A face mask has been our go-to after a long, stressful day at the office for years. But did you know there are lots of good reasons for using more than one? Multi-masking involves treating areas of the face with masks designed to deal with specific skin concerns. Confused about what should go where? Here’s the lowdown…
1. Targeting oily skin
It’s midday. You’ve reached for your desk mirror to be met with a T-zone so oily your colleagues can probably see their reflection in it. If you’re prone to excess oiliness on your forehead, nose and chin, apply a mattifying mask to these areas.
2. Targeting blackheads and clogged pores
3. Targeting unevenness
If you’ve noticed a build-up of blackheads and pesky under-the-skin spots, charcoal is your new best mate. It draws out dirt and impurities, so apply a charcoal mask to clogged pores (commonly found on the nose) for a proper deep-cleanse.
Cheeks looking a lil flushed and skin feeling a lil rough? Apply an exfoliating and soothing face mask to help gently exfoliate skin by removing any dead skin cells and revealing a smoother, brighter complexion.
4. Targeting dryness
If certain areas of your face are feeling dry and sensitive, apply a mask that’s designed to hydrate. It contains vitamin E, which helps replenish skin and leave it soft and smooth.
5. Targeting under-eye bags
Eyes looking tired and puffy? Whack on some under-eye sheet masks, hun. They’ll smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, promote elasticity and reduce the appearance of dark circles and puffiness. SOLD.
And there we have it. Face masks that go together like rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong. Want more info on the magic of masking? Check out our video below.