What is multimaksing?
We all have a certain type of skin: greasy, dry, mixed … When using masks many of use apply it over the entire surface of the face. But, what if you have an oily T zone and dry cheeks? A mask that absorbs sebum will certainly not bring much benefit to dry parts of the face.
- The goal of this trend is to apply various types of masks to the face depending on the problem area. In practice, this looks like this: if you get acne on your chin, you’ll apply a charcoal mask on it, moisturizing on your dry parts and masks with clay on the greasy areas because they absorb excess sebum.
You may find multimasking expensive but the mask will last much longer when you apply it only to one part of the face rather than to the entire face. After all, you will soon see the changes to your skin.