Facial Masks

Masks for Blemished Skin

oily-skin-maskIf your skin feels slick or you have stubborn blemishes and blackheads, a drying mud or clay mask is the answer. Mud, tea tree oil and sulfur formulations gently draw out oil and work well on all oily skin types. Sanitas skin care has a tea tree mask contains: Niacinamide, salicylic acid, clay, & tea tree oil that may be used safely daily or 1-2 times per week.

  • helps absorb excess oils
  • helps remove toxins from the skin
  • helps promote even skin tone and texture
  • helps soothe and purify the skin
  • helps decongest and clarify problem skin

Be sure to consult with your skin care specialist on formulas and how often oily skin masks should be used.

Acne is a controllable condition and usually is genetic. Many types of treatments are available. For a consultation, please contact Jo Ann at www.skindeepgj.com

 

 

Masks to Calm the Skin

facial-maskEverything from wind, sun. over exfoliation,  and extreme weather will leave your face red and inflamed. It is important to know that the your skin has a lipid barrier and you want to protect it. This will assist your skin in staying moisturized during the dry cold winter months.

When your skin needs a time-out, use a mask with soothing ingredients  to calm your skin such as calendula, rose, cucumber, aloe or milk and honey.

Try #leafpeople calendula-goji Radiant Mask which offers intense hydration. You may even leave this on the skin over night. VitaRich Mask by #sanitas is an enriching mask that imparts deep hydration to replenish dry, dull skin due to harsh winter conditions. To firm skin with a loss of elasticity and irritation try ReVitaLize Mask by #sanitas. This contains a complex antioxidant formula the replenishes moisture and smooth fine lines and wrinkles.

Don’t suffer with red irritated  skin, calm it bycontacting Jo Ann at www.skindeepgj.com to learn more or schedule a treatment. 970-250-9249.

Brighten and Tone Your Skin with a Facial Mask

What things do you look for in a mask to brighten and tone your skin? Boost vibrancy by sloughing off dry skin first using a facial scrub. When you exfoliate first, you open the skin up and release the dry dead surface cells,  this will allow the skin to receive the benefits of your facial mask. Look for alpha hydroxy acids (something that contains glycolic acid) or enzymes (something like fruit or pumpkin) and Vitamin C. These ingredients are excellent choices combined with peptides; growth factors; or hyaluronic acid. To brighten your skin use natural ingredients like Kojic acid; white willow bark; bilberry extract; and imperata cylindrica root extract. To learn more contact Jo Ann at www.skindeepgj.com.

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