WHAT IS IT?
In essence, exactly as it sounds. Layering a multitude of face masks to achieve complexion perfection. By applying targeted treatments to the areas of concern (i.e acne specific masks to blemishes, hydrating masks to dry areas), a more precision approach means areas that aren’t prone to breakouts or aren’t dehydrated won’t be stripped of moisture or oiliness.
HOW DO I ‘MULTI-MASK’?
I suffer with acne breakouts, Rosacea and dry patches on my forehead. For those reasons, I use a deeply hydrating mask across the top of my face, focusing on the dryness. I use a soothing mask across the middle of the T-zone, to reduce inflammation and redness on my cheeks, and on my chin and sides of my jaw, a clarifying clay mask to shrink spots and draw out impurities. Sounds hellish, but it’s simples.
WHICH MASKS TO USE?
Having trialled every which mask for every possible skin concern out there, I have rounded up my favourite facial treatments to target all skin woes.
- BEST FOR REDNESS: Chantecaille Jasmine & Lily Healing Mask, £63
- BEST FOR DRYNESS: Clinique Moisture Surge Overnight Mask, £30
- BEST FOR OILY SKIN: Dermalogica Charcoal Mask, £38
- BEST FOR PIGMENTATION: Dr Sebagh Deep Exfoliating Mask, £59.50
- BEST FOR ACNE: Kiehl’s Rare Earth Pore Cleansing Mask, £21.50
- BEST ANTI-AGEING: Sisley Black Rose Cream Mask, £95.50
- BEST GLOW-GIVER: Glamglow YouthMud Tinglexfoliate Treatment, £25