Masking nourishes the skin, providing hydration and delivering active ingredients beyond the superficial layers of the epidermis. After cleansing, you can use a mask to treat your specific skin concerns: a moisturizing mask for dry or aging skin, a refining mask for oily or acneic skin and a soothing mask for sensitive skin. Chances are, you’re battling more than one problem area at a time. Multi-masking, when you use multiple masks at once, can help you effectively fight your skin concerns.
Strategically apply each mask on different areas of the face for a different result. There are four main areas to focus on: forehead, under eye, cheeks and the chin and jawline area.
Try these multi-masking combinations for great results. Masking after exfoliating will help to soothe and calm the skin, aid in its recovery time and limit irritation. Learn more about layering your skincare.