Multi-Masking: The Latest Skincare Craze

Multi-masking is essentially using different types of face masks that are tailored specifically for your skin needs.

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We all have different skin types and skin conditions which makes sense to use different products for each area of our skin that we want to improve—and multi-masking accomplishes that. Multi-masking is the latest beauty trend to take over social media. Think of multi-masking as creating a custom treatment for the skin troubles unique to each part of your face. Instead of using one mask that may address only one issue, you’re putting different masks with different purposes on the areas where they’re needed most, all at the same time.

Sometimes it feels like we are in a constant battle with our skin—trying a million products to make sure it’s glowing but not oily, acne-free but not dry, hydrated but not sweaty.

A face mask is an integral part of a regular skin care regimen. Whether you’re looking to fill out fine lines, rehydrate parched skin or detox congested pores, face masks are the secret weapon that takes your results to a new level.

One mask is never enough. You have to layer your products for the best results and address all your different facial skin needs at once. This is the new Instagram skin care craze called #Multimasking

As the name suggests, it’s essentially using different types of masks that are tailored specifically for your needs. The results look like a cross between classic contouring and tribal war paint.

It is actually a common practice in Korea. For Koreans, masks are less of a rescue product to slap on misbehaving skin and more of a habitual and integrated part of skin-care maintenance. “You don’t put on a face mask because your skin is acting up; you put on a face mask because you want to keep it looking good.” If there’s one thing that the Koreans are proud of, it must be their beautiful skin. They have such flawless skin and for a good reason!

So applying just one mask all over doesn’t really cut it.

Think of multi-masking as a customized facial and the best part of doing multi-masking is the more mask you use the better the selfie to up your IG game!

Your multi-masking experience will all depend on your unique skin type…but here are a few suggestions:

Moroccan Mint Clayey Mask (60g)

The Moroccan Mint Clayey is a creamy, clay-based face mask. Rich in organic nutrients made to leave you with a dewy glow. Hibiscus to naturally lift and firm skin. Loaded with natural alpha hydroxy acids to gently exfoliate and improve skin’s texture. Doubles as an acne treatment too!

What it does: It naturally lifts and firms the skin.

Skin Type: acne-prone, loose

Application: Apply directly to skin and leave on for 5-8 minutes. Rinse and pat dry! That’s it!

Ingredients: Aqua. Moroccan Clay. French Green Clay. Kaolin Clay. VCO. Argan Oil. Cetyl Stearyl. Moroccan Mint. Moroccan Rose Essential Oil. Vitamin E. Collagen. Hibiscus Extract. Sodium Benzoate (Food Grade Preservatives).

French Blueberry Clayey Mask (60g)

The French Blueberry Clayey is a cream textured face mask made with a base of clays. A humble mask to leave you with a dewy glow. Clarifying and hydrating, French Blueberry Clayey will give your complexion an extra boost of vitamins.

What it does: For clarifying and hydrating the skin.

Skin Type: Acne-Prone, Dry & Dull

Application: Apply directly to skin and leave on for 5-8 minutes. Rinse and pat dry! That’s it!

Ingredients: Aqua. French Green Clay. Bentonite Clay. Kaolin Clay. VCO. Argan Oil. Cetyl Stearyl. Blueberries. Blueberry Essential Oil. Acai Berry Oil. Vitamin C.Vitamin E. Collagen. Sodium Benzoate (Food Grade Preservatives).

Pot of Pink Clayey Mask (60g)

The Pot of Pink Clayey is based on a combination of red and white clays. A creamy texture to spoil your skin. Pot of Pink Clayey is created to assist in balancing your complexion. Made to reduce redness and skin irritations.

What it does: It helps balance the complexion of your skin.

Skin Type: Uneven Complexion, Redness, Irritated Skin, Combination, Brightening

Application: Apply directly to skin and leave on for 5-8 minutes. Rinse and pat dry! That’s it!

Ingredients: Aqua. Pink Clay. Kaolin Clay. VCO. Cetyl Stearyl. Watermelon Extract. Tomato Extract. Vitamin E. Cherry Extract. Collagen. Lime Essential Oil. Sodium Benzoate (Food Grade Preservatives).

Black Tea Clayey Mask (60g)

The Black Tea Clayey is a creamy, clay-based face mask to detoxify. Rich in organic and active ingredients for a sultry glow. Black Tea Clayey digs deep as it attracts the toxins straight from your pores, then extracts. Tones and shrinks your pores, while reducing oil production.

What it does: It helps tone and shrink pores of your skin.

Skin Type: Oily, Moderate Acne Prone Skin, Combination

Application: Apply directly to skin and leave on for 5-8 minutes. Rinse and pat dry! That’s it!

Ingredients: Aqua. Bentonite. Activated Charcoal. Tea Tree Extract. Eucalyptus Essential Oil. Lemon Extract. Patchouli Extract. Witch Hazel Extract. Vitamin E. Collagen. Sodium Benzoate (Food-grade preservative).

But as ridiculous as it may look, it’s a trend that’s practical and yields major complexion benefits when done right. The benefit of multi-masking is that you deliver the right nutrients to the parts of the skin that need them. Plus, it saves time, so you don’t have to do multiple masks all in the same day.

These are just some of the clay masks I’m currently using; you can also mix other clay masks depending on your skin needs. Just be sure to strictly follow instructions on how to use the products. Always remember that skincare products are created differently and there are instructions on how to use them for a reason. So make sure to always follow them and when in doubt ask the brand where you got the product or feel free to send me a message on my social media channels.

All suggested face masks can be purchased at Rraw Philippines’ website or via Shopee. You can also follow them on Instagram for more updates about their latest skincare products.

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