Thursday, July 27, 2017
Multi-masking hacks for different types of skin
Nothing beats a classic clay mask. Benefits abound: They’re often natural, they offer quick results, they feel great on skin, and they’re practically made for easy at-home use.
And honestly, what other skin product can you actually see working—drying out to unclog and detox pores in a matter of minutes? Clay masks provide the better way to pamper your individual skin type and get worthwhile results.
And when used once or twice a week, a good clay mask can go a long way to draw out impurities, brighten dull, tired skin and, in the long term, help even breakouts.
But just like everything in your makeup bag, one size does not fit all, and a single type of face mask won’t address all your skin concerns. Realistically, every girl has a combination of different skin types; some girls are dry skin, but oily in the T-Zone; some are acne-prone, but also sensitive at the perimeter of the cheeks.
To effectively use clay masks, you need to target the application based on the skin concern of that one area. It may seem inconvenient to buy more than one clay mask, but this way you can create a more customized treatment for your skin.
Here’s how you can make full use of your clay mask on the different parts of your face.
ON YOUR T-ZONE
Our T-zone tends to be oilier, more prone to blockages and spots—it shines and develops impurities, as the sebaceous glands in this area of the face are especially active. So, you should carefully choose a care product that is specifically tailored for your skin type.
Try: L’Oréal’s Pure Clay Anti Pores Mask, it can help you remove your impurities, reduce blackheads and excessive sebum.
Most girls cheek area has some dark and dry spots. Switch to a mask that tackles dullness, rough texture, fine lines and wrinkles to energize the area.
Try: Choose a clay mask like L’Oréal Pure Clay Hydration Mask formulated with mineral rich Bentonite Clay to reduce your excessive facial oil to leave your skin soft, clear and purified.
The under eye area is the thinnest and most fragile skin on your face so you have to treat it delicately. It’s also the tattle tale that shows the most signs of being tired.
Try: L’Oréal’s Pure Clay Illuminating Mask, it contains exfoliating particles and lemongrass extract to leave skin clean and radiant!