What is Multi-Masking?

Have you heard?  There is this new thing called multi-masking.  It is where you apply different masks to different areas of your face depending on their skin needs.  Kind of a cool concept.  I decided I better give it a try to see how well it works.  Using a Facial Mask Brush (so much easier than using your fingers with little or no mess), I applied the Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask to my forehead and nose, the Ethiopian Honey Deep Nourishing Mask to my cheeks and, finally, the Chinese Ginseng and Rice Clarifying Polishing Mask to my chin.  It was such a weird experience to have my forehead get really dry and tight while my cheeks felt soft and hydrated.  I loved it.  For once I felt that the mask, or masks in this case, targeted my multiple skin needs and really made a difference. Multi-masking is a smart new way to treat your whole face…why didn’t we think of this before?

Multi-Masking | Ridgely's Radar

Multi-Masking | Ridgely's Radar

Multi-Masking | Ridgely's Radar

Multi-Masking | Ridgely's Radar

The Scoop on Multi-Masking | The Body Shop

Multi-Masking | Ridgely's Radar

to buy: The Body Shop Facial Masks and Brush

 

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