Does your face have certain sections that look different from each other? For instance, does your T-zone look different from your cheeks? Does the skin on your nose break out more easily than on other parts of your face?
Fret not! This is a common problem that most of us experience. It is usually because of the non-uniform skin that we have. The environmental and hormonal changes make our skin prone to various damages that harm parts of our face in different ways.
Since you can’t handle all the sections of your face with a single solution, multi-masking is the best way out. What is it, and why is it called the targeted skincare for all?
Well, dig in to find detailed answers to all your burning questions.
In the world of skincare, multi-masking is a unique practice. It involves the application of different types of masks on individual sections of your face.
Masks have been a crucial part of everyone’s skincare stash for a long time. They are usually used to provide your skin with hydration and much-needed nourishment. Besides, they play a vital role in clearing your face from any accumulated dust and grime.
Your skin demands an extra TLC, and that’s exactly what a mask offers. You can use it two times a week to destress your face and give it the glow it deserves.
But unfortunately, one mask isn’t enough to handle all your skin problems. Suppose a mask is made to treat dry skin. It works wonderfully on dry patches but leaves the oily parts of your face sticky and slippery.
To overcome this issue, multi-masking treatment works like magic.
The practice starts with you picking the right masks to apply on your face at a time. There are various types available.
You can get masks to treat acne, oiliness, dehydration, dullness, itchiness, and dark circles. Once you have all your required masks available, start multi-masking.
Now, here is an important point. You should apply all your masks after taking a warm shower. This is the best time as all pores are widely opened, allowing you to absorb all the goodness that your selected masks have to offer.
If you have a bunch of sheet masks, don’t use them entirely. Cut them in pieces to cover the areas they are required to.
Similarly, if you own creamy masks, apply them in patches that demand their benefits. Yes, muti-masking will require you to go wild and crazy with your masks on your face. But that’s the whole point.
This personalized practice is targeted so that every part of your face gets the treatment it demands and nothing extra or unnecessary.
Once you have applied your masks, let them work their magic for 30 minutes to an hour. Wash them away and then apply a moisturizer to nourish your skin.
There are many amazing benefits of this technique. Here are a few.
Multi-masking is a personalized treatment. But that doesn’t mean that you should practice it daily. Using multiple masks every day isn’t great for your skin. Plus, it can get very expensive.
So, what’s the right way? You should multi-mask two times a week. It doesn’t matter whether you do it during the day or right before sleeping. However, ensure that your pores are widely open while you practice it for maximum results.
The great thing about masks is that they are mostly safe to use. Some are made with natural ingredients, so have very few side effects.
This makes multi-masking perfect for everyone. It is especially a perfect solution for anyone with a combination skin type. But be sure to pick the right mask for your face to reap the best results.
Raise your hands if you are ready to put in an extra effort for your skin. Multi-masking may sound like an expensive technique demanding your time. However, it is a perfect solution to give you a targeted skincare treatment by giving your face’s skin exactly what it craves.
Just make sure to do it twice every week and witness great results after a month. Besides, be consistent in enjoying amazing benefits and flaunt skin that speaks volumes.
Here’s wishing you your desired glow every day!