Sheet Face Masks Industry

24 Jun 19
City Women & co

June 24, 2019 at 06:00AM by CWC With the swirl of new CBD products coming onto the market every day, it’s next to impossible to know which products are worth a spin and which are better left alone. So, we asked Varuni Palacios, the Head of Growth and resident beauty expert for Miss Grass, an […]

24 Jun 19
Latest Market Reports has recently announced the addition of a market study “Alginic Acid Market Analysis by Growth, Size (Value & Volume), Trends 2027”. Seaweeds are classified into brown, red and green based on its pigmentation. Alginic acid is also known as alginate is hydrophilic colloidal polysaccharide obtained from the brown seaweed. It is a naturally occurring […]

22 Jun 19
Pins & Weedles

Face masks are all the rage right now. Ever since K-beauty has come to North America, our attraction and envy of the smooth, porcelain skin portrayed all over Asia has injected billions of dollars into the industry. It’s no surprise, then, that there seem to be as many different kinds of sheet masks as there […]

21 Jun 19

7 beauty industry vets and influencers share their best travel beauty hacks for the summer and beyond Over the years, I’ve become a professional procrastinator when it comes to packing. It’s not that I like being unprepared for a trip (does anyone, really?); packing just gives me so much anxiety that I throw in the…

20 Jun 19

solgirl. Sounds a little like an insult: an extension of the glass jaw. Or maybe a cocktail, if you were in that kind of thing. But if you've jumped to a certain corner of Instagram lately, you'd know, it's a beauty term; a trend that describes a glowing, smooth, porosity-free complexion – one that is […]

20 Jun 19
Prole Jazz

Words are vehicles of great power, and their engines lie at the very depths of us. Our subconscious is a tapestry of dreams, and poets the primary translators of this arcane territory. In this new PROLE JAZZ feature journo-cad & surrealist fashionista Oliver Porpoise Firefly sought out some of the finest poets of Sheffield and […]

18 Jun 19
The rollers are also available made of rose quartz, like this beauty (Picture: Getty) Skincare is having a huge moment, with skinfluencers making their way onto our timelines, and people buying mini fridges to keep their toner waters in. One thing that has jumped onto the scene in recent years are jade rollers, with every YouTuber and Instagrammer showing hauls and flat lays featuring the pretty device. They’re certainly nothing new, however, and many proponents of the rollers claim they’ve been used for thousands of years as far back as ancient China. Most rollers come with two sides, one slightly smaller than the other, for different parts of the face. Although they’re commonly known as jade rollers, they can also be made from other stones like rose quartz, amethyst, and obsidian. Some people keep theirs in the fridge, and swear by them as part of their daily beauty routine. But what are the pros and cons, and how do you get started with them? What do jade rollers do? As of yet, there have been no studies showing definitive benefits of jade rolling. However, those who swear by them claim that they help with lymphatic drainage, and reduce dark circles and puffiness. Others simply use them for the soothing effect of the facial massage, and to help their serums and creams feels properly rubbed in. Even if it doesn’t work, it sure is relaxing (Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto) The act of rolling the face is purported to release tension in the face, easing wrinkles and improving collagen production, which makes for tighter and brighter skin. It’s not the case that this will work the same for everybody, so it’s a case of trial and error. It’s certainly the bandwagon to jump on right now, though. Where microneedling uses a roller to create tiny pricks in the skin and allow absorption of product, this is a gentler way to get started with facial massage at home. How to use a jade roller? A jade roller should be used on a clean face so impurities won’t be pushed back into the skin. After cleansing, apply your serum or oil, and get to work with your roller (you can keep it in the fridge for an extra cooling sensation). Starting from the right side, roll from the chin to the bottom of the ear, repeating five to ten times, Do the same on the left side, before going to your forehead and rolling upwards from the eyebrows. [metro-zone-post-strip] You can also use the smaller side on your neck and throat, or gently push under the eyes to relieve tension. The roller can also be used after a sheet mask, to help all those ingredients penetrate the skin. Which jade roller should you buy? There are myriad rollers on the market right now, with prices varying wildly from a couple of pounds to hundreds. This White Lotus version is £36.99 and made from jewellery grade jade, and has great reviews on Cult Beauty. Alternatively, if you’d like to dip your toe into rollers without breaking the bank, Amazon sells cheaper ones so you can see whether it’s for you. [metro-link url=”” title=”Man’s slut-shaming comment about woman’s LinkedIn headshot sparks fury over male entitlement”] [metro-link url=”” title=”Sex doll maker creates replicas of dead partners to combat loneliness: ‘I’m providing comfort’”]
16 Jun 19

Introduction For this project I have a strong idea of the context already at an early date but still am unaware of how I want the final outcome to be. I will be looking into alternative options and exploring a range of techniques and final outcomes also in case an issue arises causing me to […]

14 Jun 19

This was my third visit to China Beauty Expo, the biggest C&T trade fair in mainland China, and every year the show becomes more manageable. Don’t get me wrong, it is still huge: in 2019 there were more than 3,500 exhibitors, 27 exhibition halls and 50 VIP halls (mostly tents) on a quare footage of […]

14 Jun 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

Let’s bust a couple of myths about DIY face masks right now: 1) They’re not just a frivolous activity for teenagers to do at sleepovers, and 2) they’re not reserved for crunchy granola hippie-dippie types who are terrified of “real” skincare. The truth about making your own skin products out of simple, whole-food ingredients from your kitchen is […]

14 Jun 19
Luxury with a History of Love

Let’s bust a couple of myths about DIY face masks right now: 1) They’re not just a frivolous activity for teenagers to do at sleepovers, and 2) they’re not reserved for crunchy granola hippie-dippie types who are terrified of “real” skincare. The truth about making your own skin products out of simple, whole-food ingredients from your kitchen is […]

13 Jun 19
GDI Insurance

Silica Exposure More Than Just Breathing Dust About 2 million construction workers exposed to respirable crystalline silica in over 600,000 workplaces. OSHA estimates that more than 840,000 of these workers are exposed to silica levels that exceed the new permissible exposure limit (PEL). Exposure to respirable crystalline silica can cause kidney disease, silicosis, lung cancer […]

11 Jun 19
John Menadue - Pearls and Irritations

Donald Trump visited Tokyo for four days (25-28 May) intending to cement his “unshakable bond” with Shinzo Abe. Instead, the visit showcased why their unlikely bromance is headed for trouble.

11 Jun 19
twindly beauty blog

What?! Isn’t cotton a good alternative to plastic? Even biodegradable? – Totally true. The truth might be in the numbers, though. I know that my bathroom bin is full to bursting after one week of cotton rounds, Kleenex, and q-tips. I’ll show you some good single-use cotton alternatives that are environment-friendly!