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Why you need to try the new multimasking beauty trend

There’s a new way to use face masks…

By Amy Lewis, 12 October 2016
Why you need to try the new multimasking beauty trend

Skin can be a fickle old thing; dry over your forehead perhaps, while your nose and chin are especially oily. Sensitive and prone to flushing around the cheeks, but congested elsewhere. It's hard to keep track sometimes.

Dry forehead? Spotty nose? Applying different masks to these different areas means that you can give your skin exactly what it needs

But while most of us consider ourselves to have one overall skin type—dry, oily, normal etc—the truth is that most of us likely have a complexion that’s a combination of either some, or all, of the above.

It's this line of thought that has sparked a new approach to skincare, plus a new treatment craze called multimasking.

Designed to tackle all your different concerns in one single pamper session, the idea is to apply a combination of different face masks to your skin, instead of just using the same one all-over.

Dry forehead? Spotty nose? Applying different masks to these different areas means that you can give your skin—all of it—exactly what it needs. No matter if you’ve got three or more different concerns!

After all, if you’ve taken the time to treat yourself to a face mask session, you’ll want to get the very best results.

Like the sound of multimasking? Here are our top face mask picks to help you get started.

For Dry Patches

Treat dry areas of your face to this nourishing NSpa Intense Hydration Mask. If you need an extra boost, the mask has been designed for overnight use too - just slather on and sleep away.

For Oily Patches

If you tend to get especially shiny in some areas, pop on a dollop of the L'Oreal Pure Clay Purity Mask. It'll leave your skin looking more matte, without drying you out.

For Sensitive Skin

Look for a gentle mask to calm and soothe sensitive skins, like the 7th Heaven Green Tea Peel Off Mask. Pop it in the fridge before applying for an extra cooling effect.

For Dull Patches

If you're lacking radiance in some areas, try the L'Oreal Pure Clay Glow Mask, to brighten and exfoliate a tired complexion.

For Anti-Ageing

Mature skin can lose moisture more quickly, sometimes leaving lines more visible. Up your moisture levels with the NSpa Radiance Boosting Mask, which will leave you feeling soft and smooth.

For Spot-Prone Patches

If some areas tend to get congested, leavin you more prone to blackheads and spots, detox with a deep cleansing treatment like the 7th Heaven Charcoal Masque. Charcoal is a great skin purifier.

 

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