Advertorial: They’re the newest innovation in skin care!
Move over clay masks - there’s a new mask that’s about to take over. The tissue mask hails from the innovative beauty country of South Korea and is the quick and easy solution to quickly replenish moisture in dehydrated skin. Here are five things you should know about this exciting innovation in face masks.
#1 / They’re incredibly hydrating
A tissue mask is enriched with active ingredients to enhance skin’s hydration levels and address signs of ageing. New Garnier Hydra Bomb Tissue Masks are infused with active ingredients and hyaluronic acid, which intensely rehydrates skin. One mask equals 24 hours of lasting hydration in just 15 minutes!
#2 / They can nourish the skin
Besides hydrating, tissue masks are loaded with other ingredients to nourish the skin. Take the Garnier Hydra Bomb range for example. The Rejuvenating Tissue Mask contains pomegranate extract to boost skin’s radiance, the Rebalancing Tissue Mask is enriched with green tea extract to mattify and purify, and the Soothing Tissue Mask contains chamomile extract to sooth and comfort skin.
#3 / They won’t slide off your face
Garnier Hydra Bomb Tissue Masks are made with 100 per cent natural cellulose fibre tissue which is much thinner than a regular cloth mask. This means they’re lighter and won’t slide off your face, even when sitting or standing upright.
#4 / They can target different skin types
Just like other skincare products such as cleansers and moisturisers, tissue masks come in different formulas to address various skin concerns. In the Garnier Hydra Bomb range, the Pomegranate Rejuvenating Mask is suited for normal to dehydrated skin, the Green Tea Rebalancing Mask is great for normal to combination skin, and the Chamomile Soothing Mask is best for dry or sensitive skin.
#5 / They’re easy to use
Simply unfold the mask, carefully apply the white tissue to cleansed skin, remove the blue protective film and leave for 15 minutes while you sit back and relax! To remove, slowly peel off from the edges. Gently massage any excess formula into the skin or remove with a cotton pad.
Iantha is BEAUTYcrew's Beauty Editor, and has been part of the team since the site launched in 2016. Besides pinky-nude nail polish and wispy false lashes, she has a healthy obsession with face masks and skin care ingredients. Her previous work can be found in Virgin Australia Voyeur, Women's Health, and SHOP Til You Drop.