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How to multi-mask your way to clear skin

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Have you ever wondered how your skin could be dry in one area and then oily in another? Or how you can have breakouts on one side and then completely clear skin on another? Trust me, we all battle with this skin dilemma. A great way to target areas of concern correctly, is to multi-mask! 

Simply put, multi-masking is strategic masking. By customizing which mask you put on certain parts of your face, you can target all the different skin concerns you have at once. It’s always a good idea to use a mask weekly and what better way to take care of those pesky blackheads in one area, oiliness in one and dry patches on the other, than to apply your mask only on the areas correlating to the concern there. 

It’s no secret that we love our purifying pumpkin pore mask for large pores, clogged pores, breakouts or any area of the face in need of exfoliation. So this is a great mask for those areas of concern. 

Now, here are a few tips before you start multi-masking. 

Make sure to mask post-shower. You always want to start with a cleansed face.The steam helps loosen any pore clogging debris and the water can actually help our dry skin to trap and retain moisture. 

Another pro tip is to apply your mask with a flat foundation brush you no longer use, to get precise application. 

Have a set plan and read all instructions first.  Some masks can be left on for longer than others. Start with the mask that needs to be left on longer first then follow with the shorter time frame so they can all be rinsed off at once.

Rinse off all residue and follow with a gentle moisturizer. Gently massage into the skin as this helps increase blood circulation and absorption.

Multi-mask your way to healthier skin! 

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