If you follow me on Instagram, you know I love masks. Thankfully, Koreans have a mask for everything. Face, neck, hands, chin… You name it, there’s a mask for it. 🙂
With the mask craze, you probably know that we should treat our skin to a mask once or twice a week. But did you know there’s a growing trend called multi-masking!
Multi-masking allows you to address the different needs of your skin at the same time by using multiple masks at the same time. By multi-masking, you’re multi-tasking! (Cheesy I know, but I couldn’t help it)
In the photos below, you can see that I’ve used 2 different types of clay masks to address my t-zone and dry areas.
Here comes the fun part… Take inventory of all your masks and see how you can make a perfect mask cocktail for your skin. I recently picked up Dr. Jart’s Dermaclear Trans-Foam Clay Trio pack and have been using it to multi-mask. The pack comes with 3 masks. One for calming sensitive skin, moisturizing and refreshing. You can purchase them separately too, but I chose the pack because I can use all 3 masks.
A trio of triple functioning wash-off clay masks that transform into a foaming cleanser upon application of water, each providing different skincare benefits while removing excess oil, cleaning pores, and exfoliating skin. These innovative, multiaction Trans-Foam Clay cleansers are applied like a clay mask but transform into a gentle foaming cleanser, removing makeup, absorbing oil, and detoxifying your skin. When splashed with water, the mineral-rich French clay lathers to a foam that brightens, tones, and removes dead skin cells for a fresh and healthy-looking complexion. Fine natural clay particles charged with hydrogen mineral water and other natural ingredients deeply cleanse pores and gently exfoliate. The clay comes in three colors: Calming White featuring calming chamomile to provide a mild and purifying effect; Moisturizing Pink featuring hydrating lotus flower extract to deliver a hydrating and purifying effect; and Refreshing Green featuring tea tree, eucalyptus, and lemongrass extract to control excess sebum and refresh. Available at Sephora for $35 (value of $45). Each available for $15.
- Calming WHITE Dermaclear Trans-foam Clay Mask: Mild purifying with French white clay and Chamomile calms sensitive skin
- Moisturizing PINK Dermaclear Trans-foam Clay Mask: Moist purifying with French pink clay and Lotus flower hydrates
- Refreshing GREEN Dermaclear Trans-foam Clay Mask: Fresh purifying with French green clay and Lemongrass helps control oil
In the photo below, I’ve marked my face into 2 sections: Green and Pink. I generally have dry skin, so the pink moisturizing mask is great for the majority of my skin. In the areas that get a little shiny/oily, I chose to use the green mask for oil control. Of course you can customize your mask areas to match the needs of your skin.
How to use Dr. Jart’s Dermaclear Trans-foam Clay Masks:
- Spread liberal amount on skin and let dry (three to five minutes).
- Apply warm water and rub in circular motion to transform the dried clay mask into a foam lather cleanser.
- Rinse off thoroughly with warm water and remove all residue.
Notice below how the dried clay mask starts to foam as I rinse it off. Pretty cool.
Overall thoughts: I typically shy away from drying clay masks because they can dry out my skin and can be difficult to wash off. With Dr. Jart’s Dermaclear Clay Masks, I didn’t have these issues. Not sure if it’s because the clay mask foams up, or if it’s because you only leave it on for a maximum of 5 minutes. Maybe its a little of both.
I hope you’ll give the multi-masking trend a try. It’s a lot of fun and very efficient! Like I said, by multi-masking… you’re multi-tasking. Who doesn’t like to multi-task?! 🙂
Please let me know what mask you’re enjoying!
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