Multi-masking seems to be an ever-growing trend in the beauty world, with beauty addicts across the globe praising the use of numerous masks on different parts of the face to achieve better skin. Interesting as it looks on social media, multi-masking can be both useful and effective, especially as very few of us have consistently ‘normal’ skin all over our face. It’s often the case that our T-zone tends to be oilier and more prone to breakouts, whereas our cheeks can lack hydration, and as result, need a much-needed collagen boost! We then of course need to pay attention to our eyes. Not only does this area have the most delicate skin, it’s often the area that shows the first signs of ageing. So, rather than opting for the weekly indulgent mask, you may want to incorporate multiple products that target the many different skin concerns.
As Pharmacist Hira explains, the t-zone is often the area that contains the highest amount of oil glands, so it’s really important to keep this area fresh, clean and mattified. We recommend opting for a purifying mask to help cleanse and purify the pores, revealing a shiny-free surface to your skin.
Try: Ren Calrimatte Invisible Pores Detox Mask! Formulated for combination, oily or problem-prone skin, this detoxifying clay mask will dramatically reduce the appearance of enlarged pores by drawing out impurities and eliminating blackheads.