DIY Compressed Facial Masks

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DIY Compressed Facial Masks

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Have you ever heard of compressed face mask? Customize these facial mask sheets by adding what your skin needs. It’s such a smart, convenient and inexpensive way to pamper your skin! 

These little-knitted cotton sheets that are compressed into a tablet form. Made of 100% cotton or viscose, non-toxic and without alcohol. Very small and convenient to carry around especially for travel.

  • Take a tablet and soak it into toner or rose water or any type of liquid that you want to nourish your skin with. 
  • Carefully place the mask on your freshly cleansed face and relax for 10-15 minutes.
  • Remove the face mask and pat any residue onto your skin until it absorbs.

Package Includes: 30 pcs of Compressed Facial Masks

Our Tips:

If you don’t like the idea of using face toner and serums, you can also use kitchen ingredients like green tea, chamomile tea, white tea with aloe vera gel and even a few drops of olive oil.

① For Dry Skin
Use a mixture of coconut water (1/4 cup), five drops of coconut oil, and half a teaspoon of honey. Coconut oil and water are naturally hydrating, while honey helps to lock moisture into the skin.

② For Sensitive Skin
Use a cool 1/4 cup of chamomile tea mixed with one tablespoon of aloe vera gel and three drops of olive oil will calm any redness or irritation. Refrigerate any left over and use it within 3 days. The aloe vera gel in combination with the olive oil is a surefire way to combat any dryness as well.

③ Acne-Prone Complexion
Try a mixture of 1/8 cup of witch hazel (you can get this at Walmart or health stores), 1/4 cup of water, and one teaspoon of aloe vera gel. Witch hazel has been used for centuries to aid troubled skin, and since acne is often accompanied by irritation, a bit of aloe vera gel will help to soothe that irritation and redness.

    Note: Due to high demand for this item, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery


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