As with many things in life, when it comes to masks, one size does not (always) fit all. Instead of taking a one-and done approach, you just might want to try multi-masking. Keep scrolling as we walk you through step by step on how to combine your favorite masks to get the spa-like treatment you crave – at home.
What Is Multi-Masking?
It turns out that very few of us actually have consistently “normal” skin. Our T-zone tends to be more oily, our cheeks may be on the dry side, or we may be struggling with patches of dullness in desperate need of exfoliation. Our skin type can also fluctuate depending on factors such as hormones, climate and age. Multi-masking is the ritual of using two or more masks on different areas of your skin to target multiple concerns at once. Since it’s such a potent treatment with so many active ingredients, it should only be done about once or twice a week, max. Ready to play mixologist on your face? Read on.
Tailor Your Treatment
The key to multi-masking is to customize your masks and apply wherever they are needed most. Here are our favorite hacks for maximizing your masks.