How to get glowing skin in MINUTES: Celebrities including Alice Living and Binky Felstead swear by this £20 anti-ageing, plumping sheet mask
- Alice Living and Tamara Francesconi are among those seen in Skincycles Hydrating Bio-Cellulose Silk mask
- The skincare brand was set up by Alice Henshaw, practitioner and owner of one of the most in-demand practices in London, Harley Street Injectables
- The £20 sheet mask is infused with moisture-replenishing and skin plumping hyaluronic acid
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Celebrities, including Alice Living and Binky Felstead, have shared how a £20 sheet mask has transformed their dull and dehydrated skin.
The sell-out and award-winning Skincycles Hydrating Bio-Cellulose Silk mask is said to be the secret to firm, moisturised and luminous skin.
A splurge at £20 per mask, the effective skincare product has quickly become a hit among celebrities who’ve been sporting the mask on Instagram.
Personal trainer, blogger and author Alice Liveing, shared a snap of the masks claiming it ‘made such a difference’ to her skin since she incorporated them into her routine
Celebrities including Binky Felstead can’t get enough of the Skincycles Bio-Cellulose mask for hydrating their complexions
The brand claims that in only 20 minutes, skin will be left fresh, youthful and glowing, thanks to its skin-nourishing formula of hyaluronic acid, palmitoyl hexapeptide-12 and blue agave extract.
Alice Henshaw, practitioner and owner of Harley Street Injectables and results-led skincare brand Skincycles, created the sheet masks as she struggled to find skincare products with the high-quality ingredients to compliment her in-clinic treatments for clients.
‘My passion for skincare and frustration for lack of quality products in the market is what has driven me to create my own brand,’ Alice explained.
‘And I am so excited about the results and feedback we have had. The award-winning face masks’ success has led to a full skincare range being developed, which will be available to purchase from early August and includes medical Mesotherapy and skincare products for clinicians to use.’
Clinically inspired skincare: The sell-out and award-winning Skincycles Hydrating Bio-Cellulose Silk mask is said to be the secret to firm, moisturised and luminous skin
The sheet masks are packed with a skin-nourishing formula of hyaluronic acid, palmitoyl hexapeptide-12 and blue agave extract
The Skincycles Hydrating Bio-Cellulose Silk mask adheres to your face like a second skin, infusing parched complexions with moisture-replenishing hyaluronic acid, plus a youth-boosting blend of blue agave and ruby formosa to diminish the look of fine lines.
Alice added: ‘Our sheet mask uses ‘active transportation’ technology to deliver nano-sized liposome particles engineered for instant skin-cell penetration with anti-ageing benefits.’
They’re fuss-free and comfortable to wear. Simply apply the middle layer of the mask to the skin after cleaning and wear for up to 20 minutes. Once removed, massage any remaining serum into your face and neck.
Skincare tips: Alice Henshaw shares her skincare routine
Skincycles was set up by Alice Henshaw (pictured), practitioner and owner of one of the most in-demand practices in London, Harley Street Injectables
Speaking exclusively to MAIL BEST, Alice said: ‘I cleanse my skin thoroughly in the morning with a gentle cleanser and double cleanse at night with a chemical exfoliating cleanser with AHA and BHA. One I recommend is ZO Skin Health Exfoliating Cleanser‘.
Next, Alice likes to use a toner to get rid of any excess oil and stubborn makeup leftover. She said: ‘The current one I’m using is SK-II Facial Treatment Essence as it’s quite gentle on the skin.’
To brighten skin tone and reduce the visible signs of ageing, Alice applies a vitamin C serum.
‘At night time, I always use tretinoin which is great for keeping spots at bay and helps with pigmentation,’ she said. ‘It is a potent vitamin A – I like products that are retinals, not retinol.
‘Retinol and tretinoin are both retinoids, which means they are compounds that come from vitamin A.
‘They’re both commonly used in topical creams to treat a number of skin conditions. Though they’re similar, tretinoin is more concentrated than retinol.
‘And lastly, I religiously use a broad spectrum SPF50 during the day.’
To keep her skin hydrated, Alice uses her Skincycles masks every other night. ‘They’re infused with a very high concentration of hyaluronic acid and Palmitoyl Hexapeptide- 12, which increases collagen in the skin,’ she added.
Source: Alice Henshaw