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Do-it-yourself face masks


Do you wish for clearer, healthier skin, enjoy a relaxing break and value good care? Then our do-it-yourself face masks are perfect for you. At a fantastic price you can do something good for your skin without expensive cosmetics, just with the right powder and a few simple ingredients.

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Face mask with matcha & orange oil organic 100g powder
€17,90 €22,90
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Natural powder for invigorating face masks to make yourself

Ingredients:

    • Premium organic matcha green tea powder from Japan
    • Organic orange oil from Mexico

Particularities:

    • Tested ingredients from organic farming
    • In-house organic factory in Berlin
    • High quality standard (HACCP certified)

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Face mask with matcha & green coffee organic 100g powder
€17,90 €22,90
Organic seal

Natural powder for invigorating face masks to make yourself

Ingredients:

    • Premium organic matcha green tea powder from Japan
    • Organic green ground coffee beans from Brazil

Particularities:

    • Tested ingredients from organic farming
    • In-house organic factory in Berlin
    • High quality standard (HACCP certified)

Matcha seal

What is a face mask?


A face mask is a cosmetic product that is applied to the skin of the face. It is used to cleanse, nourish, treat or pamper the skin.

Grüne Tee Gesichtsmaske mit Matcha Pulver auf dem Gesicht

How useful are face masks?


Nourishing face masks can be a useful addition to skin and anti-aging care . However, they should be used as part of a comprehensive facial regimen, as their effectiveness can vary from person to person. It is important to choose the right mask for your skin type, whether it is dry skin, oily skin or impure skin. Regular use of face masks can help to improve the complexion and achieve a well-groomed appearance.


Benefits of face masks


Face masks offer many skin care and cleansing benefits. They can thoroughly cleanse the skin, remove dead skin cells with their peeling effect and refine the pores. They also provide the skin with moisture and important nutrients, making it look brighter and healthier. Regular use of face masks can also help reduce blemishes like blackheads and acne. Additionally, they offer a relaxing and pampering experience that can help relieve stress. They are therefore a wonderful addition to facial care and skin care routines.


Who is a face mask suitable for?


A face mask is suitable for anyone who wants to improve their complexion and skin imperfections. It can help to cleanse, nourish and soothe the skin. Those with oily or impure skin can benefit from nourishing masks, while dry skin can benefit from moisturizing masks. Those with sensitive skin should look for face masks that are hypoallergenic. It is important to consider your own skin type and body and to check the ingredients in the mask to get the best results from the care.


Who buys face masks for facial skin care?


There are no accurate statistics on how many customers buy face masks in stores. The demand is particularly high among women, as they are an important part of skin care and the beauty ritual of many women. Face masks are offered in different variants and for different skin needs, which further increases their attractiveness for customers.

It should be noted that men are also showing increasing interest in face masks and their use has gained popularity in recent years. Skin care is just as important for men as it is for women. Whether it is oily, dry or sensitive skin, there are masks that are specially tailored to the needs of men's skin, depending on the skin type.


Which ingredients are recommended for dry and impure skin?


For dry and blemished skin, certain ingredients, if possible in organic quality, are particularly recommended:

  • Aloe Vera: soothes and moisturizes the skin.

  • Tea Tree Oil: has anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Chamomile: has a calming and anti-inflammatory effect.

  • Vitamin E: protects against free radicals and nourishes the skin.

  • Green tea: antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Matcha Grüntee Pulver auf dem Tisch

Is matcha also suitable for a face mask?


Matcha is ideal for facial care. A homemade matcha face mask can be a beneficial and natural addition to skincare . Green tea, especially matcha, is an excellent choice for dry and blemished skin.

Matcha, a special green tea , is rich in antioxidants and has many benefits for the skin. Antioxidants prevent premature skin aging and protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals, UV light and similar influences. For example, matcha can help revitalize skin, reduce blemishes and promote a glowing complexion. Matcha powder also has anti-inflammatory properties and can help soothe and regenerate the skin.


Different types of face masks


There are different types of face masks, each with different purposes and benefits:

  1. Moisturizing Face Masks: These masks are designed to moisturize the skin and fight dryness. They contain ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, glycerin or aloe vera.

  2. Clarifying face masks: These care masks are particularly suitable for oily skin or skin prone to impurities. They often contain ingredients like salicylic acid, clay or activated charcoal to remove excess sebum and clear pores.

  3. Anti-Aging Face Masks : These cosmetic masks aim to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and tighten the skin. Active ingredients such as collagen, peptides or retinol are often contained in such masks.

  4. Soothing Face Masks: These face masks are ideal for sensitive or irritated skin. Ingredients such as chamomile, oatmeal or allantoin have a calming effect and relieve redness or irritation.

  5. Brightening face masks: These masks aim to improve skin texture and brighten the complexion. Substances such as vitamin C, niacinamide or fruit acids are often used in such masks.


Which face mask is the best for pimples?


