Applying masks is a beauty ritual that has been around for thousands of
years. Ancient Egyptians were the first to discover the benefits of
slathering their skin in mineral-rich mud and clay. Soothing milk masks
were a favorite indulgence of Europeans during the Renaissance.
Today's versions of the beauty mask are enhanced with antioxidant
properties, exfoliating compounds, firming proteins, and better
moisture-retention capabilities. Masks are not just used for your face.
There's a mask for every part of the body. On your face, hands, and
feet, they can soothe, soften, deep-clean, absorb oil, and tighten
pores. For your hair, they'll restore shine and manageability and
penetrate the hair shaft to deliver intense hydration.
Go ahead, test the latest in masks from head to toe and discovered not
only a way to get the extra conditioning your hair and skin need but
some extra relaxation time that is long overdue.
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