January sees the launch of the Moisture Surge Overnight Mask from skincare brand Clinique. The new product provides an extra boost of hydration through a penetrating formula that replenishes skin with soothing and nourishing moisture that strengthens its ability to lock in moisture.
Face the day with morning dew. Recommended for all skin types, it soothes and nourishes to help skin stay hydrated all night long, allowing you to wake up to soft, dewy, glowing skin. To use you simply go about your night routine as normal - night cream, eye cream etc then as a finishing touch you slick on a thin layer of the Moisture Surge Overnight Mask allow to settle into the skin
The rich no-rinse cream includes activated water aloe barbadensis leaf water, murumuru seed butter, shea butter and caffeine.
Skin depends on water for its youthful functioning. But all day long, skin loses vital moisture. And the busier you are, the more it loses. Moreover, with the cold nights a seemingly permanent feature in the UK you may feel that your skin is urging you to give it a little more attention and moisture.
Face masks are a common part of a beauty regimen and can easily be made at home from natural products. Common ingredients can include avocado, honey, essential oils, yogurt, mud, clay, banana, lemon, orange, papaya, mango and more.
As an example, squeeze half a lemon and mix the juice with one beaten egg white. Apply on your face and leave for overnight. Wash your face with warm water. Cleopatra was known for covering her face in egg whites and leaving it to dry overnight.
From ten-minute miracle to overnight success, face masks can address the issues of your skin. Learn the HOW TOs by enrolling into a beauty therapy course London! If you’re a manicure addict too, then make sure to check nail courses.
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