Multi Masking in 2 Simple Steps

Take skincare customization to the next level by targeting different parts of your face with the right masks. Address all your different facial skin needs at once, then sit back, relax, and multi-mask! Each area of your face and craves individual time and attention. Start by examining your skin to identify your needs. Different areas of your skin have very different requirements.

Your T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) are usually the oiliest, so look for a mask with ingredients like clay, charcoal, or mud that attract and bind to oil without drying out the skin. Then apply the mask on your T-zone (or your where you feel your most oily areas of your face are after examining your skin).

Editor’s pick: Love Nature Clay Mask Burdock - a cleansing, re-balancing clay mask that clarifies and purifies the skin.

Your cheeks and the skin around your eyes may experience more dryness than other areas. Unlike your T-zone, these areas often have less oil-producing glands. Help hydrate and illuminate the area by applying a mask formulated with natural oat or aloe vera to soothe and hydrate the skin.

Editor’s pick: Love Nature Love Nature Creamy Mask Oat - Oat extract is rich in B vitamins which leave skin feeling soft and supple. this mask will help skin appear more luminous and moisturized.

Finish off by rinsing off and give your face a good rubdown. Massage helps increase blood circulation and absorption!

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Words by: Photographs by: Crosby / John Buddee