When you’re asked to describe your skin type, you probably rattle off a whole list of issues. For example, I have an oily and breakout-prone T-zone and sensitive cheeks – yep, it’s complicated.
So, with these multiple skin issues, when it comes to doing your weekly mask, it doesn’t make sense to apply one mask that targets one skin issue to your entire face. Enter, the art of multi-masking…
What is multi-masking?
Multi-masking involves targeting your various skin issues at one time by applying different masks to different areas of your complexion to treat each of your different skin concerns. Total genius! Basically, the multi-masking trend has managed to tap into every girl’s biggest skin care gripe – having different concerns on different areas of their face, and targeting them all in just ten minutes. The best bit? The beauty of masks is that they’re an intense treatment, so your skin can start reaping the benefits of the mask instantly to give your complexion a refreshing and energising boost.
What masks should I use for my skin type?
Try these mask combinations to tackle all your skin concerns in one go, and give your skin the cleansing, purifying, detoxifying or anti-aging benefits it needs.
The best multi-masking combo for: Sensitive, ageing skin
Give ageing areas like your forehead, in-between your brows, the left and right sides of your chin, and neck an intense anti-ageing hit with the Dermalogica Age Smart Multivitamin Power Recovery Masque. This nutrient- and antioxidant-rich formula will help promote healthy tissue regeneration within the skin and target and treat the signs of ageing. Oh and it has a five-star rating by beautyheaven members, so you know it’s going to work wonders on your skin, too!
Then, give sensitive areas like your cheeks, nose and the centre of your chin the deep nourishment they’re craving with a cooling mask like the Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Masque.
The best multi-masking combo for: Breakout-prone, sensitive skin
Help to refresh, cool and calm sensitive skin by applying the Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Masque to your cheeks and nose. It’ll also work hard to restore your skin’s vital protective barrier.
Next, smooth the Dermalogica Gentle Cream Exfoliant over breakout-prone areas like your forehead, in-between your brows, on your chin area and neck. It works by stimulating cell renewal to help clear away breakouts.
The best multi-masking combo for: Oily or dehydrated skin
A deep-cleansing clay mask like the Dermalogica Skin Refining Masque will help to ditch excess oil and refine oily skin, so pop it onto greasy spots like your forehead, nose and the centre of your chin.
Next, remedy dry and stressed areas like your cheeks, the left and right sides of your chin, and your neck with the protecting and moisturising Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Masque.
Simply leave your multi-masking treatment on your skin for ten minutes and rinse away for a clearer, more hydrated, healthy-looking complexion.
Keen to find out which masks will be most suited to your skin care concerns? Visit your nearest David Jones store, Endota Spa or leading salon for your complimentary Face Mapping consultation. The analysis is completely free and includes complimentary samples, so don’t worry – you won’t feel pressured to buy products afterwards! You can locate your nearest Dermalogica Face Mapping Expert by clicking HERE or by calling 1800 659 118.
Find out what beautyheaven Trial Team members thought of their Face Mapping experience by clicking HERE.
Have you tried multi-masking? Do you think it would help with your skin care concerns?