Originally Posted by uglies
Currently researching the aspirin mask and that's the only part I can't seem to find an answer to. I guess if it's not mentioned then it's not important? Important or not, has anyone found the mask to be more effective on damp skin as opposed to wet or dry, or wet skin as opposed to...etc?
thanks in advance
An aspirin mask, just like any other facial mask, should be applied on a cleaned skin. That's when it is most effective.
So simply wash your face, use a cleanser to remove any dirt and impurities from it, and pat dry with a clean towel.
Then use a toner to deep clean the pores (this is optional)
Then you can apply the facial mask (aspirin or any other kind). You can apply it after you pat dried the face, or right after you used the toner. ( in this case the face might be a bit damp from the toner, you don't have to wait until it is completely dry)
But I wouldn't recommend applying the mask on a wet face.