Multimasking can seem like it’s more effort than it’s worth but actually, it makes a lot of sense…
For most of us, our T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) is oilier than our cheeks regardless of our skin type. For this reason, it’s best to use a clay-based mask here which is clarifying and purifying to help decongest pores. Herbal Lavender Repair Mask contains mineral-rich Kaolin which absorbs oils and impurities so is perfect for balancing out this area and any blemish-prone spots.
Meanwhile, your cheeks, which can be dry or sensitive, need a moisturising mask to rehydrate and nourish. uses a synergy of Mimosa and Honey Absolute, with extracts of Samphire, Orange and Bergamot to deliver an intense hydration boost.
Don’t forget your neck and jawline – this area is often neglected and needs some love and attention too. For an added shot of anti-ageing plumping, layer on Pro-Collagen Marine Mask . The luxurious texture of this mask restores moisture whilst firming and smoothing for a more youthful appearance.
For the eye area, a mask is needed that is gentle enough to treat the delicate skin. Most masks are too strong to be used on this fragile area but you shouldn’t shirk on cleansing and moisturising around the eyes. Use a specially formulated mask like Absolute Eye Mask. Nourishing and smoothing, this dynamic mask contains precious absolutes of Rose and Mimosa blended with Cornflower extract and Camellia oil to help counteract dullness and dehydration lines.