Multi Masking

We left off in our last blog topic speaking briefly about multi-masking.  Let’s go a little deeper into the various types of applying more than one type of face mask simultaneously, and the benefits each mask provides to your skin. 

Just to recap, multi-masking is applying multiple face masks to unique areas of your face to treat different skin concerns. Multi-masking is also the most convenient and efficient way to get a professional-like facial at home.  And because our skin varies continuously, depending on the weather, stress, lifestyle habits or environmental factors. Multi-masking ensures that your skin is getting the treatment it needs, where it needs it.


Multi Mask – How Do You Do It?

The first step is understanding what each area of your face needs. Multi-masking allows you to identify and treat multiple specific skin concerns such as dullness, blemishes, dehydration, congested skin or fine lines. Or perhaps an oily forehead, dry cheeks and enlarged pores on the nose are the areas needing attention.  Once you’ve determined your skin’s different concerns, you’re ready to start with your multi-masking experience.

Most people have concerns in the T-zone. Usually, the chin, nose, and forehead are more prone to get oily and show breakouts, discoloration, black, and whiteheads. For best results, you would be applying two or more masks to those different areas to target competing concerns . This process allows you to tackle these unwanted concerns with a purifying and clarifying mask that will help clear your overall complexion. 


Multi Mask Combos

Brightening Dull Skin + Firming Fine Lines

Fine lines, eye puffiness, and dull skin are big concerns for people experiencing aging, a lack of sleep, or negative environmental factors like pollution. Look for masks that boost your skin's plumpness while also exfoliating and brightening your complexion.

Balancing Combination Skin

When your T-zone (nose, forehead, and chin) is oily and your cheeks are dry, it's difficult to find products that effectively work on both, so it can be better to use different products on different spots. Use masks with high moisture content and moisture-retaining ingredients for dry skin.

Soothing Sensitive, Red Skin

Many people experience redness in their cheeks, but not the rest of their face. "Look for a calming mask with soothing ingredients like chamomile and aloe," says Wong. "They'll soothe the irritation and redness while simultaneously hydrating." Add a nourishing mask on the T-zone to keep the rest of your skin soft and healthy.

These combos are great multi-masks can give you some ideas on how to figure out which masks to use and combat the most common skincare issues.  




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