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Hydrating Mask

However not all hydrating masks are suitable for everyone. If you have oily skin and/or acne, stay away hydrating masks that use mineral oil, which can clog your pores, causing more inflammation and even rashes.

But many good hydrating masks are in fact suitable for all skin types. Look for one that is based on natural plant oils like avocado or macadamia oil, as these oils won’t make your skin oily, but moisturize and nourish it.

Avocado oil, for example, is rich in vitamins A, D and E, lecithin, beta-carotene, potassium and many essential proteins. It is also a great source of unsaturated fatty acids

Avocado oil also has some special skin benefits. It is high in sterolins, which have been shown to reduce age spots. For this reason, avocado oil is very effective if you have dry skin, or if your skin is damaged by the sun, plus it has also been shown to help with the dryness and itching of psoriasis and eczema.

A hydrating mask shouldn’t just deeply moisturize your skin, it must be able to nourish your skin at the same time, and if you have aging skin: it will need to help your skin rejuvenate.

A mask that combines natural oils with Xtend TK and some natural vitamin E should be able to do just that. Throw in some allantoin and active Manuka honey and you’ll most likely be looking at a very good product – if the rest of the ingredients are natural, too.

Allantoin and active Manuka honey will gently enable your skin to regenerate. Allantoin can stimulate skin growth, and active Manuka honey great has anti-aging qualities to it! I can only recommend getting a product with all these ingredients, as they will surely help you get healthy beautiful skin in no time!