A GUIDE ON MULTIMASKING

8 September 2015

I'm sure it comes to no surprise on what multimasking is, for over the past few months it's what everyone has been trying and experimenting. For me personally I wouldn't really have tried if not for my skin concern at the moment. With facial just done a few days ago my skin needed more moisture and TLC so I've reached out to trying out on multi-masking.

As multi-masking would mean that you apply a layer of a different face mask on different areas on your face, so basically break it down to targeting different problems of the skin we use different masks - but at the same time.

FOR OILY SKIN :

ORIGINS CLEAR IMPROVEMENT + ORIGINS OUT OF TROUBLE

I personally battle with oily skin with large pores and blemishes, so for oily skin I would recommend using the Origins Clear Improvement mask on the T-Zone for enlarged pores and oiler areas, and the Origins Out of Trouble mask on the cheeks and the chin; as for many people the cheeks and chin are more prone to acne. I would really recommend a moisturising mask post-multimask, like the Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask as both the Origins masks are very drying for the skin.

FOR COMBINATION SKIN :

ORIGINS ORIGINAL SKIN RETEXTURISING + ELEMENTAL HERBOLOGY FACIAL DETOX

I'm not really sure on how combination is as I've had experiences of having combination skin once in my teenage years. The Origins Original Skin Retexturising mask would do good on the T-zone for a good exfoliating of the dead skin cells while it doesn't dry your skin out and packed with Rose Clay for a moisturising effect; the Elemental Herbology Facial Detox mask would pair well on the cheeks and the chin as well again, as it's not as drying as the Origins Out of Trouble or the Clear Improvement mask, but target on the problem areas without drying your skin out.

FOR DRY SKIN :
AĒSOP PARSLEY SEED CLEANSING MASQUE + ORIGINS MEGA MUSHROOM SKIN RELIEF

Now I don't really have any experiences with dry skin but I assume what you need last is a drying cleansing mask, so I've planned out that what you use on the T-zone would be the Aēsop Parsley Seed Cleansing Masque while it clears out your pores but does not dry it out; and the Origins Mega Mushroom Skin Relief Mask on your cheeks and chin for maximum hydration on the skin.

FOR NORMAL SKIN :

ANTIPODES AURA MANUKA HONEY MASK + ORIGINS MEGA MUSHROOM SKIN RELIEF

Normal skin is one that's blessed with smooth, hydrated skin and no products would break out after use; the Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask is perfect for the T-zone and the forehead to clear up any pores; while the Origins Mega Mushroom Skin Relief is great for the rest of the face.

What mask do you use for multi-masking? Do you like multi-masking?

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