Types Of Sheet Mask Materials Used By Facial Sheet Mask Manufacturer

Posted by Amelie Richards on April 19th, 2021

If you want to be an entrepreneur and the beauty industry is your passion, you can start your own skincare company. From private label sheet masks to eye patches and serums, there are tons of product categories under each, each catering to particular causes and skin types. 

Even when it’s best to start your label when you have a good sense of knowledge over the field, you can always start your venture with the help of a good expert and a team of experts from your private label manufacturers.

Following are the types and benefits of private label sheet mask materials used by any manufacturing company.

  1. Cotton.

Being made of soft-cellulose fabric plant-driven material, Cotton does not irritate your skin. It has a white fabric that fits the face well. It's free of harsh chemicals that could irritate the skin. It's gentle, absorbent, and encourages air and moisture to circulate naturally, keeping your skin relaxed and hydrated.

  1. Microfiber.

It has a silky feel and is typically a little thicker and smoother than standard cotton sheets. This material is environmentally friendly because it is biodegradable and does not contain any toxic chemicals. The soft-cellulose fabric also fits the face well.

  1. Cupra.

Cotton linters which are short fibers that remain after raw cotton has been processed are used to make the mask. Having a translucent look after its application the material allows for moisture balance and ensures that your skin receives an evenly distributed amount of essence.

  1. Tencel. 

A comparatively new fiber used for a private label sheet mask, Tencel is derived from trees and is eco-friendly as well as bio-degradable. With a silky texture, it is considered a good quality lyocell fiber.

  1. Hydrogel.

Hydrogel face masks are basically sheet masks made of a jelly-like substance like bio-cellulose that feels good on the skin. They are better than cotton masks as they feel soft, cooling and fresh on your skin. They're typically infused with ultra-hydrating ingredients including hyaluronic acid and ceramide, which leave dry areas plumped and nourished.

  1. Foil.

The materials used in foil sheet masks help to keep the liquid, active ingredients, and nutrients from evaporating. It's super easy to wear because of the cotton coating on the side that touches your skin.

  1. Charcoal.

The masks are made of charcoal powder that was compressed into the mask. Charcoal masks are good for detoxing the skin and extracting out excessive oils.

  1. Bio-Cellulose.

These masks are made from an all-natural fiber and sets on your face like a second skin. Even while they are hydrating and soft like hydrogel masks, bio-cellulose sheets are thinner. The adhesion helps the active ingredients to seep into your skin better.

Based on the list, you can curate your brand and make the correct choice for a private label sheet mask.

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