Let’s dive into a huge trend that the beauty industry is buzzing over right now: multi-masking.
A good face mask can be a godsend. Face masks can deep clean pores, reduce hyper-pigmentation, promote an even complexion, and even heal scars created by acne and other trauma. I try to do one at least once a week. But what about folks with combination skin? My forehead is dry, my nose and cheeks are oily, and my chin is normal. For example, if I were to put a Bentonite clay ask all over my face, my forehead would not be happy… That’s where multi-masking comes in.
The Scoop on Multi-Masking
Multi-masking = using several facial masks at the same time.
Multi-masking allows you to create the perfect customized facial mask that’s tailored specifically for your needs. Your multi-masking experience will all depend on your unique skin type…but here are a few suggestions:
- Cheeks: Use a brightening mask.
- Nose: Use a clay mask, like our Wild Rose Clay Mask
- Bright spots: Use an aloe-based mask
- Dry spots: Use a moisturizing mask, like this DIY face mask with acai berry and manuka honey
- Dark spots: Use a vitamin rich face mask
The benefit of multi-masking is that you deliver the right nutrients to the parts of the skin that need them. Plus, it saves time, so you don’t have to do multiple masks all in the same day.
We are currently developing a new green clay detox mask, and a sea kelp bioferment sheet mask. Combined with our wild rose clay mask, we’ll be offering a multi-masking set in time for the holidays. So stay tuned!
Have you tried multi-masking? We’d love to hear your experiences in the comments. xx