A clear complexion ensures well-being, after all annoying pimples and blackheads only disturb. When it comes to skin cleansing, there are numerous methods that are intended to help achieve a radiant and pure complexion. Peel-off masks are also part of this and are intended to prevent impure skin by regularly removing excess sebum and dirt from the skin. Learn how to properly use a peel-off mask and how to make your own DIY masks here.
Peel-off masks have a gel-like consistency that slowly dries on the skin after application to the face. When removing the mask, blackheads, loose skin, dirt and sebum should stick to it and be removed in this way. With regular use, you can prevent blemishes such as pimples and blackheads. Peel-off masks are particularly suitable for impure and combination skin. Masks against blackheads with black activated carbon are often also known as black head masks. How to make a mask with activated carbon yourself, read below.
If you prefer to use a vegan mask without animal gelatine, which contains bones, cartilage and connective tissue from cattle and pigs, you can use vegetable agar agar. These are carbohydrates that are found in the cell walls of blue and red algae. Agar agar is obtained from sun-dried algae, then dried and processed into powder. Most drugstores, health food stores and health food stores have the vegetable gelling agent in their range.
Crush the tablets with a mortar and boil water at the same time. Then mix the charcoal powder with the hot water and the gelatine or the vegetable binder until no more lumps can be seen. For the optimal consistency of the mask, you can heat the mixture in the microwave for about 30 seconds at 800 watts until it thickens slightly. The exact duration depends on the individual performance of your microwave. After heating, the paste must cool down briefly before it can be applied.
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