The latest skincare trend, multi-masking, helps to target and fight multiple skin concerns. Masks give your skin that added luxury after cleansing and toning. However, they tend to be formulated for just one specific concern while your skin isn’t so easy to fit into one tick box. That’s where multi-masking comes in. All you need is to find a mask combination that works best to target your various skin concerns, use it 1-3 times a week and voila you’ll have healthier, more radiant skin!

Multi-Masking for Combination Skin Multi-Masking

Combination skin is the most common skin type, which both dry and oily areas. Apply Cucumber Recovery Mask to the drier areas of your face; likely the cheeks and under eyes to help nourish skin and prevent dehydration.

Most people suffer from oily skin in their t-zone (nose and forehead) Apply a clay-based mask like the Refining Mask to absorb excess oil and help reduce the appearance of enlarged pores.

Multi-Masking for Dry, Sensitive SkinMulti-Masking

For sensitive under eyes, the Cucumber Recovery Mask can help calm and soothe skin. To deeply hydrate and improve barrier function to the forehead, cheeks, chin and jawline use the Restorative Mask.

Multi-Masking for Ageing SkinMulti-Masking

To revive ageing skin, apply Cyto-luxe Mask to the t-zone to aid your skin in regaining its elasticity and plumpness. To firm up the under eye area apply the Restorative Mask and to moisturise dry cheeks use the Cucumber Recovery Mask.

Check out the infographic below for a more visual tutorial!


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