FAQ: Arctic Breeze Rescue Mask
I'm experiencing a breakout. Should I use the Arctic Breeze Rescue Mask or the Hot Stone Facial Mask?
The Hot Stone Facial Mask is a better fit for blemishes, oily pores and spots, while the Arctic Breeze is great for an instant calming treatment for troubled skin. If you aren't sure, try the Arctic Breeze Rescue Mask first to soothe stressed out skin and then follow up later in the week with the Hot Stone Facial Mask to further target blemishes.
If I am allergic to peppermint, can I use this?
This formula uses potent organic peppermint oil and water from Australia, so we suggest those with allergies to peppermint to choose another mask in our range. The Japanese Cherry Blossom & White Tea Smoothing Mask is a softer formula that still delivers amazing results.
How often should I use this mask?
While our masks are suitable for every day use, we recommend starting off 2 to 3 times a week. The Arctic Breeze Rescue Mask is fantastic for travel as it works wonders on tired, after-sun or jet lagged skin.
Read more on our blog: How Often Should You Sheet Mask?
Is this product safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women?
Any Sheet Masking Tips and Tricks?
Place in fridge beforehand to make it EVEN colder (ie. after a hot day at the beach). Use a Rose Quartz Facial Roller or Snowy Jade Facial Roller on top of the sheet mask to speed up absorption time and amplify benefits. This formula is designed to provide instant, fast acting relief, with visible results with just one use.