The procedure of aesthetic medicine
Multimasking May Be Exactly What Your
Skin Needs
Benefits Of Multimasking
Choosing and applying masks according to your skin's specific concerns in different areas makes a face mask unique to your skin and its needs. With multimasking, you're applying bits of different masks to different areas of your face and avoiding the areas your skin doesn't need the mask to be on.
How To Pick Your Masks
First, you have to identify your skin concerns on each part of your face. Then, you can start by choosing two to four face masks, all with specific skin needs in mind. For example, for your T-zone, choose a purifying mask with oil-absorbing ingredients like kaolin or charcoal.
How To Multimask
Cleanse your face with your favorite gentle cleanser or cleansing balm and rinse off thoroughly. You can try zone multimasking, where you simultaneously apply different masks to different zones of your face, or layer multimasking, a technique where you use several masks, one at a time, to help skin with contrasting concerns.
For Varied Skin Types
For dry skin, use a moisturizing mask and use a detoxifying or oil-absorbing mask on areas of the face prone to oily skin and breakouts. A pore-refining mask can be used on areas with enlarged pores and for drier regions, try a hydrating gel or cream mask with humectants.
For Textured Skin
For zones with a rough texture, use a mask with a gentle exfoliating and brightening treatment to encourage cell sloughing and regeneration. To target wrinkles and fine lines, use masks that can firm your skin while you sleep while those with darker patches can improve tone with vitamin C masks.
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