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A face mask has been our go-to after a long, stressful day at the office for years. But did you know there are lots of good reasons for using more than one? Multi-masking involves treating areas of the face with masks designed to deal with specific skin concerns. Confused about what should go where? Here’s the lowdown…

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1. Targeting oily skin

It’s midday. You’ve reached for your desk mirror to be met with a T-zone so oily your colleagues can probably see their reflection in it. If you’re prone to excess oiliness on your forehead, nose and chin, apply a mattifying mask to these areas.


2. Targeting blackheads and clogged pores

If you’ve noticed a build-up of blackheads and pesky under-the-skin spots, charcoal is your new best mate. It draws out dirt and impurities, so apply a charcoal mask to clogged pores (commonly found on the nose) for a proper deep-cleanse.


3. Targeting unevenness

Cheeks looking a lil flushed and skin feeling a lil rough? Apply an exfoliating and soothing face mask to help gently exfoliate skin by removing any dead skin cells and revealing a smoother, brighter complexion.


4. Targeting dryness

If certain areas of your face are feeling dry and sensitive, apply a mask that’s designed to hydrate. It contains vitamin E, which helps replenish skin and leave it soft and smooth.


5. Targeting under-eye bags

Eyes looking tired and puffy? Whack on some under-eye sheet masks, hun. They’ll smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, promote elasticity and reduce the appearance of dark circles and puffiness.



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