Now-a-days masking became one of the most fun skin care trends. Sheet masks can be considered as the healthiest cheats for our skin. These are the full package of nutritions and serums. Store bought sheet masks are definitely good but what can beat a home made product. So this time here I come up with 5 DIY sheet masks in coming 5 days, starting from tomorrow. These sheet masks are easy to make and gentle to wallets.



This entire series is dedicated to all skin types women, from sensitive, oily, combination to dry and dull skin people. Making your own sheet masks is something like a customised food for your skin and trust me, it is so easy to make. Plain enlarged cotton sheet masks are easy available. You can also buy compressed sheet masks. You can easily get it from Amazon. I have picked up from a Miniso store.

Hope you will going to enjoy this series!



1. What is Sheet Masks?

Sheet masks are face shaped sheet fabrics which are soaked in serums or solutions. These masks are made up of different materials like, fibres, papers or gel types. Generally sheet masks can be used once and discard it.

2. How to use a Sheet Mask?

Sheet mask application is pretty easy and hassle free. When you are putting your sheet mask on, start from your forehead and gradually work your way down your face. The carefully place the holes over your eyes and lay the mask on your face, over the mouth and down to your chin.

3. How does Sheet Mask work?

Sheet masks are soaked in serums which are enriched in several vitamins and other concentrated beneficial ingredients. Over the course of 15 to 20 minutes, all the ingredients that are infused in the masks work deeply into the skin to make it hydrated, nourished and glowing.

4. What are the benefits of using Sheet Masks?

The best benefit of using sheet masks is boosting moisture and hydration to the skin which helps to get healthy and radiant skin.

5. How often should I use it?

Sheet masks can be used 4 to 5 times in a week according to your skin need.

6. How to prepare skin for Sheet Masks and how to treat skin after Sheet Mask application?

Sheet masks are very easy to use. Firstly, clean up the entire face properly and apply toner. Applying a toner will prepare your pores for sheet masking. Then use sheet masks. After 15 to 20 minutes take it off. Make sure not to wash your face. If you are using homemade sheet masks then you can wash your face as these masks are infused with natural ingredients. But there are some ingredients which can also leave in. After removing sheet masks, use eye cream and moisturiser according to the skin type.




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