We love a good face mask. They're the ultimate way to pamper yourself on the regular and leave your face looking amazing- but it doesn't have to end at your neck. A good face mask can be used on just about any part of your body with the same impressive results. Here we break down how we like to full body mask.
Turn Back the Hands of Time
You can always tell a person's true age by their hands. Years of sun exposure and general daily use can wreak havoc on hands. We suggest adding a weekly hand mask to your self care routine. Use a mask that helps reduce dark spots and even pigmentation like Alder New York's Brightening Face Mask or masks that help reduce fine lines and wrinkles like Alder New York's Smoothing Face Mask.
Don't Forget Your Backend
While most of us don't have our butts on display too often, a mask for your rear end can make the occasional mooning a glorious sight. Our butts undergo an unusual combination of heat, sweat, rubbing, and a general lack of fresh air that can leave our rear ends with a range of skincare issues including dry skin, acne, rashes, and stretch marks. Use a Clarifying Face Mask for acne and blemish issues, a Brightening Face Mask for calming and reducing uneven pigmentation, or a Smoothing Face Mask to give your backside a little plumping.
Foot Fetish Worthy Feet
While we recommend getting a regular pedicure to keep your toes in check, we also think a foot mask is well worth the pampering. Feet fall into a few categories- pale and pasty from never seeing the light of day, haggard and worn from a life of hard work, to leathery and sun spotted from wearing sandals. Just like with your face, pick a mask that will treat your feet needs.
Spot Treatments All Around
The most important think to remember about full body masking is that there aren't any one size fits all rules. Feel free to spot treat that pimple that's on your back, the bit of dry skin on your chest, or the stretch marks on your hips. Feel good about giving your body the attention you do to your face and embrace full body masking.