Skincare - Masks




Masking once or twice a week is a complementary step that boosts your skincare routine through the use of targeted active ingredients, adapting it to your current skin concerns.

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The super-moisturising mask

Ideal after sun exposure or during periods of extreme cold, the Dr Barbara Sturm Face Mask is the iconic "facial at home" treatment that moisturises and repairs damaged skin.

The cult mask with Manuka Honey

Enjoy the benefits of Manuka Honey in the iconic Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask, with a light scent of vanilla mandarin...


Why use a face mask?

Introducing a face mask into your beauty routine is an excellent supplement to pamper your skin, whatever its type. Whether you simply want to moisturise, give your skin a quick glow or purify it, a face mask is an ultra-targeted essential to answer your current problem. While the moisturising mask in particular is well known, there are now a multitude of face masks with clean, cutting-edge formulas capable of solving several skin problems at once. Looking for radiance, soothing, purification or a boost for visibly younger skin? Our selection is very wide and answers all your concerns. In fact, don't hesitate to take a look at our 5 favourite masks!

What type of face mask should I choose?

The choice of your face mask will obviously depend on your concerns but also on your skin type and its degree of sensitivity. Do you have no particular problems or on the contrary, your skin is dehydrated? There's nothing better than a hydrating face mask, an essential in your bathroom! The Nuori moisturising mask won for us... As a general rule, we recommend those with hyaluronic acid, the most formidable active ingredient because it is capable of retaining 1000 times its weight in water. For skin prone to imperfections, ingredients such as tea tree, charcoal, sulphur or mint extracts should be preferred, as they reduce imperfections while boosting tissue repair to avoid post-blemish marks. For mature skin, antioxidants, peptides or hyaluronic acid will be your allies to give the skin a boost, while filling in wrinkles and fading any pigmentation spots. If you simply want to give your skin a little more radiance, opt for exfoliating masks based on fruit acids, enzymes or glycolic acid.

Redness mask and sensitive skin: how to choose?

When you have sensitive skin, it is essential to choose your face mask according to your degree of sensitivity. Indeed, for skin that is prone to overheating or irritation leading irreparably to redness, it is preferable to choose a soothing mask that is neither too strong nor too stimulating. Honey, calendula or arnica are some of the ingredients to look for in a redness mask. But don't worry: having sensitive skin and redness doesn't mean you can't deal with your other beauty issues. A dull complexion that you want to revitalise? Go for gentle exfoliating masks like the Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask. Blemishes and blackheads? Opt for a purifying redness-sensitive skin mask with manuka, an antibacterial, antiseptic and super moisturising ingredient! You will find this star ingredient in Antipodes' Aura Manuka mask.

How often should I use a face mask?

Ideally, we advise you to apply your face mask once or twice a week. For some sensitive skin masks, such as the Susanne Kaufmann Soothing Mask, you can even leave your mask on overnight. However, don't forget the essential steps before applying your mask. A cleansed and exfoliated skin will react better to the active ingredients in your mask. Would you like some recommendations? Don't hesitate to check out our Face Mask shopping guide for more information. So get your masks, get ready, moisturise!