Hi everyone – I have a guest post for today’s 3 in a row blog! Yay! The beautiful Sophia Smith has put together this awesome piece just in time for the dry winter to hit our skin! I hope you enjoy.
Every now and then, a good, nourishing spa treatment is exactly what a woman needs to feel refreshed and ready for new challenges. However, sometimes it’s best to turn to your personal selection of beauty products, and put on a rich face mask without having to leave the comfort of your home. And with so many products available nowadays, how do you know which ones you can trust?
As we’re slowly marching towards the new season, we’ve already established the predominant trend in the beauty industry for the year – nature-inspired and organic will rule the beauty world with many brands basing their products on superfoods and toxic-free recipes. Read on to discover the five most nourishing face masks with natural ingredients that will provide you with a perfect home-spa treatment!
1. A deep cleanse
If you’re looking for a mask that will simultaneously rid your skin of dead cells and toxins, and purify your complexion with the natural power of papaya while providing you with the comfort of pineapple enzymes, look no further than this Moroccan Lava Clay Exfoliating Scrub.
The perk of this product is that you can use it both as an exfoliator and as a face mask, and it will ensure you have a pure, rosy complexion and feed your skin with essential fruit enzymes.
2. An antioxidant boost
The same way your skin will appreciate a diet filled with fresh fruits and veggies teeming with antioxidants, your spa mask should also be based on natural ingredients that will give your skin the nutrition it deserves.
Apart from an effective antioxidant boost and protection against the damaging effects of free radicals, the 7 Wonders Amazonian Acai Anti-Pollution sheet mask will also do wonders for your skin. Easy to apply and perfect for ladies who spend most of their time in a polluted city, this mask will eliminate the ramifications of pollution and it’s ideal for pretty much any skin type.
3. Revitalize overnight
Perhaps the best way to pamper yourself and your complexion is by giving it several hours’ worth of nourishment. Turn your beauty sleep into a night-long spa treatment for your skin with this energizing Payot Anti-Fatigue Sleeping Mask that will help your tired skin recover and restore its natural glow.
Packed with super-fruits that revitalize your complexion and your skin’s resilience, along with the rejuvenating power of silk tree extract, this mask will refresh your appearance but also deeply nourish your skin with long-lasting effects.
4. Tone and hydrate
If your skin could have a sip of its favorite drink, it would be a rose-infused cocktail of soothing petals and rosewater that will tone your skin, while aloe vera and cucumber extract will soothe irritated skin and restore your beautiful complexion.
The Fresh Rose Face Mask will leave your skin fully restored and nourished, and five to ten minutes is more than enough. So mild that it can be used daily, yet so powerful that its benefits will be visible on your skin for days, this mask will provide your skin with much-needed hydration.
Living in a sun-kissed place has many advantages, but your skin can use all the extra moisturizing it can get. To stimulate your skin’s rejuvenation, spoil yourself with a brief, but valuable spa mask treatment with this Boscia Wakame Hydrogel mask.
Based on brown seaweed and wakame, also known as the Japanese seaweed famous for its numerous health benefits, this perfect spa mask will firm and soothe your skin. All of the botanical ingredients are perfectly combined to fight visible ageing signs, and the mask is designed to seal in all the beneficial ingredients.
Take your pick and pamper yourself with some of these incredible spa masks that will nourish and protect your skin with all these powerful natural ingredients!
Sophia Smith is Australian based beauty and fashion blogger. She is very passionate about organic skincare and makeup, yoga and mindful living. Sophia writes mostly in beauty related topics, mainly through blogs and articles. Over the years she wrote pieces for: Eco Warrior Princess, How to Simplify, Urban Naturale, Viva Glam Magazine, Art of Healthy Living, Vegan Edition and Oh My Heartsie Girl.