A daily regimen of cleanse, tone, moisturize and protect are basic steps to a skincare routine. Additional steps like mask and exfoliate though can create impressive change in the skin. Treat your skin one to three times per week with a mask to nourish skin beyond the superficial layers of the epidermis.
Multi-masking helps to effectively target and fight multiple skin concerns. After cleansing and toning, choose a mask combination that works best for your concerns. Apply each mask to different areas of your face to achieve different results.
For example, you may experience breakouts on the nose and forehead, but dry, flaking patches on your cheeks. One mask won’t target these concerns together, so you want to multi-mask to address both.
The most common multi-mask treatment is for combination skin, when the skin is both oily and dry. Apply Cucumber Recovery Mask to the dry cheeks and under eye area. This will help prevent dehydration and nourish skin.
For the oily t-zone, apply Refining Mask, a clay-based mask that absorbs oil and helps reduce the appearance of pores. This acne-fighting mask combines Kaolin Clay, Sulfur and Tea Tree Oil to pack a punch.
Dry, Sensitive Skin
For dry, sensitive skin, apply Cucumber Recovery Mask to the sensitive under eye area and Restorative Mask to the forehead, cheeks, chin and jawline. Cucumber Recovery Mask cools, calms and soothes while Restorative Mask deeply conditions. Both of these masks will hydrate skin and help improve its barrier function.
To restore and rejuvenate aging skin, apply Cyto-luxe Mask to the t-zone, Restorative Mask to the under eye area and Cucumber Recovery Mask to cheeks. Cyto-luxe Mask helps skin regain elasticity and plumpness, while Restorative Mask and Cucumber Recovery Mask will restore lost moisture and help to firm skin.
Depending on your skin type and concerns you can mix and match your masks to help skin look and feel instantly better! Learn more about multi-masking.
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