Multi-masking for combination skin!
Have you heard about multi-masking? No? It´s simply applying different facial masks on different areas of your face, depending on what your skin needs! ;-) Especially if you have combination skin like I do, multi-masking might be a beneficial but also a fun thing to do! I have a very oily t-zone (my forehead, nose and chin) but my cheeks are pretty normal- on the other hand I am very dry under my eyes. It´s complicated, I guess! I know it looks a little like I painted my face for a war lol. But it feels amazing afterwards! Let me show you what I used!
I used here the new line of single-use clay masks by Derma e:
To get rid of my oily t-zone I I used the Derma e Purifying 2-in-1 Charcoal Mask (1.7 oz. $19.99) on my forehead, my nose and my chin. This feels deep cleansing y'all!
Under my eyes and also on my nasal labial folds I used the Derma e Firming Magnetic Clay Mask with Adzuki Beans and Spearmint. Wow! Firming is an under-statement! It literally helps to make my wrinkles disappear for a couple of hours! (When did those nasal labial folds get so deep?) YAY to that!
On my cheeks I used the Derma e Vitamin C Brightening Clay Mask that contains Turmeric and Kale. This mask smells citrusy and refreshing and gives me that glow!
|Yellow: the Derma e Vitamin C Brightening Clay Mask|
White: the Derma e Firming Magnetic Clay Mask
Grey: the Derma e Purifying 2-in-1 Charcoal Mask
This worked perfect and wasn´t as complicated as the (first) image might look like! ;-)
Applying the 3 masks took me maybe 5 minutes and then I left them on for about 10 minutes.
And what do you know? My skin feels absolutely gorgeous now! The oils of my t-zone are out, my eye and my nasal labial folds feel firm and wrinkle free and my cheeks look glowy and bright!
Yay to multi-masking!
Of course, your skin might have totally different needs! Just wanted to give a little inspiration of what you could do, but the possibilities are endless!
Did you ever multi-mask? What are your favorite facial masks?