Masks are not entirely self-indulgent (although there's nothing wrong with that): the process gives the emollients, botanical extracts, minerals, nutrients and other ingredients in the mixtures time to fully treat your skin. The morning and evening routines are important, of course, but sometimes it takes a little extra time to achieve the full benefit of a skin care system. With nearly 40 years of experience in the demanding world of beauty spas, Thibiant Beverly Hills has produced a series of masks you can use at home.
Just say the word, "spa" and immediately the image that comes to mind is that of a relaxing facial mask. There's more to the spa experience, of course, but the reason that masks seem so important is because they are so effective. Some things just take time, and skin care is one of them. A daily regimen of cleansing, moisturizing and toning is very important – don’t skip them! – but a great deal of benefit can be achieved by giving the healing, soothing and rejuvenating ingredients in a facial mask the time to fully work with your skin tissues. You don't even need to take a full day, or spend spa rates, to achieve the benefits of professional masks. Not when you can indulge in the Thibiant Beverly Hills Masks. And who is better qualified to formulate these at-home masks? For nearly 40 years, they have been serving the most demanding clientele – now they make their masks available to you.
Masks can be formulated to address specific skin care issues – detoxifying, exfoliation, firming – or they can provide over-all care. Each mask formula provides a specific compound of oils, botanical extracts, nutrients, vitamins, trace minerals, amino acids and other active ingredients that have been selected to impart their benefits. The key to the process of facial masks is time, giving these formulas long enough to work with the skin tissues to help moisturize, balance and rejuvenate. Just twice or three times a week, incorporate these at-home masks into a larger system of skin care, in support of your daily regimen.