3 Ways to Use A Targeted Multi-Masking Routine

August 30, 2016
By: Jackie Burns Brisman | skincare.com by L'Oréal
3 Ways to Use A Targeted Multi-Masking Routine

It’s no secret we’re huge fans of face masks at Skincare.com. From using sheet masks to keep our skin hydrated during a long flight to using overnight masks that get to work while we snooze, masking is by far one of our favorite ways to care for our skin. But, of all the ways to mask, one of our favorite techniques—and one that’s been getting major buzz—is multi-masking. Created to address multiple skin concerns, multi-masking lets you maximize your face mask routine. While everyone talks about the traditional way to use multi-masking, what if we told you there were actually additional ways to try this technique? Keeping reading to discover three ways to use a targeted multi-masking routine with SkinCeuticals masks in order to create your most customized regimen yet!

First things first, let’s meet the masks: 

  • Biocellulose Restorative Masque – This replenishing treatment was created to comfort and replenish compromised skin. The hydrating sheet mask is formulated with biocellulose fibers that help it stay put on your skin.
  • Phyto Corrective Masque – The brand’s newest face mask, this cooling and calming mask is ideal for after long day in the sun, an intense workout, travel, and more!
  • Hydrating B5 Masque – Perfect for dehydrated, dull skin, this gel mask hydrates and nourishes skin, for a smooth, supple-looking appearance.
  • Clarifying Clay Masque – Detoxify congested pores and absorb excess oils with this non-drying clay mask. Formulated with kaolin and bentonite clays, aloe, chamomile and a hydroxy acid blend, it helps to exfoliate the skin’s surface, remove oils, and calm skin.

Zone Multi-Masking

The most traditional way to use multi-masking, applying face masks to unique zones allows you to address multiple skin care concerns at one time. So for instance, if you experience congested, clogged pores on your nose reach for the clay mask and for dry, dehydrated cheeks use the gel mask. You can use as few or as many masks as you like.

Layer Multi-Masking

This technique involves using one mask at a time, but in succession. Let’s say you want to decongest your pores but then hydrate your skin. First, use a clay mask to help unclog pores and then grab the replenishing sheet mask.

Alternating Multi-Masking

Sometimes there’s no time to use multiple masks in one day, and that’s where this technique comes in and traveling is a great time to use it. The night before you jet set, use the clay mask to ensure there are no impurities lingering on your skin’s surface before the flight. The next day, when you land, use the Phyto Corrective mask to cool and calm the skin.

Simply put, there’s no right or wrong way to multi-mask! Have fun, experiment, and get ready for your best-looking skin ever. 

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