Mask Mapping: how to apply multiple face masks
Mask mapping involves using multiple masks on different areas of your face, rather than just one all over. Since most of us tend to have combination skin - think an oily T-zone, but dry cheeks - using multiple masks allow you to give your skin everything it's thirsty for in one pamper session. Genius!
HOW TO MASTER MASK MAPPING
Skin type: Oily or blemish-prone
Why: Willow bark, green clay and ginger extracts help unclog pores for a clearer, shine-free complexion
Where: Layer onto areas where blemishes crop up - think T-zone and chin
Skin type: Dry, sensitive or irritated
Why: Thanks to wild Australian superberries and resurrection flower extract, skin feels super soft and soothed. It's also great for calming sore or sunburned skin.
Where: Apply to dehydrated areas, such as your forehead and cheeks.
Skin type: Dull or ageing
Why: Electric daisy extract helps tighten skin and minimise fine lines, while turmeric and clay promote a brighter, more youthful-looking complexion.
Where: Target areas that are prone to ageing - think your neck, forehead and eye area.
Our range of freshly made, 100% natural masks, each of which target a particular skin concern, are perfect for mask mapping! Whether your skin craves moisture, longs to be brighter, or is in need of a blemish-banishing remedy, we've got you covered.
Should You Apply Face Mask Before Or After Shower?
Next time you go to apply a face mask, pop for a shower before. The steam and water work wonders to open up your pores, making a shower the perfect preparation and ensuring a deep cleanse.
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