BAD SKIN MO­MENTS

They now come in new tex­tures – creamy, wa­tery, foamy – that don’t just re­move se­bum and im­pu­ri­ties, but also mois­turise skin.

Herworld (Singapore) - - NEWS - – LYNNETT YIP

Over­come them with the new ver­sion of Lan­come’s best-sell­ing Genique.

1. In­n­is­free Jeju Vol­canic Color Clay Mask, $13

Loaded with vol­canic ex­tracts from Jeju Is­land, this fourth-generation mask fea­tures seven coloured vari­ants in three tex­tures – Wa­tery Gel Clay, Cream Clay and Trans­form­ing Clay (a clay-to-foam tex­ture) – to re­move se­bum and ad­dress specic skin needs. For a clearer, brighter com­plex­ion, use once a week and leave on for ve to 10 min­utes be­fore rins­ing off.

2. Dior Hy­dra Life Pores Away Pink Clay Mask, $92

Air-whipped to a light­weight tex­ture, this gen­tle mask con­tains nat­u­ral pink clay to pu­rify and mat­tify skin in three min­utes. The pas­tel-pink mask also has jo­joba ex­tract to hy­drate your skin. Suit­able for use two to three times a week, it has an ad­dic­tive oral scent that smells like a holiday in a bot­tle.

3. Laneige Mini Pore Water­clay Mask, $38

This mois­tur­is­ing mask – which feels like very wet clay – is meant to pu­rify skin in eight min­utes. It gets rid of ex­cess oil with Shi­nan mud clay, while reg­u­lat­ing se­bum pro­duc­tion with pine-nee­dle ex­tract. It gives your skin a nice cool­ing sen­sa­tion as it also con­tains mint wa­ter, which is said to strengthen the skin bar­rier.

4. For­mula 10.0.6 Deep Down Detox Ul­tra-cleans­ing Mud Mask – Orange + Berg­amot, $13.90

Packed with ex­tracts of orange, berg­amot and sea salt, this creamy mask goes on smoothly (leave on for 10 to 15 min­utes) and washes off to re­veal clear, hy­drated and ra­di­ant skin. Bonus: It has a pleas­ant cit­rus smell.

5. Nia Sun­day Detox Whipped Clay Peeloff Mask, $69

With white kaolin clay, bam­boo char­coal pow­der, and botan­i­cal ex­tracts and oils, this clay mousse dries into a mask you can peel off, draw­ing out dirt and grime for smoother, more ra­di­ant skin. Ap­ply an even layer once a week over dry, clean skin, avoid­ing the eye area. Leave it on for 10 to 15 min­utes be­fore peel­ing or wash­ing off. Suit­able for all skin types.

Her World Sept 2017 1 Resembling a light­weight cream, the mask with the Wa­tery Gel tex­ture spreads eas­ily over skin and dries more quickly than the other two for­mu­las. It comes in three vari­ants – Hy­drat­ing, Bright­en­ing and Vi­tal­iz­ing – to keep skin hy­drated, ra­di­ant and sup­ple. The Cream Clay mask has a thick cream con­sis­tency that takes more time to spread over your face. It has two vari­ants – Cica and Calm­ing – which are said to re­lieve skin ir­ri­ta­tion and strengthen the skin’s pro­tec­tive bar­rier. The Trans­form­ing Clay tex­ture feels thicker than the Wa­tery Clay. It can be used ei­ther as a wash-off mask or a face cleanser (it lath­ers upon con­tact with wa­ter) – and comes in two ver­sions: Rening, to smooth skin, and Pu­ri­fy­ing, to tackle con­gested, oily skin.

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