Are you in doubt about the Dead Sea mud mask’s efficacy? You are probably using it the wrong way.
Are you currently using a Dead Sea mud mask but disappointed with no or little result? There are several reasons why there are skincare products that do not provide fast results. Two of these are;
- You are using the wrong skincare product for your skin type.
- You are using the product the wrong way.
There are several types of Dead Sea mud masks; each has properties appropriate for a particular skin type. In this guide, you will be able to choose the right Dead Sea mud mask for you.
- If you have oily skin, you should choose a Dead Sea mud mask with deep cleansing properties to unclog open pores and remove excess sebum seated deep within the pores.
- If you have dry skin, choose a mud mask that promotes moisturizing.
- If you have sensitive skin, you need to check what’s in the Dead mud mask that might trigger skin allergies or irritation.
- If your skin type is both dry and oily, you should choose a product that helps remove excess oils and can keep the skin moisturized.
- If your skin is acne-prone, look for a Dead Sea mud mask that does detoxification and deep cleansing.
If you are using the right Dead Sea mud mask for your skin type but still not getting anything, compared to what was promised, you are probably using the mask the wrong way.
Even though there are no particular steps that make the mud mask application perfect, there are some steps you probably miss doing, resulting in less to no healthy results.
Check these steps on how to use the Dead Sea mud mask efficiently:
#1: Wash your face
It is vital to clean your face thoroughly with your current facial cleanser before applying the mud mask to your face. And then, open the pores using a warm cloth for at least 30 seconds to a minute.
#2: Do not forget to moisturize the skin around your eyes
The skin around your eyes is thinner and more delicate; so, make sure to moisturize those parts to avoid skin irritation around those areas when applying the mud mask.
#3: Apply the Dead Sea mud mask
By using an applicator, start applying the Dead Sea mud mask to your skin. Make sure to apply it in a thin layer. Apply in a circular motion to avoid missing some spots. Also, try to be careful around your eyes and try not to get the mud to your hair.
#4: Let it dry naturally
After the application, let the Dead Sea mud mask dry naturally at around 10 – 15 minutes or as instructed. If drying up the mud mask has taken too long, you probably have applied the mask too thick. If it happens, best to let it dry naturally.
If your skin feels itchy or strong burning sensation, you should remove the mud mask right away; it could be a sign that the Dead Sea mud mask contains ingredients that trigger skin allergies.
#5: Rinse off the mud mask thoroughly
By using warm water, rinse the Dead Sea mud mask off your skin. And then, dry pat your face with a clean cloth or towel. Finally, apply a moisturizer to your skin to lessen that tingly sensation from applying the mud mask. Also, applying moisturizer after the mud mask will provide better results.