3 Best Face Mask Combinations For Every Skin TypeSeptember 14, 2016
Face masks are a great way to treat our skin to an at-home facial and to target specific skin concerns. But, what’s a girl to do when her T-zone is oily, her cheeks are dry, her eyes are half awake, and her chin is anything but clarified? Multi-mask, duh! Multi-masking is one of our favorite ways to customize our skin care routines and with The Body Shop’s new line of Superfood Masks, this trendy skin care technique just got that much better and convenient. Ahead, we share three of the best face mask combinations to try, inspired by Beauty Recipes from Nature, The Body Shop’s latest collection of face masks.
Meet The Masks:
- Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask - Formulated with bamboo charcoal and green tea leaves, this purifying mask can draw out pore-clogging impurities and leave the skin with a youthful-looking appeal.
- Chinese Ginseng & Rice Clarifying Polishing Mask - Formulated with rice and ginseng extract and the brand’s Community Trade sesame seed oil this clarifying mask can revitalize, smooth, and brighten the appearance of lackluster skin on your cheeks.
- British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask - Formulated to quench and replump the skin, this hydrating face mask contains skin-soothing aloe vera, rosehip oil, and the essence of real rose petals that were handpicked in Britain and can replenish dry skin with long-lasting hydration.
- Ethiopian Honey Deep Nourishing Mask - Formulated with the brand’s Community Trade honey, marula oil, and olive oil, this nourishing face mask is jam-packed with hydration.
- Amazonian Acai Energizing Mask - Formulated with acai berry extract and the brand’s Community Trade Babassu oil, this mask helps to wake up fatigued skin.
Check out the video below to see how Vanda Serrador, skin expert and a top esthetician for The Body Shop, applies the masks to master multi-masking. After the video we share some of our favorite ways to use the masks based on your skin concerns!
Combination #1: Oily T-Zone, Dull Skin Tone, Dry Chin
Oily, Acne-Prone T-Zone: If your T-zone is oily or acne-prone, reach for a mask formulated with clay or charcoal to help give that area a good cleanse. These ingredients are known to help attract and lift impurities from the skin’s surface, thereby decongesting clogged pores and getting rid of excess oils. Try: Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask
Dull Cheeks: If the skin on your cheeks appears to be dull, layer on a clarifying, polishing mask that can help to brighten the appearance of your complexion, reveal a radiant-looking tone, and kick lackluster tones to the curb. Try: Chinese Ginseng & Rice Clarifying Polishing Mask
Dry Chin: When it comes to taking care of the dry skin on your chin, look for a mask that can replenish moisture and hydration, helping to plump the appearance of your skin. Try: British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask
Combination #2: Dehydrated T-Zone and Tired-Looking Skin
Dry T-Zone & Chin: If your T-zone and chin are feeling a little dry and dehydrated, reach for a nourishing mask that has a hydrating formula to help to restore moisture. Try: Ethiopian Honey Deep Nourishing Mask
Fatigued Complexion: Whether it’s lack of sleep or one too many glasses of wine the night before, our skin can say a lot about our energy levels. Layer on an energizing mask that can help revive tired-looking skin, leaving it looking and feeling more radiant. Try: Amazonian Acai Energizing Mask
Combination #3: Dull T-Zone, Congested Skin on Chin and Cheeks
Dull T-Zone: Is your T-zone looking a bit dull? Brighten it up with an exfoliating, purifying mask to remove dead skin cell buildup and reveal a brighter, more youthful-looking complexion. Just don’t forget to moisturize afterwards! Try: Chinese Ginseng & Rice Clarifying Polishing Mask
Congested Complexion: Clogged pores can strike anywhere on the face and using a charcoal mask can help to detoxify them, leaving you with a clarified, clean complexion. Try: Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask.
Want to maximize your multi-masking? Check out our guide to multi-masking, here!