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How to Master Multi-Masking

The Multi-Masking trend is taking the beauty world by storm with bloggers, editors and beauty-lovers alike all jumping aboard the multi-masking train!

What is multi-masking?

Multi-masking, as the name implies, is the art of using several facial masks to treat a range of skin concerns concurrently. For example, most of us experience oiliness around our t-zone and perhaps dryness on our chin. For a multi-masker, a charcoal masque would be used for the t-zone area, and a hydrating mask for the chin. Your multi-masking routine can range from two to four masks at once (and even more if you’re a mask-a-holic!).

Our top masks

dermalogica-charcoal-rescue-masque

Dermalogica, the number one choice for skincare worldwide, have just released their brand new Charcoal Rescue Masque, which is packed with everything your skin needs to help eliminate excess oil and impurities. Dermalogica’s Charcoal Rescue Masque is ultra-easy to use - simply cleanse and dry your face, apply the masque for 7-10 minutes, then rinse. You can apply this masque up to 4 times per week, and it is suitable for any skin type.

SkinCeuticals-Hydrating-B5-Masque

For those looking for a plumping and hydrating masque, the SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Masque is formulated based on the award winning Hydrating B5 Serum. Concentrated with Vitamin B5 and Hyaluronic acid, the Hydrating B5 Masque plumps dehydrated and stressed skin to promote a healthy, youthful appearance.

thalgo-absolute-purifying-mask

Thalgo’s Purette range is a luxurious collection of purifying and mattifying skincare for oily and problematic skin. The Thalgo Absolute Purifying Mask is rich in absorbent clay, and contains astringent Witch Hazel to help remove sebum and impurities. You only need 10 minutes with the Absolute Purifying Mask, but we guarantee you’ll want to keep it on on account of its deliciously light and refreshing scent.

For our full range of Skincare Masks & Masques, shop online with Alive here.

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