If you’re not familiar with the term “Multi-mask”, it’s simply using multiple (face) masks together. The purpose is to target different areas, each with different problems with the appropriate solution. Most of us have different needs for each part of the face. Multi-masking solves each area’s problem separately.
To multi-mask successfully, first you need to identify the problems and zone them out. In my case, I have enlarged and clogged pores on my nose, chin and cheeks. So I group these in zone A. Above jaw line and underneath my cheeks I have a few pimples, so this is zone B. zone C, is my forehead where I noticed some fine lines starting to show .
After identifying the problems, you need to find the right mask for each problematic area. For my zone A, I use Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal mask. Charcoal masks help detoxify the skin and draw out the impurities from the pores. For my zone B, I used Origins Out Of Trouble Mask To Rescue Problem Skin. This masks helps clear out my acne and calm my skin. Sometimes I combine zones A & B, and use Caudalie Instant Detox mask. As for zone C, I really like Mario Badescu Super Collagen mask. The tightening effect is visible even after the first use.
So you see, multi-masking is all about isolating different areas of your face with different problems, and treating them independently with the right mask. Although, it’s a little more time consuming than slapping one mask on your face, the results are worth it.
Have you tried multimasking before? Let me know if you think it’s worth the extra effort.