Facial Mask 101 And Which One is Right For You
The entire purpose of skincare is to build or preserve collagen. Retinols, organic skincare products, lasers, facials and just about everything you do is for increasing collagen.
It’s difficult to overestimate the importance of collagen when it comes to healthy skin. I personally like non-invasive procedures such as facials, a daily skincare routine and the additional things that I do in order to round up my routine.
This can include something as simple as sleep more, exercise to release stress, drink a green juice or one of my favorite activities, do a mask.
In the video below I give you some insights into mask, how to use them, what type is right for your skin and more.
Remember, collagen makes up about a quarter of your body’s total protein content, lending itself to skin, hair, bones, tendons and internal organs. In order to build collagen you need the proper nutrition and skincare regime.
Collagen adds structure to the skin, giving it elasticity and plumpness. While you can bolster your collagen intake with foods like water-rich veggies, fish and lean meats, you can also turn to a masks to keep your skin looking youthful.
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