Skincare is not a “one-size fits all” type of thing. For most of us, different parts of the skin have various concerns that only one masque can’t help. That’s where multi-masking comes into play.

So what is it?

Multi-masking is using two or more masks on the skin to target multiple concerns. There are two types: zoning and layering. Zoning is when you apply all the masks at the same time and only on their designated area on the face. This is a very popular technique used by estheticians and is most beneficial for combination skin. Layering is when one mask is applied to that area and then, after the recommended amount of time, is removed and a second mask is applied on top. When doing this, it is important to make sure the ingredients in both masks go well together to get the best result. Layering is best for dry skin.

What are the benefits?

Multi-masking comes with a lot of benefits, but overall, your skin concerns will be targeted more accurately which gives you the best results. It also saves money in the long run. If you only use the amount you need and avoid wasting it on areas that don’t need it, your product will last longer. Save money and get better skin with multi-masking.

Prep your skin

When beginning multi-masking, make sure all of your makeup is removed and your skin is clean. Make sure you cleanse your skin with warm water. Ideally, it is best to apply masks after showering because your pores open up and dirt can oil is easily unclogged. Most importantly, exfoliate before applying. Masking without exfoliating is virtually useless because it is difficult for the masks to penetrate the dead skin left on your skin. Overall, it is important to understand which masks go where to ensure the best masks possible.

 

We offer a variety of amazing organics face masks that help with every skin problem. Whether you have oily, acne prone, dry, or aging skin, these Éminence masques do the trick. Available in the salon!