Mess-free masks

Updated: 2008-05-27 14:49

Beijing's ladies are no strangers to the healing properties of a facial, but regular spa visits can deplete the wallet. Those who turn to a DIY approach find that cloth facemasks are a great way to cleanse and moisturize one’s skin without coating the bathroom in gunk. Applying the moist cloth directly onto your face ensures that hydration is locked into the skin; in less than 30 minutes, when you peel it off and dispose of it, you can sit back and enjoy your fresh, glowing visage. Fiona Zhang

Fancl Moisture Lock Mask

(RMB 140/3pcs)

This preservative-free mask is recommended for dry, sensitive skin. The mask's ingredients penetrate deep into the skin, replenishing and locking in moisture. Besides the long-lasting hydration, this mask claims to improve your skin's texture and reduce fine lines.

H2O Caviar Mask

(RMB 450/6pcs)

The caviar concentrates in this mask seek to revive and rejuvenate tired, mature skin. The mask’s instant-lifting effect is a boost, and it helps to firm and diminish fine lines. Other benefits include protection against free radical damage.

Clinique Moisture Surge Facial Sheet Mask (RMB 360/6pcs)

Clinique’s Moisture Surge promises to rapidly hydrate skin and restore moisture balance levels thanks to the aloe-activated water within. The result is smoother skin, and a reduction in puffiness and dark circles under the eyes.


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