> Collagen mask: Collagen is the ingredient in skin that keeps us looking youthful. It holds up the skin cells so skin looks plump and healthy.
The loss of collagen is one of the signs of ageing.
Therefore, collagen masks usually have anti-ageing purposes. Collagen masks may be in the form of cream or sheets.
> Gel mask: A gel mask is similar to a peel-off mask. Liquid gel is applied to the skin and allowed to set. It could also be used with with a sheet. A sheet is applied to the face and the gel is applied onto the sheet. Upon contact, the gel will liquify and then set into a jellylike consistency. It is either peeled off (when used with a sheet) or washed off.
This type of mask is soothing and suitable for use to calm sunburnt skin.
> Mud mask: This is sometimes called a clay mask. This mask can dry up skin, so it’s suitable for people with oily or combination skin. A mud or clay is put on skin and left on for a specified time. After that, it is washed off with water.
It will help to absorb excess impurities and grease that is on the skin, close up open pores, remove shininess and clear up blemishes.