You know I said in Friday’s post that this would be a graduation post? Well I lied (no time to edit the pictures that I should’ve taken on graduation day, but I didn’t and actually took them yesterday). Instead you’re getting one of my back up posts! But it’s a good post, I promise.
I love a pamper, and no pamper is complete without a face mask. In fact, as I write this up I have a peel off mask on and I’m about to run myself a bath. However, I’m dealing with combination skin and some masks are perfect for parts of my face but not others, I have to use a variety. Multimasking is definitely my solution.
I have three go to masks which I reach for when I want to multimask. The first is the Una Brennan Superfacialist Rose Hydrate, which I apply across the majority of my face. My cheeks get particularly dry sometimes and need all the moisture they can get. Another mask I use, which I apply over my nose is the Quick Fix Facials Exfoliating Scrub Mask as I have the worst blackheads across my nose. Nothing seems to shift them, but I find that a good exfoliator really helps! Quick Fix Facials do a whole range of masks which are incredibly affordable (I have three) so if you’re on more of a budget you can definitely find an alternative to a high end mask from them. The final mask I reach for is the Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask which I used to be allergic to, but my skin somehow deals with it now. I use this on my chin and my forhead to unclog any pores that are lurking as here, and around my nose, are where I have the biggest pores.
Multimasking is the answer for combination skin, and I couldn’t recommend trying it out if you haven’t already. I always have a ridiculously large stash of face masks so I do switch it up every now and again but I always fall back into this routine.
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