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Multi-Masking Matters.

by Karrington Haun |

5 Masks. 5 steps.

The skin on your face is not all the same. The skin under your eyes is thinner and tends to lose moisture easier and faster than the rest of your face. The main parts of your cheeks tend to have larger pores, leading to oily skin or breakouts. Your jawline could be that problematic area that houses all hormonal acne. 

This is why multi-masking isn't just a want. It's a necessity.

 

5 easy steps to master Multi-Masking:

1. Cleansing

 

It's always best to try and start your multi-masking routine with a freshly cleansed face. The most efficient times to mask are right after a shower or in the morning if you can spare a few minutes after cleansing with our Clarifying or Brightening facial cleansers. 

2. Forehead

At the top of the t-zone, the forehead can typically range from dry, to oily, to acne prone. For such a confusing area of the face, you need a mask that is versatile. We suggest our Green Tea Matcha Mask because of its nourishing and moisturizing qualities it's great for oily or acne prone skin,  and also helps to balance the skin, while treating breakouts. Most importantly, its is jam packed full of age-defying antioxidants that helps maintain skin’s collagen and elasticity.

3. Under Eyes

 

Say bye bye to dark circles and eye bags! For this area specifically, we recommend our Cold Brew Coffee Mask because caffeine promotes healthy circulation and reducing inflammation! This mask is ideal for anti-aging due to it's ability to reduce fine lines, protect against moisture loss and increase the production of collagen and elastin.

4. Nose and Chin

The nose and chin...oh boy, don't even get us started. Blackheads, pimples, and whiteheads are no stranger to this area. We’d highly recommend our Coconut Charcoal Mask because it is able to absorb all breakout-causing sebum and bacteria, leaving behind fresh and clean skin. 

5. Cheeks and Jawline

Lastly, the cheeks and jawline can be a little tricky. Some parts are acne prone, some have dry patches. Referring to the inner cheeks where it tends to be oily or have large pores. Along the jawline is where a lot of hormonal acne likes to pop up. Overtime, these breakouts can cause scarring, making the jaw look dull and dark. This is why our Turmeric Mask will be the most effective in this particular area because of the amazing properties of the turmeric powder. It will relieve the redness, inflammation, hyperpigmentation, and help prevent any further break outs.

 

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