How To Remove Different Kinds of Face Masks
It should come as no surprise that we’re totally obsessed with face masks. From clay masks to gel masks to overnight masks, the options (and benefits) are pretty much endless. And while knowing how to apply face masks the right way can make or break a face-masking experience, knowing how to remove them can be just as important (especially when it comes to those hard-to-remove clay masks we all love to indulge in). Keep reading for our ultimate guide to removing different kinds of face masks.
How to Remove Eye Masks
Similar to sheet masks, eye masks generally consist of essence-soaked material that can be applied to the under-eye area for a specific amount of time, like the Patchology Mood Patch Eye Gels. Though not intended for everyday use, they offer a moisture “boost” to the under-eye area on sleepy mornings. To remove eye masks, simply peel back the material, and use your pinky or ring finger to dab in any leftover essence. Don't forget to apply an under-eye cream afterward to keep your skin from getting taut. Under-eye skin is much thinner than the rest of your face and very sensitive.