Masks are used to cleanse the skin, absorb excess oil, remove dead skin cells, soften blackheads, heal damaged or blemished skin, stimulate the circulation in the skin and healthy cell regeneration, nourish, moisturise, hydrate and soothe your skin and improve skin colour, texture and tone - all depending on the ingredients used to make the mask. More than one type of mask may be applied to your face at the same time to treat different skin types or conditions which may occur on different parts of your face. For example, an oily and blocked T-zone would benefit from a clay mask, whereas the cheek area may be dry and sensitive and would benefit from a cream or gel mask. A mask is usually applied after the skin has been cleansed. If you are performing a facial - use after cleansing, exfoliating and steaming. Leave on for approximately 10 to 15 minutes before removing. Follow with a Fine Tuning Solution or Floral Water then apply a moisturiser. Use a mask once or twice weekly.