Are You Multi-Masking?
“A mask is a spa-like experience. Multi-masking forces you to cool down and relax while you wait for the treatment to work,” explains Tibby Olivier.
“During this downtime you can be kind to yourself, concentrate on your breathing and meditate. It’s only a few minutes but what a world of difference it does for your face and your health.”
Created in Korea, this trend involves applying several masks at the same time in different zones of the face to target the needs of each area. A way to personalise your beauty routine, multi-masking addresses our skin’s range of requirements since not every area has the same needs. For example, use a purifying mask (Maskerade Mask) on your t-zone, one for anti-ageing (Faith Lift Mask) on your cheeks and neck, and a soothing, fresh mask around the contour of the eyes (Faith Lift Eye) With this approach to masks, the possibilities are endless…