There are different types of masks that can help treat pimples. One of the most effective options is a face mask with ingredients like salicylic acid, bentonite clay, or tea tree oil. These ingredients are anti-inflammatory, clarifying and reducing excess sebum. It is important to use the mask regularly and according to the directions for best results. It is also advisable to follow a thorough facial cleansing in everyday life and to pay attention to a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle in order to reduce pimples and acne in the long term.


Exfoliation for oily skin or acne


An effective way to remove excess oil and dead skin cells is to use exfoliation and face masks. Exfoliants for oily skin or acne often contain ingredients that can penetrate deep into the pores and remove dead skin cells. However, these scrubs should be used carefully to avoid irritation.

A gentle massage applied to a damp face in circular motions can help remove excess oil and deeply cleanse the skin. Therefore, they are a gentle way to clarify the skin and fight impurities.

In order not to irritate the skin, peelings should not be used too often. Once or twice a week is enough to reap the benefits.

A light moisturizer should be applied after the facial scrub to soothe and hydrate the skin.


Make your own face mask very easily

Gesichtsmaske zum selber machen mit Pulver Öl und Joghurt

A face mask with matcha green tea powder can have a refreshing and invigorating effect on the skin. Here are some simple tips for making such a DIY organic tea mask:

1. Matcha powder and honey: Mix a teaspoon pointof green tea powder with a teaspoon of honey. Apply the mixture evenly to cleansed face and leave on for about 15-20 minutes before rinsing off with warm water.

2. Matcha powder and yoghurt (or quark): Mix one teaspoon of green tea powder with two teaspoons of natural yoghurt or soy yoghurt as a vegan version. Alternatively, you can also use quark. Apply the mixture to the face and leave it on for 15 minutes. Then rinse it off thoroughly.

3. Matcha Powder and Aloe Vera: Mix 1 teaspoon of green tea powder with 1 tablespoon of fresh aloe vera gel. Apply the mask to the face and leave it on for 20 minutes. Then rinse it off with lukewarm water.

4. Matcha Powder and Coconut Oil: Mix 1 teaspoon of green tea powder with 1 teaspoon of melted coconut oil. Spread the mixture gently on the face and leave it on for 15-20 minutes. Then wash it off with lukewarm water.

5. Matcha Powder and Oatmeal: Combine 1 teaspoon of green tea powder with 1 teaspoon of ground oats and 1 teaspoon of water to form a paste. Apply the mask to your face and leave it on for 10-15 minutes before rinsing it off.

The application usually requires a thorough treatment of the skin, followed by the even distribution of the mask and an exposure time. After the exposure time, the mask is rinsed off with water or removed with a cloth.

With DIY face masks, it's important to avoid allergic reactions and test the mask on a small patch of skin beforehand.


What do I have to consider with a care mask?


There are a few important points to consider when using a skin care mask:

  1. Skin Cleansing: Thoroughly cleanse your face before applying the mask to remove dirt, oil and makeup.

  2. Follow Instructions: Read and follow the directions on the box or in the manual. Pay attention to the recommended exposure time and frequency of application.

  3. Check allergies and sensitivities: Check ingredients to make sure you're not allergic or sensitive to them. Do a patch test by applying a small amount of the mask to an inconspicuous area of ​​your skin.

  4. Apply Evenly: Spread the mask evenly over your face to ensure all areas are covered.

  5. Avoid the eye and lip area: Avoid applying the mask to the delicate eye area and lips as this can cause irritation.

  6. Adhere to the exposure time: Leave the mask on for the recommended time. Prolonged exposure can cause dryness or irritation.

  7. Remove the mask: Rinse the mask off thoroughly with lukewarm water and gently pat your face dry. Follow with your usual moisturizer to condition the skin.

By paying attention to these points, you can get the most out of it and achieve optimal skin care.


How often should you do a face mask?


The frequency with which one should do a face mask depends on various factors. In general, it is recommended to use a face mask once or twice a week . This time frame allows the skin to regenerate and reap the benefits of the mask without overusing it. However, it is important to pay attention to the individual reactions of the skin. If the skin is sensitive or irritated, it is advisable to reduce the frequency of use.


Why Buy Natural Face Masks?


Natural face masks made from organic ingredients contain no harsh chemicals or synthetic ingredients that can potentially cause skin irritation or allergies. They are generally gentler on facial skin and are less likely to cause negative reactions.

They are often made from organically grown plant extracts, herbs and other natural ingredients. By purchasing, you support environmentally friendly practices and the sustainable cultivation of ingredients.

Natural face masks often contain high-quality ingredients rich in nutrients, antioxidants, and vitamins. These can help to nourish, revitalize and supply the skin with essential nutrients. Although natural face masks may not provide the same immediate nourishing benefits as some conventional products, they can still provide positive results for the skin.

Buying a natural face mask is a conscious choice for a healthier and more environmentally friendly skincare routine. It allows to pamper the skin with natural ingredients while minimizing the impact on the environment.

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