clay or gel. Their regular use can help improve skin texture, treat specific concerns, and maintain healthy skin.

    It is important to choose a mask suited to your skin type and specific concerns. Before incorporating a new product into your skincare routine, it is recommended to do a test on a small area to avoid possible adverse reactions.

    How to choose a face mask?

    Choosing a facial mask depends on several factors, including your skin type, your specific concerns, and the mask's ingredients. Here are some steps to help you choose a mask that suits your needs:

    Know your skin type

    Oily skin : If your skin is prone to excess oil, opt for a purifying clay-based mask to help control oil.

    Dry skin : Choose a hydrating mask with ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, shea butter or avocado oil.

    Combination skin : You can use different masks on different areas of your face to meet the specific needs of each area.

    Define your concerns

    Anti-aging : Look for masks with ingredients such as retinol, peptides or antioxidants to help reduce the signs of aging.

    Acne : Purifying masks made with clay or activated charcoal can be beneficial for controlling excess oil and cleaning pores.

    Sensitivity : Choose soothing masks with ingredients like aloe, chamomile, or colloidal oatmeal.

    Read ingredient labels

    Avoid masks that contain ingredients you may be allergic to.

    Look for ingredients that are beneficial for your specific skin type and concerns.

    Consider the shape of the mask

    Sheet masks are convenient and easy to use.
    Cream or gel masks can provide intensive hydration.
    Clay masks are effective in absorbing excess oil.

    Frequency of use

    Some masks are designed for daily use, while others are recommended once or twice a week. Follow the instructions for use to avoid any adverse effects.

    Do a patch test

    Before applying the mask all over your face, do a patch test on a small area to check for any adverse reactions.

    By considering these factors, you will be better equipped to choose a mask that meets your specific needs and is suitable for your skin type. If you have any special concerns or specific skin issues, it may also be helpful to consult a dermatologist for personalized recommendations.

    How often should you make facial masks?

    How often you should use a face mask depends on the type of mask, your skin type, and your specific skin concerns. Here are some general guidelines:

    Moisturizing masks

    Dry skin : 1 to 2 times per week.
    Normal to combination skin : 1 time per week.

    Purifying masks

    Oily acne-prone skin : 2 to 3 times a week.
    Normal to combination skin : 1 to 2 times per week.

    Exfoliating masks

    1 to 2 times a week, depending on your skin's tolerance. Avoid using strong exfoliants too frequently to avoid irritation.

    Soothing masks

    When needed, generally 1 to 2 times per week, or as directed by the product.

    Anti-aging masks

    1-2 times per week, depending on product instructions.

    It is essential to follow specific product instructions, as some masks are designed for more frequent use than others. Overuse of masks can sometimes lead to skin irritation, so it's important to find a balance that suits your skin type.

    Additionally, carefully observe your skin's reaction. If you notice signs of irritation, such as redness, excessive dryness or tingling, reduce the frequency of use of the mask or choose a gentler product.

    Finally, remember that skin care is about more than just masks. A well-rounded skincare routine, including cleansing, moisturizing, and sun protection, is also essential for maintaining healthy, balanced skin.

    At what point in the routine should I do my mask?

    The order of application of products in a skin care routine is generally as follows: cleansing, toning, treatment (serums, specific treatments), hydration and sun protection (in the morning). Applying the mask usually fits into this routine, but it depends on the type of mask you are using.

    Here are some tips on when to apply your mask in your skincare routine:

    Moisturizing, Purifying, Soothing Masks

    Cleansing : Start by cleansing your face with a gentle cleanser to remove impurities.
    Mask : Apply the mask according to the specific product instructions. Most masks of this type are applied to clean skin and left on for a while.
    Rinsing (if necessary): Some masks require rinsing after working for a while. Be sure to follow the instructions.
    Toning : If you use a toner in your routine, apply it after the mask.
    Specific treatments (if you use them) : If you use serums or other specific treatments, apply them after the mask.
    Hydration : Finish with a moisturizer to seal in hydration.

