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Collection: Hydrating Face Masks & Exfoliators

The goal of balanced skin is not to be just healthy-looking. The joy of skincare is seen when results show soft and glowing skin. Whatever skin issues one may be battling, the ambition is the same. Existing concerns like too oily or too dry skin, breakouts, acne, or aging are exacerbated by exposure to harsh chemicals, pollution and UV rays. All these factors, along with changes in lifestyle and diet can cause a great amount of stress to the skin.

While there are many solutions to skin concerns, and your skincare routine is a great way to get a handle on your skin issues, masks and exfoliators are an additional bonus to hydrate and rejuvenate your skin. Masks can provide hydration and freshness to your face without clogging up your pores or making the skin feel heavy and lathered.

We all want our skin to be soft, supple, and glowing. This skin goal or ambition is true for all of us no matter whether we have dry skin or oily skin, whether we have skin prone to acne and breakouts or if we have dehydrated skin or ageing skin, you name it we all want the same thing.

Even with all of the said concerns we are also faced with harsh chemicals, pollution, and the Australian sun's harsh UV rays which can further dehydrate and age your skin. It's enough to make you want to hibernate for the time being. Although many solutions are available to combat skin concerns, such as serums or targeted treatments, masks are a great way to go above and beyond to provide the hydration and rejuvenation your skin needs. They provide a lot of moisture without clogging your pores or making your skin feel heavy.

Vitamins, peptides, and marine and plant extracts are just a few of the ingredients in our favourite masks, which give us spa-like effects without leaving the house.

Face masks are very popular these days, and many people use them to exfoliate and protect their skin. However, few people know that face masks were among the first cosmetics used to retain attractiveness. Face masks were utilised in ancient cultures' beauty rituals as early as 3000 BC. Various herbs, plants, roots, and flowers, for example, were used to create a variety of masks in early Indian civilisation. Herbs were mixed in various proportions to suit different skin types and attain desired results.

Face masks are designed with a variety of qualities that allow them to meet your skin's needs. Because of their occlusive qualities, highly concentrated essential ingredients, and length of time on the skin, they will effectively penetrate your skin, protect and aid in your skin goals.