Professional masks contain high quality ingredients that work together to benefit your skin. They also come in different forms (clay, cream, etc.) and can tackle more skin concerns than sheet masks do.
Highly trained and licensed estheticians don't use mass market sheet masks because there are professional products that will tackle their clients' concerns more effectively. Here are some of their favorite sheet mask alternatives:
Collagen Rehab: An ingenious fusion of collagen-supporting amino acids, softening mango and moisture-builders that rehabilitates aging, lined and exhausted skin.
Radiance Rescue: A white truffle, caffeine + murumuru butter creme face and eye mask that's a stimulating, instant-radiance treatment to rescue skin worn down by age, stress and lifestyle.
Kerafole: A deep purging facial mask that purges pores and reveals fresh, radiant skin with natural exfoliators.
Restorative Clay: A pore-refining facial mask to vacuum up oil and improve texture with active natural clay.
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