Types of Facial Masks We Offer to Rejuvenate Your Skin

Skin Rejuvenation Masks

Face masks are thought to be an effective way of delivering an intense level of therapeutic and nourishing skin care ingredients. These ingredients can usually be administered in a highly concentrated form using face masks. Your cosmetic surgeon or treatment provider will cover your face with the chosen formula for a pre-set time. This is usually for 10 or 20 minutes. The ingredients get to penetrate to the deeper layers and work from within.

Face masks offer temporary benefits unlike invasive cosmetic surgery procedures. This means your plastic surgeon may recommend other skin care products to make the results last longer. It can be risky to have this procedure done without a medical professional. Potential risks include irritation, redness, dryness, and breakouts.

At the time of your initial consultation, your skin care expert will evaluate your skin condition and recommend the appropriate type of face mask treatment. Board certified plastic surgeons at the Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery (ACPS) provide face mask treatments to patients in Houston, Texas, TX, and surrounding communities.

Mud Masks

Mud masks are ideal for all skin types. It is recommended for people looking for a deep cleanse who do not want to undergo invasive plastic surgery procedures. There are different mud formulas that can be mixed with fruit and acid extracts in this mask.

Clay Masks

Clay masks are highly rich in a mineral which makes them great for skin revitalization. Bentonite and kaolin are two popular ingredients in clay masks. They absorb excess oil and are recommended for acne-prone and oily skin. People with dry skin should look for other masks, since this one can be drying.

Cream or Gel masks

Cream masks can have added hyaluronic acid to provide a healthy dose of hydration to dry skin. Masks can come in gel from as well. These mainly include aloe and cucumber to calm and soothe the skin. Gel masks are ideally suited for sensitive skin types.

Exfoliating Masks

Lactic acid and glycolic acid are popular chemical exfoliates. They are commonly used in exfoliating face masks and are mild in nature. They work to remove dead cells from the topmost layer of the skin. You are left with smoother and brighter looking skin.

Enzyme Masks

These masks contain fruit enzymes from papaya, pineapple, or other fruits. They are a salient way to exfoliate if you want something non-irritating.

Peel-off Masks

These masks have a rubber-like texture and are easy to remove. They are perfect for people that don’t like guck on their face. Peel-off masks come for all skin types and concerns. Some may even include exfoliates, such as salicylic acid to combat acne.


Face sheets were first made popular in Korea. Sheet masks contain ceramides, moisturizing hyaluronic acid and other ingredients to restore the skin. They are a great option for people with inflamed skin, dry skin, and fine lines.

Overnight Masks

Sleep masks or overnight masks pack a potent hydrating punch with ingredients like turmeric, AHAs, and Shea butter. Cosmetic surgeons at ACPS receive patients from Houston, Texas, TX, and nearby areas for face mask skin rejuvenation procedures.

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For more information about The Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery (ACPS) physicians and the cosmetic surgery treatments and procedures they perform please click here or call us at 713.799.9999. We have offices in and around Houston, Texas.
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