Korean-Inspired Easy DIY Gel Sheet Mask to Pamper Your Skin

Korean-Inspired Easy DIY Gel Sheet Mask to Pamper Your Skin this Weekend

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Published: Aug 24, 2016 | Last Updated: May 10, 2019

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Korean-inspired beauty continue to take US markets by storm! After the uber successful introduction wide consumer acceptance of the Blemish Balm (BB) creams, now comes more skincare and cosmetics products from Korea. Presently, it is the gel sheet face masks that are capturing the attention of many, and already has developed a still-growing cult following.

How to DIY Your Gel Sheet Mask?

The market is suddenly flooded with the latest amazing thing that’s ever happened to skin — gel sheet face masks! Sure facial masks have been around for some time but, never before has its use sounded as rationale and its components as mindfully kept together as now.

There’s no question, a gel sheet mask gives your skin a much needed deep treatment from time-to-time. With the wide availability of options today, you can literally pick up a face mask the practically challenges any of your peculiar skin issues to a duel. Of course, your face mask wins every time.

With a little bit of know-how and imagination, however, who needs a face mask that can easily go from US$ 3 to US$ 30 per single use pack? Plus, you’d be getting your mask ingredients fresh and unadulterated every time. Here are three masks you can try:

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1. Green tea skin revitalizing mask. Place hot water in a bowl or basin. Teep and soak two or three green tea bags. Hot water will help sanitize your solution so that in case there are impurities in your tea bags, your skin won’t get irritated. Wait for a few minutes until the solution is lukewarm before soaking in quartered rice paper.

In the meantime, cleanse and tone your face then pat dry. Apply an essence or anti-aging serum on your face. Massage in. Take the soaked rice paper and place over your face. Leave on for 15 minutes before peeling off.

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2. Honey and Milk purifying mask. Mix honey and milk on a 1:1 ratio. Blend the ingredients well before soaking in rice paper. After about 5 minutes of soaking, take the pieces and place these on your face one by one. Leave on for at least 15 minutes before peeling off. Clean your skin’s surface using cotton soaked in lukewarm water.

3. Lemon and Aloe Vera Regenerating Mask. When your skin needs support in regaining its youthful look, this is the mask for you. Place half a cup of lukewarm water into a bowl. Squeeze in the juice of one medium-sized lemon. Drop in the fresh sap of three aloe vera leaves. Mix and blend the ingredients well. Take your rice paper then soak it in for at least 5 minutes. Place the rice sheets all over your face. Peel off after 15 minutes.

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Conclusion

There is no excuse to wearing less than energized, beautiful skin these days —everything is literally at your fingertips. With these three facial mask ideas, you now have a weapon to use in beating aging out of your skin.

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