    Exfoliating Masks

    Exfoliating masks, in general, are often used less frequently (1-2 times per week), replacing regular cleansing. You can incorporate them into your routine as follows:

    Cleaning : Use your usual cleanser.
    Exfoliating Mask : Apply the exfoliating mask according to the instructions.
    Rinsing : Rinse the mask well after the recommended time.
    Toning , Specific treatments, Hydration: Follow with the rest of your routine, applying the products in the usual order.

    Incorporating a mask into your routine also depends on the recommended frequency of use. Some masks are designed for daily use, while others are recommended once or twice a week.

    Always follow specific product instructions for best results.

    Should you wash your face after the mask?

    The need to wash your face after applying a mask depends on the type of mask you are using. Here are some common scenarios:

    Moisturizing, Purifying, Soothing Masks

    Not always necessary : ​​For many hydrating, purifying or soothing masks, rinsing after use is not always necessary. Some masks are designed to be left on the skin, allowing the beneficial ingredients to continue working.
    Follow the instructions : Follow the specific product instructions. Some masks can be applied before bed and left on overnight, while others are meant to be rinsed off after a specific period of time.

    Exfoliating Masks

    Recommended Rinse Out : Exfoliating masks, in general, are often meant to be rinsed off after they have worked for a while. This helps remove exfoliating particles and other active ingredients.
    Avoid irritation : Rinsing off the exfoliating mask is especially important to avoid excessive exfoliation that could cause skin irritation.

    Sheet Masks

    Not always necessary : ​​Sheet masks are generally designed to be removed after a specific period of time, without the need for rinsing.
    Pat the excess : After removing the sheet mask, you can gently pat the remaining serum into your skin rather than rinsing it off.

    In all cases, follow the specific product instructions. If the mask you are using does not require rinsing, it is generally recommended to leave the active ingredients on your skin to continue working. However, if the mask requires rinsing, be sure to do so according to the instructions for the best results.

    What are the main active ingredients found in masks and for what purpose?

    The main active ingredients present in facial masks vary depending on the specific purpose of the mask. Here are some common ingredients and their associated purposes:

    Hyaluronic acid

    Objective : Intense hydration. Hyaluronic acid is a powerful hydrating agent that helps retain moisture in the skin.

    Clay

    Objective : Purification and matification. Clay-based masks, such as kaolin clay or bentonite, help absorb excess oil, clean pores and purify the skin.

    Licorice (Licorice)

    Objective : Lightening and reduction of pigment spots. Licorice is often used to reduce dark spots and even out skin tone.

    Vitamin C

    Objective : Radiance and antioxidant protection. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that can help brighten skin, reduce the appearance of dark spots, and protect against free radical damage.

    Fruit Acids (AHA) or Beta-Hydroxy Acids (BHA)

    Objective : Exfoliation. These acids, such as glycolic acid (AHA) or salicylic acid (BHA), help remove dead skin cells, promoting cell turnover and improving skin texture.

    Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)

    Objective : Reduction of inflammation, regulation of sebum production. Niacinamide can help soothe the skin, reduce redness and control excess oil.

    Retinol (Vitamin A)

    Objective : Anti-aging. Retinol is known to stimulate cell turnover, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve skin firmness.

    Aloe Vera

    Objective : Appeasement. Aloe vera is soothing and hydrating, often used in masks to calm the skin and reduce irritation.

    Chamomile

    Objective : Appeasement. Chamomile has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties, making it an ideal ingredient for masks intended to calm sensitive skin.

    Charcoal

    Objective : Purification. Activated charcoal is often used in masks to help draw out impurities and detoxify the skin.

    It is important to note that the concentration of active ingredients, product formulation and compatibility with your skin type are key factors to consider when choosing a mask. You can adjust your choices based on your specific concerns and skin needs.

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