Who doesn’t love a good pamper evening? I’ve been spending these wintery evenings watching Love Island with a good face mask. Especially the weather is so cold and can affect your skin, it’s so important to take extra care and be moisturised and hydrated. It’s actually crazy the number of different types of face masks you can buy now. I’ve got to admit that I do love a good sheet mask, they are always so hydrating and so simple to apply and enjoy. I picked up some sheet masks from the Korean brand KORIKA from their SciBeauty and NaturBeauty ranges.
The NaturBeauty range has something for every complexion. Whether you are looking for one to brighten or nourish, there’s something for everyone. As I said, I want to keep my skin as hydrated as possible in winter. I’ve not got time for dry skin so I’ve been using the KORIKA Moisturising Sheet Mask. I’ve actually used this mask a few times now as it’s really inexpensive. It’s a great quick fix for leaving your skin hydrated overnight but this might have something to do with the glacier water from Iceland which is within the product. How amazing is that? The sheet mask also has peach extracts and hyaluronic acid which is a key component for keeping the skin hydrated and looking youthful.
The other mask I’ve been using this month is one I didn’t even know that it was a thing. You’ll have probably seen feet masks (I use the tea tree ones all the time!) but KORIKA actually does a Regenerating Mask for hands and nails. The mask slips on just like a glove – how unique is this?! Especially in winter my hands are usually really horrific in terms of dry skin. Hand Cream is literally my best friend but this mask works wonders. After leaving the little gloves on for around 15 minutes, my hands were left so moisturised and hydrated. The results last for around 3 days, so this is a great mask to use twice a week to keep your hands in tip-top condition. Especially if they are quite probelmatic like mine.
Have you ever seen hand masks before? What is your go-to face mask?
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