What is multi-masking?

There is a skincare trend that has hit the internet recently entitled, “Multi-Masking”. This isn't something new and actually it isn't complicated. It's simply mapping your skin and customizing a skin treatment for each area. For an example, you can apply a deep cleansing mask in your T-Zone, a hydrating mask on your cheeks, and acne mask on your jawline. You can customize your masks according to your skin needs. 

                            3 steps to Multi-Masks:

Step 1: Analyze your skin type

If you do not know your Skin Type. Click the link below to access my free PDF on “3 Ways to Determine Your Skin Type”.



Step 2: Choose the Different Masks

I have large pores in my T-Zone. I always need a deep cleanse to make sure my pores are cleansed and to clear out any blackheads. Keep my pores cleanse also allow my pores to remain small. 

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Deep Cleansing Mask Ingredients : 

  • 1 Tablespoon of Indian Healing Clay
  • ¼ of water or apple cider vinegar
  • Mix the green bentonite clay with water or apple cider vinegar.
  • Apply to T-zone area. Leave on Skin for 10 mins. This clay will harden.
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Blemish Mask Ingredients:

My cheekbone/jawline area need blemish treatment. I have a few dark spots and a little discoloration I need to treat.

  • ½ Teaspoon of Turmeric
  • ½ Teaspoon of Honey
  • Squeeze Lemon Juice or Use Lemon Oil

Step 3: Apply the Masks

Apply the Masks to it’s designated location on your face. Remember to Relax! Prompt your feet up, drink some water, put on some relaxing music, and escape! Apply the masks 2-3 times per week. 

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