Cold is one of the main causes of dry skin. The good news? It can be combated thanks to treatments such as moisturizing facial masks that will restore nutrition and luminosity to your face.
The biggest winter skin problems are dehydration, chapped lips, irritation and redness, but luckily there is a solution for each of them. In cold climates it may seem that no product provides enough hydration to soothe our skin. No matter how many moisturizers, oils, and serums you apply each morning, your face is still plagued by dry patches and unwanted flakiness. This is where hydrating face masks come in.
Moisturizing facial masks are an answer for dehydrated and irritated skin that help soothe, nourish, fill in wrinkles and pamper the complexion thanks to active ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, squalene or niacinamide. From cellulose formats, cream or gel texture, these facial masks will save you from the freezing winter temperatures.
On sale at El Corte Inglés (72.00 euro)
Medik8's biocellulose face mask is rich in seaweed and low molecular weight hyaluronic acid (for deeper hydration). It's alcohol and fragrance free so it's ideal for all skin types (even sensitive skin).Buy Product
For sale in Douglas (78.99 euros)
This night face mask is an intense hydration treatment that works while you sleep. Uses Aurelia's signature probiotic ingredient with shea butter to protect and restore skin. The result? A morning with a soft, supple and hydrated complexion. Plus, it smooths out fine lines and wrinkles.Buy Product
For sale at Lookfantastic (23.95 euros)
This hydrating mask is a shot of freshness for dry, tired skin. It is enriched with Arctic spring water, Nordic birch water, blueberry extract and hyaluronic acid that hydrate and illuminate the complexion. In addition, it contains antioxidants that have an anti-aging effect. The gel texture of the face mask has an immediate calming and refreshing effect.Buy Product
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